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Anne Pliska is a signature perfume launched back in 1987 as oriental. Its main notes are vanilla, orange, geranium, bergamot, patchouli, amber and musk. This sophisticated and sexy fragrance is dedicated to a confident woman who knows what she wants. She is successful in everything she does - the world is under her feet!

The perfume is available as 60ml EDP and 7,5ml pure perfume, as well as body care lotion 200ml.

Fragrance Notes

Amber Orange Patchouli Musk Vanilla Bergamot Geranium

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Anne Pliska Fragrance Reviews

ANNAFRYS
ANNAFRYS

One time spray is enough. Very sweet and powdery very sexy...I can imagine Joan Collins wearing it .. if she would launched this one I woudn't be surprised ..reminds me love scenes she had with Dex in Dynasty...

But well we are here 2015 and yes I got it in LuckyScent. I must say I fall in love with a sample I ve got..and this is amazing size and way you applying it to your skin...sexy ..little doze on your finger tip in enough...I really like first 5-7 min..smells sexy..flirting...come and get me...The dry down is very heavy and vintage for me.
I like to stop and sniff my sample or bottle I like to spray my closet once and feel feminine vibes...

If I apply it in my room on my skin It makes me sleepy...I fall asleep 4 times already after application.

Did someone experienced it as well?

I am wonder what note makes me....this way.

Oct
03
2015
AveParfum
AveParfum

I was looking for a replacement for the warm and cozy L de Lolita by Lolita Lempicka, which was discontinued some time ago, and I certainly found it in Anné Pliska. I have the parfum concentration, but there is also an EdP. The parfum comes in a tiny etched crystal bottle with stopper, and it's beautifully presented in a gold box tied with pink ribbon. What a girly treat!

The scent itself is a gorgeous vanillic amber laced with incense and a hint of bitter orange that lasts for hours, just like L de Lolita. I find the scent of bitter orange to be irresistible. There is no hint of anything synthetic or chemical. In fact this is one of the smoothest amber-based perfumes I have ever smelled, and it makes me wonder about the percentage of natural ingredients. It seems high. The quality is outstanding. I understand this rather obscure perfume has quite the cult following, allowing its production to continue for years. That's quite a testament, as perfume houses often can not survive on the sales of only one perfume release.

Anné Pliska is the perfect perfume for just about all women. It is fine enough for a special occasion, cozy enough to wear under a sweater on a chilly night at home, and definitely sexy enough for romance. Sillage is great, and longevity is commendable as well. This is one perfume that vanilla lovers should not pass up.

Jul
08
2015
rschmidt65
rschmidt65

See that picture of amber that fragrantica uses for the amber note? Well what I smell is that big ole chunk of amber in the picture surrounded by some wisps of incense and vanilla. It's lovely, very sweet and sexy but I have to be careful not to get too close or sniff too hard because then it's just that big amber boulder clonking me in the nose.

May
19
2015
ginnywho
ginnywho

A couple of people have asked me if I'm wearing Obsession when I wear this one. I enjoy this scent but don't find it particularly remarkable. My husband is the one who does backflips when I wear it, so when I feel frisky enough to chase the old goat around the couch and into the boudoir, I'll spritz a bit of this on. Works every time.

Feb
05
2015
geekgoddess
geekgoddess

After the very strange first few minutes that smell just a little like salty play-doh mixed with vanilla, Anne Pliska seems to get back on track and shift into a beautiful vanilla amber. It is a little citrusy, but more like bergamot than oranges, and there is a maple syrup note that sometimes pops up out of nowhere and then quickly fades out again. It lasts a long time and projects well without being overwhelming, and costs less than most other niche frags. It is a little old-fashioned, but NOT in a musty dated sort of way, or maybe it just seems that way to me because it has a stronger personality and is more complex than modern fragrances (especially watery fruitchoulis and candy scents). I wish more people would make perfume like this!

Dec
21
2014
deborahmorais
deborahmorais

I'm not a fan of oriental fragrances, so obviously this isn't for me. There's a light hint of vanilla, not sickly sweet. Not my taste but I can definitely see someone else wearing this and smelling nice. Nothing surprising, just nice. It doesn't smell like something modern and new to me, actually quite old, but I don't mean that in a bad way.
Edit: After many hours wearing this I actually liked it. It was a hot windy day and I kept smelling something nice and wasn't sure what was it, but it was the perfume. I still don't think I would buy it, because I'm really trying to buy just fragrances I'm absolutely crazy about. But there you go, after a few hours this is much much better on the skin.

