Caesar’s Woman, created by Caesar’s World of Caesar’s Palace (Caesar’s World 1988) is a wild, heady, thick 1980’s floral with a surprising clean, crispness. Strong notes of Egyptian Jasmine, mimosa, orange blossom and tuberose te dominate this opulent perfume and it can only be worn in small amounts. I applied a moderate amount to one wrist and was projecting scent at the same level for hours as I would usually with several heavy applications of perfume applied over and over again. It’s a very potent fragrance.
In the late drydown all the energetic floral bursts dim down to a sweet sandalwood, but it’s still a vibrant scent. Caesar’s Woman may have been created with the inspiration of ancient grandeur, but I think, in my estimation, it’s truly a “1980’s fragrance” with a lot of charm. If you’re ready for something powerful this is the scent for you…
Top notes: orange blossom, bergamot, rose and Egyptian jasmine. Middle notes: tuberose, geranium, lily-of-the-valley, orris root and mimosa. Base notes: patchouli, sandalwood and musk.
Oh boy. This week has been… a little zippy. How has your week been?
More later. 🙂