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Passion Annick Goutal for women
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I have it: 185 I had it: 68 I want it: 193 My signature: 1

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tuberose
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Passion is devoted to passionate love. A very delicate floral bouquet has united the notes of tuberose and jasmine from the south of France. The fragrance is soft, warm, and velvety. The soft notes of tuberose and jasmine blend with sweet ylang-ylang and comfortable vanilla. Fragrant tomato leaves brings in a green freshness into the composition, making a nice surprise. The base unites patchouli and oakmoss. The fragrance was created in 1983 by Annick Goutal.

Perfume rating: 3.86 out of 5 with 257 votes.

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Tuberose Tomato Leaf

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Jasmine Ylang-Ylang Vanilla

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Oakmoss Patchouli

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Passion Fragrance Reviews

sleepy*weasel
sleepy*weasel

I bought a FB after my 2ml sample, because the ylang in it is superb and I love ylang. The scent is very heady, old fashioned but well done, a walloping but refined floral, of the type rarely seen now. I get excellent staying power with 3 sprays to start, then it lasts all day. I do love Goutal, no prickly aldehydes and always the best quality. It's instantly identifiable as French, too. A seriously punchy fragrance, best tried by using your sample all at once, on a warm Spring day. If you're a teenager it may not fit right: this is for ladies, I don't often call myself a lady, but I feel like one wearing this. x

Mar
13
2017
jules11
jules11

Agreed, it's rather strong at first application. I received a sample to try. Not to my liking at first, a bit sharp and old fashioned. But the dry down is absolutely beautiful if you're a sucker for pure floral. Warm, velvet jasmine and tuberose. A hint of vanilla/woodsiness to warm and ground it. It's classic, romantic, feminine, nostalgic, and pretty. Not sexy as the name could possibly imply, in my opinion. I just wish it had more staying power. I would buy it.

Dec
28
2015
PurseJunkie
PurseJunkie

The initial blast of raw greenness did not set me up for success with this fragrance. I have enjoyed tomato leaf in other perfumes (Blood Concept A in particular) and as a Demeter solo artist, but here it was a little loud. Fortunately for me the tomato leaves died on the vine pretty quickly. After that I was left with a big bunch of white flowers with touches of patchouli and vanilla. At one point it seemed to get a little bubble-gummy, though in general I would describe this scent as a mature floral.

I'd love to go on to tell you all about the lovely drydown and how the scent evolved as the hours went by, but I can't. After about 20 minutes my Passion faded. Or perhaps I should say it vanished. As in “poof!" (This happens to me every once in a while--a Byredo here, a Tom Ford there--with no discernable pattern.) Eventually I sniffed out a tiny hint of oak moss and even that didn’t last more than a couple of hours.

Needless to say, I don’t see a bottle of Annick Goutal Passion in my future.

On the upside, though, I learned something new from this fragrance! I had been thinking of tomato leaf as a modern, hipster perfume note but here I find that Annick Goutal's been using it for over thirty years. Good for them!

Mar
21
2015
Fhaldara
Fhaldara

This is listed as a woman's fragrance, but I think it could easily be unisex. There's a slight sweetness, especially in the opening, and I definitely get the ylang ylang but very little of the tuberose. The tomato leaf gives it a green herbaceous note, and on me it drys down to a slightly bitter 'incense' scent.It's not my favorite Annick Goutal fragrance, but I still like it very much. It strikes me as a somber scent, perfect for that type of mood.

Jan
17
2015
lushnight
lushnight

This smells like shoulder pads and big hair, which could be good or bad depending on your perspective.

Oct
12
2014
eaudeparfum
eaudeparfum

I personally don't like it but have. 2/3rds bottle of eau de parfum to get rid of somehow.
Any ideas
Eau de parfum

Oct
12
2014
MademoiselleMaya
MademoiselleMaya

It opens with a blast of ylang-ylang and tomato leaves on me.Tuberose is pretty much nonexistent. Ylang-Ylang is quite naturalistic here, smells just like the essential oil, without the usual sweetness that not even the vanilla can boost. Maybe it's the oakmoss that gives the composition slightly bitter, crisp edge which reminds me of a meadow in a forest.