Sep
17
2014
rickyrebarco
rickyrebarco

This scent smelled familiar and comforting from the first time I tried it and it is the same each time I spray it on. It reminds me of Guerlain Shalimar with just a touch of Dana Tabu (just a touch, mind you, don't be put off by this comparison). It also has all the good stuff that the original Calvin Klein Obsession had without those overpowering notes.

Anne' Pliska is an ambery, deep and smoky vanilla fragrance with the addition of orange and a bit of bergamot to the smoky vanilla. As it develops a big patchouli note comes on strong with the musk and gives it a heady sillage and longevity. There are maybe 5 minutes in the early development where I get a whiff of a bitter orange gentleman's scent, but that is momentary and fleeting. As the scent dries down some lovely wood notes emerge as well, giving it excellent depth.

This perfume is my definition of a sexy "all woman" fragrance. It's warm, has good sillage and some spice that says "I'm deep, dark and intriguing and you know you want more...." But it's a ladylike sexy, not skanky at all. It is suggestive, not in your face.

If you are an oriental fragrance lover, definitely give this one a try. I know I'm glad I did!

May
12
2014
ultracat
ultracat

I sometimes want to tell people about Anné Pliska in person, but because of the accent on the "e" I'm never sure how to pronounce it. Is it Anne/Ann, or Ahh-nay? However you say it, this is a really spicy grown-up Oriental. Starts off with a velvety dark combo of vanilla and amber with a little bitter orange on top. The orange gets less juicy, more bitter in the drydown, and the whole scent ends up hot and spicy and patchouli. Despite all the orange and vanilla, this is neither sweet not gourmand. It's warm and sexy - womanly, not girly. I like this scent more the older I get (I'm 41 now). Nice sillage, lasts a long time.

Oct
01
2013
oldnose
oldnose

Very interesting and different, but I agree with Sassy1 about the salty play-doh in the middle. It is not a fragrance I could wear, but I am drawn to the creativity of this unique fragrance.

Jul
25
2013
antfarm
antfarm

When first applied to my skin it smelled like birch beer, which was interesting. Then it morphed into a gorgeous, rich, spicy amber...then fifteen minutes later it smelled like a very masculine creamsicle that eventually turned into pure patchouli.

Feb
19
2013
Anywho
Anywho

Booze in a bottle. Lethal in the subtropical climate of the Southern Hemisphere. I got it because I read a favourable review by Tania Sanchez in the Perfume Guide. I can see the likeness with Obsession, as others have, plus oozes and oozes of booze. Anne Pliska would probably be a great choice for a night out clubbing in cooler climates but could prove fatal anywhere else.

Jan
27
2013
Sassy1
Sassy1

Anne Pliska is a creamy orange amber beauty. It reminds me of the Leighton painting Flaming June...a girl sleeping in a swirl of tangerine gauze on a greek marble bench with the ocean in the background.

I must agree though, there is a definate hint of salty play-doh to it in the middle along with something that reminded me of soft fresh bread. Kind of odd but I found myself drawn in by it rather than repulsed.

Overall, AP radiates the feeling of languishing comfort and easy elegance. This is what the best parts of Obsession used to smell like.

If it wasn't so expensve and hard to find I would wear it all the time.

Jan
26
2013
Eos
Eos

This is a pretty straightforward vegetal amber scent with the most prominent notes being labdanum, patchouli, and geranium. Not for fans of sugary sweet perfumes. Its warm and spicy with a resemblance to Obsession minus some of the powdery sweetness of the latter. Nice but not full bottle worthy. Thanks to smile4thecamera for the chance to try this one out!

Nov
18
2012
smile4thecamera
smile4thecamera

Maybe I got a bad sample vial, but when I put this on I felt like someone slapped me in the face, shoved ben-gay up my nostrils and then stuck a big lump of play-dough under my nose. Holy Cow! I can erase Anne Pliska off my test list now. I've tested it. Not full bottle worthy for me at all.

