Flowers spiked with grit. This is the Dirty Flower Factory machine, made up of jasmine, rose, orange blossom, spiced with pepper and grounded with musk and ambergris. A scent for those that don't want to smell pretty all the time.
NOTES: Jasmine, rose, orange blossom, peppercorns, chili pepper, sandalwood, ambergris, musk
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Posted by Ella on 11th Jan 2017
This is truly a statement fragrance. If you're a lover of huge bombastic florals, harkening back to vintage, pre-reformulations, this one is for you! Very unique, spicy jasmine. Leans more feminine, but it would work on a confident man. Not for the faint-hearted. Just wonderful.
Posted by Taylor on 4th Nov 2016
Perhaps it's a reflection on my body chemistry, but this scent gave me a headache. I thoroughly expected I would love Dirty Flower Factory given my passion for the ingredients listed, but this was a scrubber for me.
On first spray I get powerful projection and am overwhelmed by a cherry cough syrup scent. As it settles, I can smell the slight muskiness of jasmine, and it reminds me a bit of Le Labos Jasmine. I found it most pleasant at that stage. After hours of wear, I catch whiffs of muddled flowers and syrup. It's sweet and never seems to dissipate.
Sadly this was not my favorite from Kerosene.
Posted by Flower Muse on 19th Sep 2016
I love all of the flower notes in this fragrance, the jasmine, rose, orange blossom, the down on my skin is heavenly, as a result of the musk, ambergris, peppers and sandalwood. It a gorgeous skin scent on me. In LOVE and will be purchasing my own bottle. Thanks to the creator at Kerosene for the incredible perfume.
Posted by michelle marie on 23rd Aug 2016
The name for this is inspired as this is exactly what I would imagine a Dirty Flower Factory would smell like. This is an in your face kind of fragrance but in a fantastic way. It is gorgeous but in a unique way, because it is so memorable. The flower notes are there but the pepper and musk take them from the everyday average floral to a statement floral..and that makes all the difference. This perfumer is an artist and it is evident in all of his otherworldly and truly beautiful fragrances.
Posted by dbelt on 11th Feb 2015
I can't believe nobody else has reviewed this yet...because you're really missing out! The first thing you should know is that I ordered this unsniffed--that's right, it was a total blind buy, but I was drawn in by the reviews stating that this had enormous sillage and incredible lasting power. Boom. That's all I needed to hear! After several test runs, I'm happy to report that it does not disappoint in that regard. Just a couple of spritzes easily last all day and I can still smell it when I'm getting in the shower at night, and if I don't wash my hair it will smell like this until I do. My closet is now scented with Dirty Flower Factory because there's a scarf in there that I wore the first time I tried it. That's what I'm *talking* about--why can't we have more fragrances like this?!? As for the scent, when I first ripped open the bag and inhaled deeply, I swooned. This puts the "flower" in the name, all right--it's big, and it's bold, and boy, is it floweredy. (Or, as my grandmother would have said, "flairdy.") I find myself comparing this fragrance to the original Dior Poison; it's not that they smell alike, because they really don't, but it's more that they have the same in-your-face attitude. This is a floral, but it's an aggressive floral. The "dirty" part doesn't take the form of actual dirt, so if you're expecting to get notes of damp earth or something like that you will probably be disappointed. Things actually start off pretty cleanly and it's a little confusing until you get to the drydown, which is hands-down the best part. That's where it starts getting grittier and sexier and--dare I say it--trashier. It's awesome. My husband even commented on how great it smelled. If you're tired of light, tinkly petal scents or smelling like laundry detergent, then grab a bottle of Dirty Flower Factory. Just when I was starting to despair that nobody makes perfumes like that anymore, I found...this. I'm in love.