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    Mown

    by Hendley Perfumes

    Languid breeze. Season's swathe. Harvest Moon. 

    Mown is late summer's memory of cut grasses, ripened blooms, sun-warmed leaves, cured roots and plush moss.

    NOTES: Chamomile, hay absolute, champaca, dried fruits, tobacco, orris butter, moss, ambrette


    Price:
    $52.00



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    Product Reviews

    1. Complex and pleasant, masculine 4 Star Review

      Posted by on 2nd Jun 2020

      Mown is a multi-layered fragrance which does evolve over time, in a one-note-added-atop-another sort of way, which builds. None of the notes really disappear as the next ones bloom.

      The first impression I got was dried-fruit sweetness, mostly like a fig type of smell, with hay underneath, and possibly the tobacco.

      After about the first 5 minutes, the sweetness was covered over a bit by hay and dried grasses. Not too long after that, this fragrance starts its masculine-leaning evolution.

      It evolved into a kind of traditionally masculine smelling cologne, which became the part that projected most, while the hay/grass notes stay nearer to the skin. But the traditional masculine smell I refer to, I'm having trouble pinpointing and naming in any individual notes. Suffice to say that my impression was that this fragrance wants to be niche, at first, but evolves into something much more cliché and traditionally masculine, while still remaining interesting.

      I didn't quite make it to the full drydown, possibly, because I did remove it after about 25-30 minutes, only because I didn't want to go around the rest of the day smelling like a guy.

      It would be a nice fragrance on a man I was attracted to; just not personally for me.


    2. honey 4 Star Review

      Posted by on 28th Nov 2017

      It has a honey vibe