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Today I'm taking you on a journey. A trip that hasn't got a comment since 2 years and it's time again to write something about it. The following journey takes us to different places and in the background runs "Don't Stop Believin'"
Fun Fact - Don't Stop Believin' is a rock song by the US-American music band Journey, first released in 1981, but just by the way.
"Just a few more minutes to lift off" - "I'm so excited"
"I guess this is the first time?" "No, I've been excited before"
"Gentleman may I introduce you to your Captain - Captain Over" - "Gentleman welcome aboard" - "Captain, your navigator Mr. Außer and your first officer Mr. Unter. -"Except" "Over" - "Over" "Under"
"We have clearance, Clerence!"-"Roger, Roger! What is our Vector, Victor?
In the plane we first travel to Szechuan, where the pepper grows and is accompanied by finest bergamot and much spice by cardamom. Yes and quickly a smoke spreads, dense and fine that will surround us. But it's not the old turbopropeller engine we're sitting in.
"There are problems in the cockpit." - "What is it? This is the little room on the front of the plane where the pilot is sitting. That's not so important now."
Finest incense envelops us and it seems as if someone in the cabin is stuffing himself with noble sweet tobacco a pipe. Noble and sweet. We fly over Geraniol, an ethereal sea of flowers that seems to be on fire. More smoke coming up. However, no pope is elected, but one gets the impression to stand in a cathedral himself.
"Nervous?" - "Yes!" - "Probably the first time?" - "No, I've been nervous before."
For the guests there is first a Wachholderschnaps for reassurance. The scent warms additionally, nothing pricks or stings, you simply let yourself fall into soft leather. Not cool, but warm, and it hugs us now.
"Today a telegram arrived from headquarters."
"From headquarters? What is it?"
"Well, this is a building where the generals usually meet and stuff. But that's probably not so important right now."
On the seats in the plane which are made of the finest old leather, whose smell is already noticeable when you enter the plane and which is omnipresent, you look down on Cypriol and Ambrox with the bright tonka bean fields. A very beautiful sight, but it can happen that one or the other gets too much at the end. But it won't be that bad.
"We have a bomb on board." - "A Bo...?" - "No, no Bo, a bomb!"
Pepper will continue to come across from time to time, this keeps us all fresh and the smell stimulating.
"Tell the captain now that we need to land as soon as possible. The woman must be taken to hospital immediately!"
"A hospital? What is it?"
"A big building with patients, but that's not so important now."
Dense incense combined with clear but fine leather and a touch of tonka bean fields will be the last thing you will notice when the journey slowly but surely comes to an end.
"Captain, how fast can you land?"
"Well, I can't say that!"
"You can tell me, I'm a doctor!"
"No, I meant I don't know!"
"But you can guess!"
"Well, not within the next two hours"
"You can't guess within the next two hours?"??"
This is where this journey ends. Inspired by the film Airplane I leave you an impression of this quite opulent perfume, which seems to last as long as a trip to the Orient and is very suitable for autumn/winter. For going out and for the evening. A spicy smoky tobacco leather Orientale which despite an Alberto Morillas knows how to please. Not an isolated case, if he is not completely responsible for a fragrance, then it's usually something for me.
"You don't mean that, do you?" - "Yes, of course I do! And please don't call me serious!"
Many thanks to Cafenoir for the ticket to the trip. :)