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It calms me to think that we still got Aromatics Elixir and Black Orchid I thought Angel did'nt smell the same on me any more thought it was my age :) and that my sense of smell has changed since the menopause ha ha , so have now changed to the EDT which I love but I do agree that the old Angel should come back. :( As for the reformulation: they should also have renamed it since this new perfume is not the 1992 Angel any more – just reminding the awards’ winner. To protect customers from the alleged risks, as the modern legislation requires, there just should be a label saying, for instance "May cause respiratory issues" like they have to stick on cigarette packets. I am so glad Fragrantica exists as many people would be wasting their money on re-formulated rubbish. That's what everybody (including me) was talking about at the time. Not everyone around me liked it but I loved it but never bought the full bottle as I was more interested in Givenchy Organza Indecence.no more, although I do have my second little bottle of it..adorable. It would be so cool to see what the listed notes were 10 years ago! 2017 off of Wayback Machine: Top notes are melon, coconut, mandarin orange, cassia, jasmine, bergamot and cotton candy; middle notes are honey, apricot, blackberry, plum, orchid, peach, jasmine, lily-of-the-valley, red berries and rose; base notes are tonka bean, amber, patchouli, musk, vanilla, dark chocolate and caramel.
Take no offense: I have never been on team Angel (I am more into Alien). I came across Angel in Debenhams in the 1990s so I realise now that it was the ORIGINAL formulation. So, imagine my dismay when I look at the notes for Angel on Fragrantica, only to find that the re-formulated version has no chocolate in it whatsoever. This perfume is the winner of award Fi Fi Award Hall Of Fame 2007. EDIT: Wayback shows the change in notes at least by July. I tried it in Macy's or somewhere a couple years ago, when my perfume hobby was still pretty new, and the patch in it went straight toothpaste on me, and I wrote it off.
And it's not just a reformulation, it's a complete scent change! I love this fragrance, and I get compliments from both men and women when I wear it.
I don't know if it's just me, but the pineapple (which I had to think about), patchouli, spice, and chocolate makes my nose almost tingle when I smell it.
I haven't tried this version but it's difficult to imagine Angel without those 14 notes. I had an opportunity to get a 50ml for a steal, so I snapped it up on impulse.
I love swapping, so I don't see any perfume purchase as particularly risky. A bright, fruity opening followed up by cacao and patchouli, which is admittedly still somewhat minty, but less so than I had previously experienced.
Angel by Mugler is a Oriental Vanilla fragrance for women. Angel was created by Olivier Cresp and Yves de Chirin.
Now I get there faster, but I wouldn't want to miss the nuclear projection of Angel. It is just another case of customers' deception, keeping the name "Angel" when the flask does not contain the said product. And 50 (keeping voting) people voted for Nutmeg in the notes? Sorry for the dramatic rant but its just upsetting to see one of the perfume I really love change so much just to pander to being another generic crowd pleaser instead of staying it's true original work of art for the sake of money It looks like the notes were changed here on Fragrantica sometime between Feb. For some reason, Wayback only has 4 captures and only for 2017.
We already have office appropriate-inoffensive and crowd pleaser scents (Gabrielle, Miss Dior 2017 etc) we don't need anymore of those. If someone sneezes because of it, they should avoid sniffing it, I think. I have just been looking for Angel samples on Ebay and I am so glad I didn't buy any, judging by the latest reviews on here. I only sprayed a tiny bit of it on me (at dinner-time during my break from working in a stuffy office) and it lasted all afternoon. I suppose it's possible that Fragrantica changed the web address on the Angel review page. The first Angel review here on Fragrantica was posted in Aug 2007.
I'd be the first person to tell you that this scent does not agree with my skin.
It's harsh and overbearing and it just honesty smells like B. But, I can see why this fragrance has a cult following.
All I smell is a combination of a dirty patchouli, a tad more muted than the original with honeyed undertones and a bubblegummy jasmine.