Oct
26
2012
lmktacwa
lmktacwa

I just applied my Lucky Scent sample... and oh yes, this IS a kissing cousin (or perhaps sister?) of Obsession in its middle development. No it doesn't have the deep earthy complexity, or the bracing green herbal va-va-voom opening...and no, it does not end up like musky Obsession either. But they do smell related in a wafting, ethereal way during the dry down flow of this wonderful perfume.

In fact the opening is a bit oriental like Kenzo Flower Oriental in that it is light, and reminiscent, to my nose,also of Mauboussin Mauboussin. But this is fleeting, because the amber-orange-vanilla composition takes center stage. And here is where I am reminded of one of my favorites: Aquolina's Chocolovers.

It is not that I can detect the orange so much as the orange is wrapped up and cradled by the vanilla/amber and thus blends to create an almost gourmand chocolate/powdery-sweet-vanilla in the same vein as Elixir Charnel Gourmand Coquin by Guerlain! And that is saying QUITE a lot my friends!

As for the orange and chocolate combination: this is not an orange slice dipped in chocolate. That would elude to a "juicy" orange. No, this is really good expensive milk chocolate infused with the flavor of orange jam (or marmalade without the rinds). Sort of a Christmas chocolate-orange confection.

This progresses seamlessly to a wonderful woody base. The progression is subtle, and takes about an hour on me. We end with a soft sweet-powder-vanilla (not heavy talc... but a light dusting of confectioner's sugar powder) that continues to tickle your Obsession memories now and again. The musk and patchouli are light and very respectable. Barely detectable to my nose.

In re-reading my review, one would surmise that I find this to be a sweeeeeeeet fragrance, but really, it is not. It is a soft and subtle baby-sweet, not lollipop-teeny-bopper-sweet.

Longevity... quite good. The progression from orange/chocolate opening to woody base is subtle and wonderful. I awoke this morning with that Anne Pliska's sweet confectioner's sugar powder smell! Therefore, I'd say, wear this on a night when you know you are going to have awesome sex with your partner, and they will never forget you!!!

EDIT: I now OWN this! I bought the 1.7 oz EDP bottle. I was a little leery of the metallic bottle, but didn't want to pay for the larger glass bottle until I had lived with the less expensive amount first. I just have to say that, the 1.7 oz container is really pretty. Feels smooth, weighty, and good in your hand. The gold is shiny and bright, the pink is dusky mauve really. So, I'm actually happy about the purchase because I can stick this in my PURSE! The spray that comes out is a fine mist rather than a stream of wet, as many perfumes are. So, again, I'm pleased.

10 stars for the juice and 10 stars for the packaging!
***** *****

Sep
14
2012
muskymoi
muskymoi

this pink sweetheart is about as oriental as a perfume can get. It's like the naughty little sister of Shalimar--she just realized that her curvy bottom and perky bosoms are weapons of mass destruction. And she's eager to learn how to use them. A definite to buy for me. A smidge sweeter, less powder. MUST have it for my own, my precious. OK. I just weirded MYSELF out...Ladies, sample it!

Sep
03
2012
catsngunsnyarn
catsngunsnyarn

Anne Pliska is sexy and dark. Powder, oranges, musk, and cinnamon - with a sharp edge. Think of a pleasant, quiet, smiling woman who looks innocent - then gives you the naughty wink. I was given a sample of this at Nordstrom in 1989 and instantly fell in love. I do admit my taste in fragrance has shifted to the sweeter and the vanilla in the 23 yeasrs since then, but I still buy and use my Anne Pliska.

Aug
10
2012
pancaldi
pancaldi

Ooh, this is good! There's sweet orange & vanilla in the opening, but also something deep & smokey in there, cool & yet warm. There's a hint of spice & then a salty sweetness, & it does remind me of Shalimar. The heart is creamy & smooth, with a raw, resinous amber weaving in & out, & the drydown is a powdery, cookie-like vanilla. Sillage & longevity are good. l think this is one of the few ambers that would work well at any time of the day or year & in any situation. lt's gorgeous, comforting & sexy, but never in-your-face, & it's the one l'd turn to when l want to smell good without being too obvious.

