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Goldleaf Thymes for women

Goldleaf Thymes for women
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Total people voted: 50
female 25- 25+
male 25- 25+

I have it: 42 I had it: 15 I want it: 40

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Goldleaf is an everyday indulgence scent, a vision of classic femininity and grace. Notes: jasmine, rose, hyacinth, lily-of-the-valley, oakmoss and musk. It is available as 45 ml EDP and additional body care line.

Perfume rating: 3.81 out of 5 with 50 votes.

Fragrance Notes

Musk Jasmine Hyacinth oak moss Rose Lily-of-the-Valley

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This perfume reminds me of  
Molinard de Molinard
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Jacinthe Et Rose
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Golden Chypre
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David Yurman Fragrance
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Goldleaf Fragrance Reviews

stella-00
stella-00

this perfume is out of this world. all i have currently except eau des mervilles, 24fabourgh and la perla i can trade away for just having this gem.so so rich and elagand and voluptious and just awe-inspiring.

May
22
2016
A. Rose123
A. Rose123

Soft, hay-like and dry, "Goldleaf" feels golden in that it has a buzzy, crumbly metallic feel to it, with golden, pollen-esque florals on top. This feels natural; hay, grass, dried leaves, sun, wind and herbs.

The jasmine is very subtle but oily, balsamic and rich; this is a golden jasmine. The oakmoss is, to me, one of the most subtle notes but only because it's quiet and forest-like. It offers a distinctly chypre feel without taking center stage and it whispers at elegance, while underscoring a very, natural feeling blend.

It's hard to describe "Goldleaf" because while it has the softness and simplicity of natural blends, it has character, heft and it's as distinctive as a brocade curtain or taffeta evening gown. "Goldleaf" ultimately smells like...wealth. It smells like "Old Money" in its perfect balance of field and forest notes and old estate decay, imposing but not ostentatious, while hinting at glamour and glow, with golden, slightly spicy top notes and what smells like expensive, Old World soap, that join together to mimic the interior of a very, elegant boudoir.

If you wanted to smell like $1000 on an under $50 budget, "Goldleaf" is the way to go and even the elegant, gift-giving worthy packaging would fool anyone into thinking you'd spent so, much more. I love it; I love its wheat and grass, spices and oils, elegance.

Jul
30
2015
Water_is_my_life
Water_is_my_life

Bought a small roll-on version of this at duty-free while travelling...have to say it certainly went beyond my expectations.

It is indeed very golden, like its namesake. The florals all blend together to create a very heavy, luxurious scent. I didn't get too much green notes with this one. When I rolled it onto my wrist, there was a burst of Jasmine and LOTV. It was really fresh, but it oiled down to hyacinth and quickly turned to a musky rose.

Very heady, and for some reason, also smelled very aldehydic...the scent of this one is reminiscent of "old school" perfumes. Very heavy and definitely pronounced. Not a "polite" scent, but definitely very rich. I wear this when I want to feel powerfully feminine, or for night time galas and the like.

May
31
2015
Kiera79
Kiera79

I did not like this one at all. It smells very synthetic and heavy to me.

Apr
27
2015
Lilah Veil
Lilah Veil

This is decently sweet, fresh, spicy, aromatic floral and the name fits it perfectly. It has a green smell with a gorgeous yellow (not white) floral packed with yummy spices and a fresh medicinal quality. I detect no rose at all. Goldleaf is a proper name for this composition. The notes I pick up here are usually elements I love in a fragrance so purchased cheaply on a blind buy but cannot say it smells cheap. It smells luxurious and of good quality.

Thymes Goldleaf does have a very fresh, springy, rich smell that is compelling and I like it a lot. The only problem is it is not a scent I want on my skin. It seems more fitting as a very elegant room spray so I disliked it above based on that alone. The scent IS pretty, pretty! .... for a ROOM one would love to smell beautiful. I have a very hard time imagining what type of woman's skin this would smell right on. I can't. Either way, it is not for me as a skin fragrance so I will delightfully use it in my home and enjoy it that way. For the price, I am not disappointed to now own a lovely home fragrance spray, an expensive room spray even at a cheap price but I think worth it. :)

Mar
20
2014
Grottola
Grottola

A very pleasant, "pretty" fragrance in a cute little Estee Lauder-esque bottle. Lasts a good while, too. If you're into pleasant, clean white florals, check this one out.

Dec
07
2012
maureenog
maureenog

Ladies who love Goldleaf! Here's a question: Did this perfume/body lotion once-upon-a-time have an Egyptian symbol on its packaging, in shiny gold lettering against a white background? I've been searching for this product for over 20 years and just realized it might have been put out by Thymes. Thank you for your response, if you know anything about it.

Nov
26
2012
ChouliGaloria
ChouliGaloria

This is a lovely scent! Goldleaf smells fresh, clean, a little spicy, a little flowery, a little musky. My nose loves it all! Other people must love it too because Goldleaf garners compliments. Can be worn day or night. Another thing I would say is don't go overboard when applying the perfume. This Eau de Parfum is available at Thymes.com, or you can find it at various retailers. My local garden store carries this line. I think all of the Thymes products are top notch.
Goldleaf is a classy scent!

Dec
14
2010
Cubby
Cubby

I was introduced to Thymes in the early 1990s, when Goldleaf was called Goldleaf and Hydrangea. It is beautiful - a true tapestry - and the similarily to Norell is there in the beginning. With the oakmoss issues in recent years, I wrote Thymes and they assured me they use a kind of oakmoss that is not restricted.

I love how you can enjoy this fragrance in everything from room spray, candles, all the way to parfum. Boutiques carry this one, but it's just as easy to order online. I now have the rollerball parfum, which is around $20. The lotions and bath gel are each under $6. A great way to try these scents without spending too much.

Thymes has excellent customer service and will send samples. BTW, I'm not affiliated with this company in any way. Just love to find excellent CS these days.

Oct
09
2010
NebraskaLovesScent
NebraskaLovesScent

Goldleaf is a recent acquisition for me, recommended to me by our members Leesee and Chat Lunatique. I started with the foaming bath powder and bodycream, which is rich and very moisturizing, in addition to having a divine fragrance that can stand on its own. I loved them both and had to get the matching perfume. The EDP is available in a 10 ml roller bottle, in addition to the larger spray bottle. The lotion and perfume layered on the skin last a good 10+ hours on me, with decent sillage throughout.

Goldleaf is a cheerful chypre floral, lots of jasmine with musk and a lovely oakmoss very detectible in the dry-down. They don't make chypre floral scents like this one anymore. Thank goodness they still make this one and it is so affordable, too. I have tried a lot of chypres/chypre florals and can't think of any other scents that smell quite like it. The floral notes remind me of Norell a bit, but the dry-down is less green and has a very old-school aroma.

Chypre fans of either sex: you will find it worth your while to seek this one out. It's a bargain at any price but it would be a downright shame to miss it when it is priced so well.

May
10
2010

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