So, normally I do incense reviews, but today, I’m going to do something new.
I’m going to do a review for Mediterranean Fig Spray Perfume by Pacifica.
Historically, I haven’t been a big fan of Pacifica perfume, but a friend of mine let me sample some of this Mediterranean Fig Spray Perfume because they know I like incense, and fragrances in general.
I thought this perfume wasn’t to bad.
Generally, I really like the scent of figs.
This perfume has a slightly fruity scent, with a deep base which really balances out it’s overall fragrance.
I would say this perfume lasts about 6 to 8 hours, depending on how much is sprayed, as well as personal olfactory senses.
In this perfume, Pacifica uses a green fig, which definitely adds a green tang to the scent profile.
Although the initial notes are citrus, I would consider this perfume quite ‘woodsy’ and perhaps with a bit of oakmoss.
The fig is noticeable, but may be a bit light for some.
The first note I experienced was a warm citrus smell.
Although the fig scent is noticeable, even at first, it smells like there may be notes of another fruit as well.
In the middle of the fragrance is of course, green fig, but it is a little shadowed by the other notes in the perfume.
Some people may like a stronger fig scent, while others may like this for it’s slight complexity.
I also sense a light bouquet of bergamot.
The obvious bottom notes include sandalwood, oakmoss, and clove.
Overall, I would give this a 6/10.
I am giving it this score, because I presume if you were to purchase this, you must like the smell of green fig.
Obviously, if you didn’t like the scent of figs, then you probably wouldn’t like this perfume.
Pacifica also makes a solid perfume version, which I’ve actually heard smells even better, but I haven’t come into contact with it yet.
While this probably not as descriptive as my incense reviews, since I don’t have as much experience with perfume, as I do incense, I hope you enjoyed my review anyway.