Calypso's Chevrefeuille starts with a sharp burst of bergamot, and calms to a very soft, summery blend of orange blossom and honeysuckle. It is less of a soliflore than the Annick Goutal, and the brightness of the floral notes is tempered by the amber and musk, so this is a warmer, softer, slightly sweeter fragrance, with just a touch of green.
It is a very pretty fragrance, and the lasting power is good. I have tried layering the Calypso with the Annick Goutal, but the result was surprisingly unpleasant, like a high school chemistry experiment gone bad.
The Calypso line is reasonably priced (about $50 for 100 ml). For availability, see the listing for Calypso under Perfume Houses.
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