I go thru 3-4 bottles a year so I love Anne Pliska, for a better buy try

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Jul
31
2012
candymarie
candymarie

Oh, what high hopes I had for this one! With all the passionately positive reviews and comparisons to Obsession, I came this close (holding thumb and forefinger one inch apart) to buying this unsniffed. Thankfully, I subdued my shopaholic impulse momentarily and ordered a sample instead.

Expectation is everything. If I hadn't been expecting a suitable replacement for Obsession, I might've been less disappointed. While Pliska is pleasant enough, it's no Obsession, even the reformulated Obsession, which I adore.

I'm not very good at describing notes, so here's an analogy instead: Comparing Pliska to Obsession is like comparing a shirley temple to a rum & Coke. While they both have a sweet and innocent base (though Coke is already more dark and mysterious than grenadine), it's the rum that turns a soft drink into a cocktail. One is pleasant and the other can get you drunk.

I disagree strongly that Plisksa is a heavy scent. I find it light as it can be.

I get mostly a popsicle kind of sweetness from Pliska. And sorry, probably only Americans will get this, but Pliska strongly reminds me of how a Big Stick smells when you've eaten away almost the entire popsicle and you're down to the wooden stick. That combo of synthetic fruit flavoring and wood.

Yeah, I probably don't need to say it, but I won't be ordering a full bottle of this one.

Jul
29
2012
missk
missk

Anne Pliska is an intense yet beautiful fragrance. It is generally well-received, even being awarded four stars by Tania Sanchez in 'Perfumes: The A-Z Guide'. It is a must-try for all oriental and amber fans.

This fragrance is not unlike Ambre Fetiche by Annick Goutal, the only major difference being Anne Pliska's orangey and crisp aromas. The amber in this fragrance is pleasantly sweet, further complimented by a glorious, pulpy orange, which can smell syrupy at times.

Anne Pliska is a rather heavy scent, so the phrase, 'a little goes a long way', does apply here. On a cold Winter's night, Anne Pliska smells absolutely breath-taking on the skin. I have received many compliments since discovering this beauty.

To my nose, Anne Pliska smells exotic and mysterious. I almost always feel this way towards ambery orientals, which is possibly why I love them so much. The drydown, is in my opinion, the best part, with the introduction of a rich and smoky incense accord. I am immediately transported to an ancient temple on a quiet, tropical island.

The vanilla accord tends to enhance the overall composition and pairs off beautifully with the amber. There's so much to love in regards to Anne Pliska. It's such a shame that this brand hasn't gone out of its way to produce more fragrances along the same lines as this one.

Anne Pliska is incredibly lasting on the skin. Even after a shower, this fragrance still faintly lingers. I don't hesitate in recommending this fragrance to every perfume enthusiast I know. It is one niche fragrance that sets a rather high benchmark, surprisingly having existed since the late 80's.

Jul
15
2012
finzi
finzi

Yup, this is very similar to CK's Obsession. Spicy, golden, balmy, sweet amber. Worth a try if you like that sort of scent. Good sillage and longevity.

Jun
19
2012
thehanna
thehanna

Similar enough to Obsession that you could blind buy Pliska and not be surprised by the scent. However, Pliska is smoother, with a little more vanilla and a lot more candied orange, and lacking the slight acrid sharpness of obsession. Less synthetics or incense maybe? Also creamier and syrupier with less sillage and strength than Obsession. I think Pliska is a nicer fragrance overall and definitely a scent you need to try if you like heavier vanilla ambers.

However, this composition of bergamot, vanilla, patchouli and amber is so tied to late 1980's oreintals that you have to be careful wearing this. This is great scent but is now a solid classic which is sort of a double edge sword. I don'tt know how many times I have worn vintage/classic perfumes and had someone say I smell like a much older woman or thier mom!

Mar
15
2012
Lumiere
Lumiere

Mandarins, or even oranges" skins cooked in sugar.

And then-toothpaste for kids, yes, that delicious toothpaste of pinky colour.

I have tried a sample-wondering how Anne behaves if I sprayed a lot from a bigger bottle?

so far, not impressed

Jan
13
2012
Jasamber
Jasamber

This just arrived today. I live in the UK and ordered this from Lucky Scent in the US (will think twice about ordeing from the US as I had to pay a huge amount of tax on it!)