May
16
2014
courant
courant

You're about to take a trip without leaving the farm.
It begins at the farm where Grandpa is burning a pile of hoary leaves that didn't make the compost. They're comfrey and borage, sorrel and thistle, and the herbal smoke assaults your nose followed by the taste of bitter lettuce swirling in your palette. It blends strangely with your perfume, First by Van Cleef and Arpels. A worse combination would be hard to find.
At this stage it's, quite frankly, unpleasant. The floral joss sticks mentioned by other reviews are there in abundance, wafting the attar of the funeral pyre.

Whoosh! It's gone, you've dropped into the sultry air of the tropics, transported by a Matrix. Now you're engulfed by climbers, Mandevillea and Port St John creeper, the air treacle thick in the tropic of Capricorn. They exert their pressure on the jasmine as vines do on trellis work, insidiously twining. Passion is a boa constrictor.

The dry down is beautiful, and it needed to be after the previous two hours. Is it worth the struggle?
You must decide. Forewarned is forearmed

Dec
07
2013
houzi
houzi

I took a long look at my lot of samples today morning and spontaneously decided to go for Annick Goutal, to which I'm completely new. I chose Passion quite randomly, but what a good pick it was. I had noticed the softly sweet scent lingering on the exterior of my vial before I even opened it. Once on skin, it kept getting better and better.

At the beginning it was a warm and carnal floral rounded off by the herbiness of the tomato vine. It was peak of the summer and I was dozing in a hammock in a lush, overgrown garden, my eyelids heavy. Then the perfume took me deeper and deeper. When I woke up from my slumber I couldn't recall the dream that had ended just seconds earlier but its indistinct trace accompanied me in the following hours like some dazed aura. Passion's chypre heart had this effect on me.

The fragrance has a beautiful old-fashioned quality to it which is probably related to its chypre profile. It felt creamy and velvety throughout its life on my skin. I wore EdT and found that it lasted a good amount of time. Judging by the reviews it seems that Annick Goutal fragrances may not have the best longevity, so I was pleasantly surprised when Passion was still noticeable on my skin at the end of the day.

I don't think it's the kind of scent I could wear every day but I find it exquisite nonetheless.

Nov
27
2013
Gosha
Gosha

I have never been a big fan of straight florals - we are just not compatible somehow and my occasional effort to give it a chance and try again has sadly never brought me much of a success. That is why it took me some two years or so to take this sample out of the drawer, where it has been tucked away, and give it a go.
Because to me Passion is pure, big, white floral, it was clear from the beginning, that my review would be modified by this "incompatibility" on my mind.

The fragrance is quite sharp and the initial blast of the strong, potent flowers remains pretty unchanged on me throughout the long hours it lasts. This is a biased review, remember? :-D, but the heady, intoxicating jasmine, Ylang-Ylang and tuberose (in this order - measured by strength) play major - and the only role in this story. I am simply not getting anything else. Still - the initial explosiveness of this fragrance calms down pretty soon and brings out very feminine associations, it is a bit old-fashioned, indeed, with a feeling of timeless elegance and even pretty, somehow white, lacy softness! :-) Surprisingly I don't find it irritating in any way (and I often do with this kind of florals) and I would actually very happily wear it every now and then if given a bottle, but it just doesn't "speak to me" if you know what I mean, so I would not be spending money on it. I think that "floral incense stick" as gmstrack mentions, is a very good observation! In spite of my personal lack of enthusiasm, I can honestly see why Passion can be so loved and enjoyed.

Jun
22
2013
Aliakatt
Aliakatt

I really really like this perfume. It is definitely a casual perfume, light and floral, great for everyday wear. It is rather sweet, but I don't find it overly cloying. It is a little powdery, but the patchouli gives it a nice depth. I will definitely be looking for a bottle of this.

