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It’s not my style (I don’t like such overly sweet fragrances), but for those who crave this type of sugary treats, it’s quite nice and much less cloying than, say, LVEB. I'm lucky that my best friend didn't find it suitable for her, so she passed it on to me.

I had just gotten addict in a swap and I'm smitten! Having worn this a few times in the last two weeks or so, i would say addict is a fall/winter scent or for chilly spring nights.

This is perfect because the jasmine and mandarin leaf cut through the sweetness to stop the vanilla becoming cloying.

This was a blind buy for me and oddly the first time I sprayed this I absolutely hated it.

I see a lot of comparisons between them however, so hopefully they have the same vibe.

I'm kicking myself for falling asleep during a bid ending on e-Bay for an old 1/2 full bottle of this (looked exactly like the bottle I have).

I have the original version of Dior Addict, and I bear bad news to whoever never smelled it : it's the best perfume ever created, and now it's gone forever. This is my favorite perfume ever and it's an olfactive travel to our innermost senses, our most precious and oriental dreams, our deep subconscious.

Everything about it begins with deeply impacting top notes, like a severe blow to your face, and then you get into a mysterious and wild garden of flowers as the heart notes come out... Addict is an example of a perfume that really needs to be tested on skin instead of paper.

Personnellement c’est surtout des fruits des bois que j'ai remarqués dans son sillage. I do like vanilla and I love sandalwood but this just smelled like plastic on my skin. But there is just something about it that rings synthetic and uninviting.