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Kere Slumberhouse for women

Kere Slumberhouse for women
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soft spicy

Kere perfume is made from milky notes of apricot, white chocolate and spicy plum that give texture to orange, honeysuckle, licorice and aldehydes. This unusual combination develops gradually with y aromas of hay and caramel. Available as 30 ml EDP.

Kere was launched in 2011. The nose behind this fragrance is Josh Lobb.

Perfume rating: 3.27 out of 5 with 23 votes.

Perfume Pyramid

Top Notes
Orange Honeysuckle Aldehydes Licorice

Middle Notes
White Chocolate Plum Apricot

Base Notes
Caramel Hay

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Kere Fragrance Reviews

Guest_Colin Maillard
Guest_Colin Maillard

Another sticky, dense, compact juice from the imagination of Josh Lobb. This however is also a bit different from most of the others from this line: the prominent accord is an unusually sweet and "friendly" blend of hazelnuts, almonds/tonka, spices, opoponax, a velvety aniseed breeze, a balsamic-medicinal touch of cloves and a menthol accent (which melts into the medicinal note resulting in some Vaporub kind of smell). Resinous, ambery and with a bold vanilla-hazelnut gourmand heart, on a discreet but tasty base of sandalwood – or some equally aromatic and soft wood – and perhaps a hint of oak moss. Drying towards the drydown it gets progressively more woody and all notes melt into a "global" licorice-nutty note, which swallows them like a black hole. And that's the drydown for hours. Lighter and less challenging than other Slumberhouse's, still quite sticky and oily but far more delicate, luminous and sweet. Frankly also one of the least interesting, partially because I don't like most of the more prominent notes (tonka, hazelnuts...), partially because it smells like if something is missing – I don't know what, but it smells incomplete to me. Perhaps that is just a suggestion. Surely well-made, just does not compare to the amazing complexity and greatness of (most of) the rest of the line.



This is a warm and spicy licorice and caramel scent. It somehow manages, even with these dominant edible notes, to be a deep and intriguing concotion and not at all just another gourmand. The sillage is impressive, as is the norm with Slumberhouse fragrances. The same can be said for the longevity of this scent. Kere is an altogether stunning perfume! My only regret is that when my sample runs out, I will probably never be able to get more...


A strikingly original composition that's actually more linear than a number of Slumberhouse's other scents. This one is quite sweet and pleasant, but is undergirded by a strange curry-type element (that actually feels closer to hay than full-on curry). While there's definitely some floral business here, the scent is carried by a maple note that skillfully avoids stepping into the realm of sickly or overly sweet by balancing the blend with the afore-mentioned hay-type note.

This is one of the fragrances that Josh has reformulated, so the notes listed above don't quite correspond. But from what I understand, this is built around sandalwood, styrax, and rose. It's lovely, insanely powerful and long lasting, but also very unusual. As with everything from this line, this isn't for everyone--the wearability is predicated the adventurousness of the wearer. It's challenging, but in the best possible way.


Immortelle minus the curry. This is a pretty nice concoction of liqorice, honeysuckle and hay that dafeinitely brings to mind of Immortelle. The point of strength of this composition is that while many fragrances listing Helichrysum among their notes tend to smell like curry, [B]Kere[/B] is completely devoided of this aspect enhancing its anisic/liqorice-like undertone and pairing it with a caramel/praline note in the base. Aldehydes and fruity undertones add a necessary balance saving the fragrance from heavyness or from becoming overly sweet.

Not my type of stuff but can do great on the Lolita Lempicka / Eau Noire axis.

Rating: 7/10


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