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Fields of Rubus

by Kerosene

Fields of Rubus opens with a thick, sweet, jammy blast of raspberry and patchouli. As it settles, the raspberry essence softens, as the vanilla, musk and woods unfold and envelope the host in a warm blanket of pleasantries.

NOTES: Raspberry, plum, apple, tobacco wood, musk, vanilla, sandalwood, cedar, patchouli



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  1. Fields of Rubus. 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Sep 2018

    Opens up with strong notes of patchouli, sandalwood and tobacco. Very smokey opening. Lingering subtle afternotes of berry and sweetness, but not too much vanilla. Mellows out after a while with more musk and sweetness from the fruit.
    A lovely perfume, but I am more partial to gourmand and sweeter scents and this has a very heavy woody musk when sprayed on my skin.
    Would recommend for people who are more interested in the patchouli rather than the raspberry.

  2. OVER THE BERRY PATCH and THROUGH the WOODS... 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Feb 2017

    Besides the thick berry opening, which eventually blends into the composition, I got a slightly spicy, woody note. I enjoyed the spiciness while it lasted. Rubus isn't your usual, run-of-the-mill berry blast with some patch thrown in. Yes, the berry is intense in the opening, but it does tone down. I will add that the berry, woods and patchouli is very well measured and gives other perfumers a new patch path to take. With time, there's a warming in the blend between the woods and the patch in the dry down. You should certainly sample Fields of Rubus. It's a wonderful journey to walk through. Great longevity.

  3. Stunning 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Aug 2016

    I have been a perfume lover for more years than I care to mention. This perfume as well as all the scents in this fabulous line are exceptional and beautiful. Upon the first spray of this I literally gasped..because it was so completely fantastic. The fruit and patchouli mix is done to perfection and the result is a scent that is as unique as it is beautiful. A lot of niche fragrance can be said to be unique but not necessarily absolutely bewitching. This scent is both and if you are a lover of scents that are both exquisite and unique you owe it to yourself to try this masterpiece!

  4. Fields of Rubus. 2 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Aug 2016

    Intensely sweet raspberry jam and cigar smoke. I like gourmands, but this is too sweet and fruity for me. It stays a strong, sugared raspberry jam for hours.

  5. a keeper 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th Jun 2015

    The whole concept of Kerosene resonates with me. I like the label. The bottle. And particularly the scent.

    Rubus has a very wearable . Sweet and mechanic's garage.

  6. Fleeting memories 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Jun 2015

    The patchouli seems quite like a dust cloud to me and it floats for a while and gently settles onto the sweet fruity vanilla. As an evocation of the perfume's name it really does create the sensation of standing in a field of berries, however there are no brambles around the fruit, and imaginary fields of Rubus need to have more prickles and dirt than the patchouli supplies, somehow, at least in my mind. It is light on my skin, like a hazy hour of a sunny afternoon, soon to become a fleeting memory. More poignant melancholy than joyfulness. I've found Fields Of Rubus useful to layer with other perfumes, but don't like to give it solo outings.

  7. TRY FIRST.... 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Jul 2014

    Its OKAY---the scent is well done but on me too much patch and a very smokey wood/musk,that is not my style. I was hoping for more of a deep mulled fruit aroma,but it is an interesting fragrance...

  8. Don't necessarily be deterred if you don't like 'fruity' ... 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Apr 2014

    Absolutely phenomenal scent, with true depth and true heft that makes most other thick, rick scents pale in comparison. While it initially reads as a slightly animalic amber, perhaps because of the vanilla, it is indeed a patchouli scent, yet not your typical take on the note, not dirty, not cloyingly heady, not head-shoppy, not even airy and translucent and wafty, but like a thick, resinous blanket, with a sense of wisdom and comofrt from the cedar, tobacco and sandalwood, which temper the sweetness. Fruit? Raspberry? Thick, liqueur-y jam made into a fruit leather so concentrated it is almost black. Not a modern tutty-fruity or an Angel-like gourmand. An utterly swoon-worthy fragrance; it will call you to smell yourself again and again. The construction transcends the notes with brilliance. The most transcendent bottom end from the greatest player on the most expensive stereo. The colour of the bottle only hints at the depths within. Truly, redefines depth in fragrance, casts a whole new light on the use of patchouli and the use of fruit notes. Simply glorious.