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True wakefulness means the serene calm of being well rested
You don't have to get up so early today. It's time for a big breakfast like never before. Otherwise you set the stove to 6, put the mocha pot on it, while you rush into the shower to eat the black result at 05:15 much too frantically. The only way too hot comfort on a way too early morning.
Today is not one of those days. Milk rolls are in the oven, a jar of Ovaltine is on the table along with Italian cantuccini that you love to nibble on with your coffee. You emerge from the bathroom smiling, freshly shaved, dabbed with a classy aftershave. "Something with vetiver" rushes through your mind. The sun is shining and the day is on your side.
You fix yourself your first cappuchino. Although you take your time, you tip some onto the stove, which must have been turned on by a fleeting movement on your part. Never mind, you would even have enough time for a second one, besides, the smell complements wonderfully with the scent of the...
Damn it, the milk roll! Just in time, the rearmost one is burnt, the rest still good. No matter, nothing can rattle you. You close your eyes, bite into your milk roll with the chocolate spread, take a sip of coffee and pull the smell through your nose. Suddenly you realize: you're awake, well-rested.
Man, how long might it have been since the last time?
This coffee fragrance is sweet, yet authentic, captivates especially through its roasted aromas. Who is looking for a fragrance that smells like deep black espresso, or freshly ground beans is wrong. Who is looking for a credibly genuine smell of cappuccino, along with gourmand pastries, which you can find exactly the same in a good café, has found his perfume here.
Wakefulness is not conveyed via caffeine and adrenaline shock. Wakefulness means here the serene calm with which one meets a day after sleeping in - and that is brilliant.