September No. 9 is like orange juice on sandalwood. It's a fragrant composition made from nine different notes for the ninth month of the year - September. The perfume features fruity orange top notes and a delicate floral heart, which precede the woody notes to come. Once the initial blast of woods subsides, it's revealed that the whole structure of the scent serves only one purpose: to set the scene for a fruity-floral-sandalwood Javanol!
Posted by Unknown on 11th Aug 2016
Similar to Borobudur, but not as bad, in my opinion. Baby powder and sweet, artificial, orange flavored syrup. Simple and flat.
Posted by Phoebe on 4th Mar 2015
Somewhere, while researching this fragrance on line, I read that it smelled like an orangesicle. So due to the power of suggestion, that's what I smell mainly. Very sweet, artificial orange with a wood popsicle stick. But, it is a fun, summery, nostaligic scent and definitely worth trying out!