May
16
2013
hopebowstar
hopebowstar

Annik Goutal's Passion was the very first "expensive" perfume I ever purchased as a very young woman. I was vacationing on St.Maartin Island, on the French side, when I literally had my breath taken away as I walked into a small side-walk store & was greeted by the beautiful fragrance of flowers & the thoughts of heart felt LOVE this scent evokes. At the time, I was healing from a 7 year 'relationship-gone-wrong'. Annik Goutal's Passion spoke to me in such a way that I knew at once it was not the end of my world--but truly the beginning of a new & wonderful future, filled with delicacies beyond my wildest dreams. This is truly a lovely fragrance.

May
11
2013
boruvka44
boruvka44

I love the smell of tomato leafs and stems, but definitely not in a parfume, especially not combined with tuberose and jasmin. Passion is unusual, yet elegant. After 24 hours and shower (damn good longevity!) i could handle it, or like it, it faded to creamy jasmine.

Apr
14
2013
kosmoskukka
kosmoskukka

I find this beautifull scent to reminding me of true nature of passion and longing. Its not the goal to action. But its that feel... when You are missing, longing and feeling inside of You our passionate feels. Its that distance what is existing between You and your loved one, that empty space where You miss the connection to Him/or Her. If You can see carefully and deep of the true nature of passion, there is beauty in that space between lovers, in your longing feel. Not in action, not in this scent. This scent reminds me of spiritual passion, longing.
Love from Finland.

Jan
20
2013
gmstrack
gmstrack

Passion by Annick Goutal, a fragrance released in the early 1980s, is a loud blast of spicy floral when sniffed strait from the bottle. During the opening, the white floral is tamed by oakmoss and something green and spicy (tomato leaf according to the note listing). When applied to the skin, however, Passion morphs into something entirely different, with a touch of musty smokiness confounding the senses. Finally, a previous reviewer called it out: floral incense sticks! Passion is a white floral with a timeless Bohemian elegance. Another reviewer pointed out that the floral note treads the line between tropical and seasonal; I think that is, right on, man.

4/5

Dec
27
2012
Milladane
Milladane

The opening is strong tuberose, white flowers, and herbs with a loud 80s thing going on. Overall impression is a pungent spicy floral. The sweetness is the heavy kind from the tuberose, not the vanilla or fruity sweetness more prevalent today. It reminds me of one of those floral incense sticks from college days...not Nag Champa, but the floral varieties.

I can deal with it on a typical day, but I'm sure on days when I feel vulnerable, it would be a sure headache inducer. I remember smelling this in the early 90s, and knew it was not for me...just too floral and too pungent. Apparently, not much has changed today. Smells better on my clothes than on me. Strangely, though it's very strong, it does not last as long as I would expect.

Dec
26
2012
jtd
jtd

The emotion passion has come to be confused with the expression of passion. Focussing on quixotic symbolic gesture, passion has come to mean any attention seeking act. With a vocabulary borrowed from the romantic comedy, it’s a very long short-hand. Set this in a culture where an action’s value varies directly with the number of people who witness it and passion loses its meaning as an internal state.

Annick Goutal’s Passion fits an older definition that describes an emotional state on the spectrum from enthusiasm to compulsion. Yes, there are objects of passion, but passion is what you yourself feel.

Passion, the perfume, is gorgeous. It’s a blended floral, a prospect that by itself is hit-or-miss, but it’s also a combination of tropical and seasonal white florals. A failure with this mix of genres could be a disaster, but Passion is exquisite. It is identifiable and has excellent form along with an ambiguity that lends itself to mystery rather than indecision.

