Yosh Eau De Parfum

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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by heads up If you're at all familiar with Yosh's other scents, a couple of these will seem tremendously familiar. Angeleno is clearly derivative of U4EAHH!, and Zuma is clearly derivative of Ginger Ciao. I have worn Ginger Ciao for years and it's one of my long-time favorites. When sniffing closely, Ginger Ciao has a little more depth and certainly has more lasting power, but Zuma is so similar as to be indistinguishable on my skin, once we're past the drydown stage. So, if you want a more affordable version of a Yosh classic, this line is for you. Full diclosure: I haven't tried Sea Ranch or Montelena, so I can't really make the comparison. October 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by zuma! i saw this on my way to checkout and remembered that i needed a new perfume. the name zuma caught my attention because i was at that beach this summer with my family. although it might not be a fall scent. it smells exactly like one would after a long day at the beach - sand, coconut (suntan lotion) and jasmine (my favorite). it's a bit pricey but i had birthday money to spend. October 5, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Average Good subtle scent. It's not floral, citrusy nor is it strong. The scent is very light - definitely what you would expect from its name "sea ranch". the only thing is, it doesnt last long at all. max 4-5 hours? but it was worth the price i got it for since i found it at a discounted price. i use it every day. i honest think its a good scent to start off for younger girls who have not touched brand name perfumes yet. February 12, 2014
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SEA RANCH Style #:28859502

In 1994, Yosh Han began her career as a perfumer at a small boutique in Aspen, Colorado. It was there that Yosh (whose name, fittingly, means fragrant in Chinese) learned to identify and combine healing essential oils with enticing fragrances, creating her signature line of artisanal perfumes.

Yosh Eau De Parfum