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Not a very unisex fragrance - too sweet and dries like sickly honey
I am used to wearing all types of fragrances, from crisp and sporty, to woodsy and spicy. I have also worn a number of unisex fragrances across the same span. Nectar is very flowery and sweet on the front and with my chemistry, it finishes/dries smelling a bit like fermented honey. I will say that it does last all day and it's not as offensive as I described, and it could very well be the reaction to my chemistry. I will also add that most fragrances stay true to the initial smell when I wear them, so I'm inclined to think that this is just a miss for me. It strikes me as something that would be worn by women 60+. It's definitely complex and it lasts, but it's way too flowery to be considered unisex IMHO.