PACHULÍ KOZHA is a voluptuous composition of patchouli, leather and incense. A final touch of honey balances the mixture.
NOTES: Hyacinth, ylang armoise, chamomile, patchouli, black pepper, leather, honey, incense
Posted by JBS1 on 7th Feb 2017
On first spray, you'll notice an amber. This may be from the honey, but it's not sweet. Right after that you'll notice a somewhat bright camphor, that could be from the patchouli, but that fades as fast as it starts. The amber now reaffirms it's dominance, followed with heaping handfuls of spice that is centered in the middle. As the two dry up somewhat, but are still very present, a smoke starts to kindle. As for the name, I looked up Kozha. In Russian dialects, it means "leather, pelt, skin." In Afghanistan, it means "skin,hide." I myself didn't notice a leather. I also see this as a different take on patchouli. I would like to add that Nishane Istanbul's Pachuli Kozha lasts a considerably long time with very good sillage.
Posted by Tania on 17th Oct 2016
I wanted to love this. I do love patchouli and am a huge fan of honeyed patchoulis, but this is a very dry, flat patchouli on me, with no real sweetness to it. It sort of reminds me of dry, sharp cedar, oakmoss and dried out earth. A little bit of smoky leather & incense in the drydown, but mostly that sharp, dry, bland patchouli.
Posted by Tania on 4th Aug 2016
This is a heavy cloak of patchouli, leather, incense and honey, and I love it. The patchouli and honey are great together, sticky-sweet and earthy, with the incense adding a warm smokiness and the leather showing up dark and heavy in the drydown. Dark, strong and sexy.
Posted by Leisajetcollins on 28th Oct 2015
If incense is your thing this perfume is for you. Strong release then dry down to subtle sexy scent. One of my favourites from this perfume house.