Rose Ispahan by Yves Rocher offers a filiation with Yves Rocher Ispahan in as much as it seems to belong to the same soft-oriental family. Little information is forthcoming however as the scent is discontinued. The Rose of Ispahan or Isfahan is a varietal of rose also called Pompon des Princes.
Rose Ispahan, it turns out, is indeed a pompon-y perfume, evocative of the very texture of the rose after which it was named. Imagine a downy comforter metaphorically filled with rose petals instead of goose down, vanilla beans, and amber, maybe some yellow peaches.....
The perfume offers a quilted texture and feels like a little puffy cloud of sweet gentle things hovering above the skin. One wants to put one's finger in it to see if it will make a dimple.
The rose here is modest, more on the edible side, honeyed, chocolate-y -- a gourmand comforting Rose Ganache or Rose Cocoon for people who would feel too self-conscious about bringing their blankees along with them in public.
For a similar effect minus the rose, Yves Rocher Néonatura Cocoon is a great regressive chocolate fragrance by the same brand, which is easily available.
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