Mixed florals such as Patou’s Joy and de Nicolai’s Number One show that the ‘prettier’ aspects of a flower, the sweetness and light, are important, but the expertise lies in the perfumer's use of the rawer, less obviously fetching side of the flower. Passion draws on this underbelly of the flower to paint a mixed floral, but because it used both classical and tropical flowers, it has a larger palette to draw on. I don’t find Passion overwhelming or oversized. It is buttery and textured and relaxed. Passion lets its hair down. As for us men, Passion leaves its shirt-tails untucked suggesting not so much informality as the desire for an easy range of motion. Again, passion isn’t about the reading. it’s about the inspired state.

Nov
30
2012
bond_girl1979
bond_girl1979

I am personally not a tuberose fan at all, so this was an odd buy for me. I purchased the edp version, and whilst the longevity impresses me, the first notes nearly knock me out: tuberose combined with a raw tomato leave pungency *shiver*. Within a few minutes I regretted not buying A.G Songes instead, which I think is probably more my cup of tea. That said, if you can survive the pungent and powerful opening, good things come to those who wait - the dry down is softer, more etheral and more classical. It softens up and becomes a unique and sophisticated french composition that you could wear to the opera or to afternoon tea and feel like a million dollars in. Not a girly scent. Nor is this for the woman who follows fads or bears too much cleavage. This is for the woman who has seen the colours of life and whom has developed in herself an elegant and refined edge.

Sep
12
2012
rubyred
rubyred

I had to give this to my girlfriend. I could smell no scent on me until warmed up by the sun, then a rather brash and over the top sweet, but bad mix, on me, of too much tuberose and creamy gardenia. Reminded me of Maria Borghesi's Il Bacio, or Poeme. Now I know I can't do white florals. I do love however her Ce Soir ou Jamais (it's now or never) which is a dripping wet luscious red rose.

Sep
10
2012
Lkrautter
Lkrautter

Well, I hate to change my opinion so soon, but I have decided to amend it. This scent is wonderful!I want to eat it, and you can't say that about many strictly floral scents. I can't wear it often, as it still is just too sophisticated for me, but in secret I can savor it. Since sweet smells tend to come out on my skin, it balances out the bitterness and smells lovely.

Ignore the sharply pungent fleeting top note. It is just a loud opening preluding a symphony exquisite, sensual, elegant flowers and honey vanilla undertones.

This is just a theory, but I think annick goutal sacrificed the societally apealling top note designed for marketing to preserve the heart notes and overall fragrance she wanted to endure for the sake of quality.

I only hope I can grow into this scent someday. It still gives me headaches sometimes, but that is because I inhale too much of it and try to gobble what is a delicacy.If a perfume is not handled properly the most gifted perfumist cannot prevent that. I don't think it is goutal's fault, because the scent is truly lovely I wouldn't want it altered.Personal incompatibility with a scent should not diminish respect for its creation if it is due. And I believe it is due.

Aug
14
2012
Lkrautter
Lkrautter

I just bought this, and the tuberose is too intense for me,even as a light spray.i like gardenia passion because the tuberose is balanced by gardenia. My siblings say it reminds them of a vintage shop. I am not excited about that.Passion is a lovely scent, but too mature for me,and too carnal.If you are more inclined to softer scents, don't buy this blind. The tuberose remains dominant throughout all three notes. This is scent is not so much delicate as exquisite. It is not seductive, it is intensely provocative and intertwines you in its pungent sophisticated grasp and commands attention. I would wear it for very singular occasions probably, but not often. It does not fit me it would fit an older woman on a passionate evening.Maybe someday I will be bold enough to wear this.

Aug
09
2012
fanny
fanny

Stunning, yet very 80's..
A true floral with class, sunshine and broad shoulders.
Not to be ignored in any way.

Sillage: oui..
Longevity: oui..
Passion: pas pour moi..
Office wear: oui !!

Jan
31
2012
Decodawn
Decodawn

Elegant, apparently one of HRH Princess Diana of Wales favourite perfumes.

Dec
11
2011
elfremar
elfremar

This is a gorgeous fragrance,and contains one of my very favourites,and that is tuberose.
It last for quite a while,and is a classic floral.

