DSquared2 Potion ~ new fragrance

DSquared2 Potion fragrance

DSquared2 will launch Potion, a new fragrance for men, in September. Potion is described as "the scent of seduction" and is fronted by model Diego Miguel.

Potion is an aromatic woody amber fragrance developed by perfumer Annick Menardo; notes include mint, angelica, thyme, gentian, cinnamon, cashmere wood, patchouli, amber and musk.

DSquared2 Potion will be available in 30, 50 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum. (via moodiereport, parfumerie.nl)

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  1. Anne from Makeupwoot says:

    The mint and cinnamon make my ears perk up in curiosity, and I’m loving the fact that it’s going to be released in the oh-so-rare-for-mens-fragrances EDP formulation. I’ll be interested in giving this a sniff.

  2. thenoseknows says:

    DING!!!!!!!!!!! Love It Already!

  3. fragnut says:

    Got a sample of this from Douglas while in Germany. Very nice scent. The cinnamon is subtly noticeable in the beginning, but not too spicy. Will buy the bottle when it comes out.

  4. birdboy48 says:

    This stuff also comes as a perfume oil, in a little 15ml bottle with an eyedropper. If you search around on the web you should be able to find a picture of this form of the release.

    As of the above date, even the EDP seems to be in limited distribution here in the US, and at this point in time, heaven only knows where normal people might find a sample.

    The latest thing from Annick Menardo, so I’m hoping it turns out to be a likeable if quirky success.

  5. lucasai says:

    I tried it yesterday as it showed in douglas perfumeries.

    Wonderful fragrance mixture. Warm, cozy, stays close to the skin.

    Lasts long (can smell it on my shirt after a day and could trace it on my hand even after a shower)

    This one goes on my buy-to list

  6. platinum14 says:

    I tried the EDT and loved it.
    However, having read comments an various sites about it’s very short staying power, I opted to shell out for the EDP version instead. Not great!
    The EDP is gone within seconds! (on my skin at least) It does reappears a few hours later–even the next morning– but I totally missed out on the top notes.
    I did the only logical thing…. I went back and bought the EDT also.

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