Ordered without testing as I was confident this would appeal to me given the reviews here and I am not disappointed.

This was love at first sniff. Anne Pliska is an opulent cocktail of vanilla, orange, amber and spices which is perfect for a crisp autumn day. I get the comparisons with Shalimar with the smokey vanilla notes, but also find similiarities with Fendi Theorema through the orangey, boozy spice notes, and though not listed I also get a lovely hint of incence. Overall a scent that is sensual and comforting at the same time. Highly recommended!

Oct
20
2011
lara0905
lara0905

Powerfull opening, amber, musk and orange with a hint of vanilla.After minutes just the power is changing the scent is still very linear.Just the zesty brightness goes away.
Simply amber aroma, very pleasant, somehow mature oriental.Deep, rich,elegant, lovely fragrance.

Aug
16
2011
sherapop
sherapop

Luscious labdanum amber is the primary name of the ANNE PLISKA game. Wow, what a seductive perfume this is! I love the mingling of the amber with the patchouli and geranium and a dash of vanilla. Although this composition is simple and fairly linear, the quality of the notes is high and their proportions perfect to my nose. In contrast to other reviewers, I find very little in common between ANNE PLISKA and SHALIMAR. Yes, they both contain vanilla, but the focus of AP is amber, while SHALIMAR strikes me as a more complex, bluish oriental perfume.

Golden and viscous, ANNE PLISKA has pretty big sillage and fantastic longevity. All in all, this is one of the best amber perfumes I have smelled in any category (including niche) and a fantastic value for its modest price tag. This edp is even on the strong side, veering toward perfume, which is a nice change from the trend at many (not all...) niche houses to bottle cologne as edp--making the already high prices of their wares ridiculous.

I recommend ANNE PLISKA unequivocally to anyone who loves amber. A small caveat: without being overwhelming, the patchouli is noticeable--of course, that's just more good news for patchouli lovers!

Jan
19
2011
Cereza
Cereza

I can only agree that this has something in common with Shalimar, but for me Anne Pliska is something more enjoyable and I actually love this little piece.
It opens sweet with loads of amber and vanilla. There are slight touches of citrus and patchoulli to add some spice, but mostly it's just delightful, creamy vanilla followed by warm notes of amber and musk.
It's extremely feminine and extremely likeable, so I suggest that every oriental lover should give this a try.
It's very cold outside at the moment and I love how this works with my skin as I feel extremely cosy. And what else? I consider this to be extremely sexual perfume as well. My nose is stuck upon my wrist inhaling this precious gem.
Really - give it a try. It has some old fashioned background, I suspect from carnation, but it works extremely well and is a winner if you want to smell cosy, yet sexual. Oh, and this is grown up stuff. Very mature vanilla.
I love it.

Dec
24
2010
thelaurenator
thelaurenator

Anne Pliska is stunning. It's what I hoped Shalimar would smell like on my skin. Unfortunately, while Shalimar smells wonderful on many others, on my skin, it turns straight to acrid cat pee. Really. I offered my wrist to my boyfriend's mother, who concurred. Cat pee.

Anyway, Anne Pliska is entirely wearable by almost anyone. At first there is an almost candy-like orange note which dries down to the most incredibly deep, yet feminine and powdery, amber. The earthy patchouli grounds the geranium, keeping it from veering into floral territory. This is such a simple concoction, but it is perfectly elegant in its execution.

Nov
05
2010
scentous
scentous

powdery combo of amber and orange with a hint of musk, georgeous scent, a true classic..very good longevity and sillage..one of a kind, I cannot find any perfume alike:)) many members compared it to shalimar, it is as unique as shalimar but softer younger vivid and happier:))

Oct
23
2010
babsyfish
babsyfish

I have to agree with Zhara about the Shalimar/Obsession connection, but to me, Pliska is relatively innocent...like an inexperienced yet idealistic young lady sneaking a spritz from her older sister's perfume. It opens quite abrasively--on me, anyway--with a chemical blast that reminds me of something very dated and...er...public bathroom-ish. But it quickly settles down into a bitter-sweet powdery creamsicle that, while tantalizing, is not quite edible. Pliska is the warm, comforting scent of pearls and cashmere. It invites a long, romantic, slow-dance, but it just never really gets down-n-dirty sexy, which is nice, because such "sexy" perfumes are usually highly overrated and irritating.

