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    Style of perfume

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    Popular Notes

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    Fan Your Flames

    by Nishane Istanbul

    Fan Your Flames is a woody-gourmand fragrance released in 2016 by the Turkish fragrance house, Nishane. The scent is inspired by the fragrance of flavored tobacco wafting from a Turkish nargile, or hookah. The name of this sweet coconut, rum and tobacco concoction comes from a quotation by the 13th-century Persian poet, scholar and Sufi mystic, Rumi: "Set your life on fire. Seek those who fan your flames."

    NOTES: Coconut, rum, tobacco, tonka bean, oakmoss, Chinese cedar


    Price:
    $195.00



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    1. Masterpiece 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 8th Mar 2017

      Nothing to say, other than this is one of the best smells I have ever experienced. Bravo.


    2. Fan Your Flames 1 Star Review

      Posted by on 25th Aug 2016

      Starts off as a sweet, silky mix of tonka, rum and coconut over a bed of dry, earthy oakmoss and Chinese cedar that gives off a powdery sandalwood impression to me.

      The whole thing turns very baby powdery and dry on me after about fifteen minutes, with hints of sweet suntan lotion coconut, gritty tobacco and a clean smell that keeps making me think of the scent of fresh notebook paper.

      Notebook paper, baby powder, suntan lotion coconut, and cigarette smoke & ash. I find this kind of nauseating.