Sep
16
2011
lara0905
lara0905

Incredibly beautiful, glamorous, fascinating and unique. I love it.
Sublime interpretation of the temptation and flaming passion.

Tuberose opens, it's like a soft silk touch,and fresh green notes join, it makes the sweetness a bit earthy. I can clearly detect the tomatoe leaves on me. Few minutes later the fresh green nuance goes away and the scent going deeper and deeper.I feel she wants to drag me down and down... Jasmin and ylang sweetens this swirling beauty, vanilla and the moss give more and more deepness...charming temptation...
This amazing essence gives the " Woman of Destiny"-feeling for me..:)

Odd,perfect and georgeous composition. Sensually seductive, warm embrace.

Aug
23
2011
Un Belle Parfum
Un Belle Parfum

The opening is a burst of sweet, juicy florals in all the head-spinning glory that I’ve come to love from 80s perfumes. There is a solid mix of jasmine and tuberose that easily fills the room and a heft dose of Ylang-ylang that gives Passion an unmistakable warmth.

Amongst the sweetness of the white florals there is a bitter, prickly green note. The AG website lists tomato leaves as the green note and I can almost immediate sense this rough, herbal note amongst the flowers. Rather than feeling out-of-place this note perfectly balances the opulence of the jasmine and tuberose, giving it a much-needed roughness.

Passion mellows into a very soft, sweet floral with the barest hint of vanilla in the dry down. This shift is seamless and it’s almost as though Passion melds with the skin and becomes a part of it.

Aug
01
2011
Demoiselle
Demoiselle

While spending my last few days in Paris I wound up in the original Annick Goutal store, very near the Musee D'Orsay. I quickly fell under the spell of the lady in charge, who really knew all about the history of the brand. She pulled out a sample of this fragrance and insisted it was the perfect scent for a red haired woman. Between the compliments to my french and my hair colour, I figured I needed to take the sample home a while and let my head deflate before I could write an honest review of the scent.

Its definitely distinctive, and I found the drydown to be a sheer delight, with notable changes every 45 minutes or so. As the vanilla and jasmine heart notes emerged, it became a rather 'creamy' scent, but in an elegant manner. Rather than being swamped by Patchouli as the base notes came out, I found the oakmoss was more present, making for a sexy kind of finish. Powerful staying power, dont be deceived by the delicate, fairy like bottle - this scent is strong and could give bystanders a headache if you 'took a bath in it'. A lot of people seem to have a problem with the tuberose, which I didn't notice myself but, as with all distinctive scents, it will not be everyone's cup of tea and should not be bought without testing, if you can. -Unless you're a redhead, apparently - ;)

Jun
04
2011
angel6
angel6

I bought this one after reading good reviews, but the camphor and tuberose are too strong almost claustrophobic and the tomato leaves are too sharp, been trying this perfume now and then but to no avail, the opening gives me headake.
I love Grand amour , but not Passion.

May
15
2011
sherapop
sherapop

I was nearly knocked out by the first hour or so of Annick Goutal PASSION, which packs a serious punch of tuberose and tomato leaf that left me dazed and confused. I do not believe that I have ever before smelled an herbal tuberose composition, but that is what PASSION is.

Although it seemed initially like an unhappy marriage, by the drydown I was a believer. A wonderful smooth, slightly sweet and earthy smell eventually emerges and then proceeds to last for hours. The tuberose has died down and the tomato leaf is no longer recognizable as tomato leaf, but the perfume that PASSION becomes is really very nice. The ylang and oakmoss are blended together smoothly with the other notes to produce a perfume that feels like a rug woven from zillions of silk threads, no one of which is isolable from the rest. My only concern is: how to get to the gorgeous drydown without suffering through the opening? I may have to hold my breath...

Dec
30
2010
Catbiscuit
Catbiscuit

When I first tried Passion EDT I was incredibly impressed, the Ylang was intoxicating!

