Paco Rabanne Olympea Eau De Parfum

BY Paco Rabanne
4.6/5
    5 Reviews

Product Description

Paco Rabanne Olympea Eau De Parfum is inspired by the idea of a modern Greek goddess who evokes divinity. It is a composition of salty and floral notes. This perfume opens with fresh notes of green mandarin, an aquatic pinch of water jasmine and spicy ginger lily. Salted vanilla rules its heart while sandalwood, cashmere, and ambergris comprise its base note. This perfume comes in an iconic circular glass bottle with rose gold details and a crystal on the cap.

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PROS

Not overpowering

Long-lasting fragrance

Gorgeous packaging

Suitable for daily wear

CONS

Expensive

Suitable for regular use
5/5

PROS

Not overpowering

Long-lasting fragrance

Gorgeous packaging

Suitable for daily wear

CONS

Expensive


Olympea isn't the scent of a conceived goddess; this god was picked for significance. The primary splash slings our courageous woman from earth into the stratosphere, with a brilliant and enthusiastic (yet smooth) string of delicious, simply matured green mandarin. After this underlying experience, Olympea subsides into her heavenly surroundings rapidly, liquefying into an unmistakable mark: an exceptionally noticeable, extremely delightful salted vanilla accord. This, together with an essential combination of ginger lily (fire) and hydroponic jasmine (water), makes a convincing story that is at the same time crisp and wrapping, delicate and shapely. It's totally and absolutely interesting, and amazing in a surprising manner. Over two years really taking shape, this abnormal mixed drink of notes is the brainchild of perfumers Loc Dong, Dominique Ropion and long-term Paco Rabanne associate, Anne Flipo. Loc, specifically, as often as possible likes to play upon restricting universes. In Olympea, each feature is tested with its inverse: velvety vanilla tempered with salt, the combination of unobtrusive warmth and florally in ginger lily, and jasmine developed in water to wipe out any hint of heartiness. It makes the creation feel actually very unique notwithstanding its oriental character. There are no nearby correlations with Olympea that spring to mind, and as I compose I'm understanding that that is very uncommon, as I do love to pinpoint olfactory parallels. I feel echoes of a l