Oct
04
2010
VictoriaO
VictoriaO

Who can describe it better than the nose, Jim Bell of Givaudan:

“A beautiful bouquet sparkling with a powdery diffusive topnote, created by a blend of mandarin and bergamot.
The accord is further enhanced by the floral midnotes of geranium and jasmine creating a full-bodied heart.
The undertones of amber, patchouli, vanilla, and musk provide a long lasting sensuality to this uniquely feminine fragrance.”
- Jim Bell
Givaudan-Roure

Anné Pliska Parfums is a classic niche fragrance. Timeless, beautifully crafted, sophisticated and sexy. A burst of bright powdery bergamot takes the opening bow, while a warm opulent amber envelopes orange, vanilla and musk, folding them into sheer amber perfection. Geraniums and jasmine appear center stage, then a touch of patchouli melts into the ambery drydown. Perfection.

I have been wearing this fragrance since its debut. I am probably the first, and definitely the biggest, fan. People have stopped me on the street and approached me in restaurants to ask what I am wearing.

Anné Pliska will always be my signature scent.

Sep
05
2010
spookyjan
spookyjan

this perfume is all my favourite oriental perfumes rolled into one truly lovely perfume.hard to get though,not many stockists of this scent in england.

May
12
2010
PávelHenry
PávelHenry

Obsession's animalic metallic...
Moschino Couture's orange and poppy powdery...
Parfum Sacré's dry spicies...

Add to this some bitter orange and...
...Yes, that's Anné Pliska EDP.
Wonderful!

Feb
17
2010
libertybelle
libertybelle

Yep, can smell the orange at first application. Give it a few minutes though and the amber comes forward. Love the patchouli. Spicy with a tinge of sweetness.

Feb
12
2010
Doc Elly
Doc Elly

This perfume to me says "sunny and happy". I'm a sucker for almost anything "amber". If you add vanilla and oranges, I'm in olfactory heaven. The scent seems fairly linear, with these main notes lasting for most of the time, but that's just fine with me. Anne Pliska goes on my "regulars" list.

Feb
03
2010
lostwithoutit
lostwithoutit

I have to agree with Zhara. I used to buy this at Nordstrom's until I moved to the midwest a decade ago and have been without it since. I was so excited to find it here.
I think that it smells sexy without feeling trashy. Like wearing a beautiful gauzy sundress without a slip.
Can't wait to get a new bottle!

Jul
17
2009
woogyjones50
woogyjones50

This is lovely. The orange note with amber and vanilla are gorgeous together. And the patchouli is very soft and adds just a tiny bit of earthiness. It has nice staying power on the skin. I do have to say that I'm not sure I see this one as oriental-at least on the way it smells on my skin. It is much more citrusy than any other oriental I have. But that is a minor detail-the scent is lovely and is absoultely worth a try.

Dec
10
2008
Zhara
Zhara

"Oh my. Oh yes."

Those words impulsively slip out in a contented mutter everytime I slip into this fantastic, decadent, indulgent warm cloud of a fragrance.

There are three magical scents, from three very different sources, and they all share some fantastic similar notes and heady drydown: Shalimar, Obsession, and Pliska.

Of the three, Pliska is the stately, refined and mysterious member of the family, more elegant than Obsession, softer and a touch more natural than Shalimar.

Rich heavy amber from top to finish, and I could stop right there by simply talking of nothing but this decadent, sweet, un-adulterated, polished amber.

In much smaller, supporting roles, there are fruit and flower notes. Make no mistake, nothing resembling fruity candy is here; its more the tannins and heavy nectars giving their notes. This is fruit ready to be taken to the vitners, fruit that is over-ripe and dripping.

The floral notes are also earthy, heavy and concentrated - these are not daisies in sunshine - instead, think of deep red geraniums thriving in the heavy shade of a gothic garden.

Of course, the amber, musk and deep vanilla finish this masterpiece, and leave one feeling as if wrapped in the most expensive of silks and cashmere. So delightful, so rich, so......

absolutely excellent.

Grab this gem while you can - I fear it's very limited production may be entirely discontinued one day....

Nov
03
2008

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