Trying it again today I am picking up a significant amount of tuberose, jasmine, ylang and a slightly bitter edge (tomato leaf) which transforms this perfume into a truly unique experience.

It IS warm, soft and inviting and the vanilla gives it such a cuddly feminine nuance but the tuberose feels like I am wearing shoes one size too small. Its wearable but none too comfortable on my skin, a problem I find all too commonly with tuberose.

Of course, that is my problem, not Passion's and I still recommend all white floral lovers try this unusual creamy & intriguingly bitter floral delicacy!

Nov
17
2010
sofiii
sofiii

Passion starts with something really sweet and delicious; it smells like tuberose with something earthy fresh closes to patchouli side, but not as brown and medicine like as most patchouli notes sometimes can get (so..That’s the tomato leave according to the notes, but I won’t say it has any tomato hint at all).I’m not a big fan of tuberose, but I have to admit, I love the tuberose here! It is not as monotone, on-your-face type ‘clean’, thin tuberose as that you will find in By Kilian’s Beyond Love.

Later on, creaminess from vanilla gives the floral scent a lovely sweet and slightly buttery hint, which is indeed to die for. The jasmine, tuberose and ylang ylang are richly, well-mixed here.

The dry down is passionate, sensual but in a light-spirited way and all the notes are more smoothly blended with its floral sweetness.

Passion is like a beautiful romantic poem to me, it can be slightly difficult to fully understand at first glance, but as long as you put it on, time will unwrap its beauty. Even though I’m not a fan of any of the floral notes listed here in Passion, and normally I would have a headach,but Passion still truly impresses me. Passion makes me realise that there's no bad jasmine/ylang ylang/tuberose, if you find some headache-inducing ones, maybe it's just because you haven't met the fragrance equivlent'Mr.Right'.

Highly recommend!

Aug
21
2010
floriana
floriana

If someone realy wants to smell how smells
passion, here it is, captured in a bottle.
Reminds me on someone who is realy in love, this fragrances is definitely story of blind love and passion.
Sophisticated, soft and great balanced composition,nothing loud or intense in it. Could smell ylang, yasmin and oakmoss, tuberose is perfectly composed with tomato leaf and other components.
Also is a little nostalgic and trully openhearted. Excellent.

Mar
15
2010
pansylady
pansylady

this fragrance is a bit unusual in several ways-

First, it's got better staying power and sillage than the average Annick Goutal-

Second, I get a sense of white roses rather than tuberose/jasmine-

by smell alone, I would re-name it White Vanilla Rose-

too sweet for me- but 2 points for better staying power

Jan
24
2010
eranaral
eranaral

Reeeeks of jasmine and tuberose. Very strong florals and sweet. later, the vanilla comes through and gives it a warm honey like fragrance. Lasts well into 5 hours on skin if not more. On clothing, longer.

Nov
20
2009
missk
missk

When I first smelt this, I melted. Passion is so unbelievably unique, warm, enticing and sexy. Whilst wearing this scent for only a few minutes, and walking down a crowded street, heads were turning and men were stopping me and asking me what I was wearing. With only one simple spray of this potion on my wrist, I felt confident, beautiful and glamorous.

The first initial spray is indeed rather heady and strong, but the scent itself is unlike anything else. The warm vanilla, jasmine and tuberose blend is to die for. The scent reminds me of old fashioned stores filled with lace, rose scented oils and antiques. Passion is such a comforting scent with a slight incense touch in the base which settles beautifully on the skin.

Because this fragrance is niche you won't find many women wearing this, hence the reason why I love this fragrance so dearly. The lasting power is fantastic and the warmth in the drydown is unlike anything I've ever tried before.

This is a must for lovers of floral scents, or women searching for something expensive smelling yet unique and sophisticated.

Apr
06
2009
jeca
jeca

I like it! I think it is similar to Serge Lutens Fleur d'Oranger, but Passion is calmer and lighter, velvety pleasant. An unmistakable perfume for present ;o)

Oct
13
2007

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