Pichola is a unisex perfume, and according to the promotional material it is:
“Inspired by history, culture, nature and modern life in India”.
It was released in 2015 and was created with Bertrand Duchaufour. The fragrance was named after Lake Pichola which is situated in Udaipur city in the state of Rajasthan, India.
The bottle is tall, elegant, and has a regal air. It is tapered to the base, and ridged, and the shape reminds me of a proud woman.
Opening notes: Juniper, magnolia, cardamom, cinnamon, saffron, neroli, clementine, and bergamot.
Middle notes: Rose, orange blossom, tuberose, jasmine, and ylang-ylang.
Base notes: Sandalwood. benzoin, sandalwood, and vetiver.
Juniper has a wonderful quality of being strongly spicy but with a sharp, clean edge. It produces a vivacious fresh experience. That sums up the whole of this beautiful perfume, a fresh experience, and a journey to a wide open mental space with glorious flowers and oriental woods adorning your mind.
Occasions: This works for any occasion.
Seasons: This transcends all seasons.
Rating: Silver medal.
Price: Extremely expensive.