Aroma M released this Eau de Parfum in or around 2000. As I love certain sandalwood renditions, this was certainly going to be a hit or miss. I have moved away from austere sandalwoods and find myself thoroughly enjoying rich, full bodied renditions that place as much importance on the accompanying notes as the sandal.
Geisha Noir did not disappoint. Black Amber, Sandalwood and Tonka Bean. Its feel is dense but not heavy and each note shares the spotlight. The amber and tonka bring out the best in each other and illuminate the sandal with the just the right amount of presence.
This is marketed toward women. I say that's tough *@%! because I'm going to get a bottle and wear it as a masculine. Men could pull this off no problem and smell terrific doing it. Very good fragrance from Aroma M.