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Non-magnetic and yet the most attractive of all metals - gold
Since I have owned this fragrance a little longer now and there is still no comment on this yet Mr. Unknown, I thought I would start and share my impressions with you
The bottle is a feast for the eyes and stands out of the collection, on closer inspection it does not look so high quality, so I don't give it a full score here - nevertheless it is very hard to hold and conveys value - which it unfortunately doesn't offer, as already written, on closer inspection.
The fragrance is great for the summer - reminiscent of happy, exciting and carefree holiday moments and is characterized by lightness and freshness, similar to a sea breeze.
The fragrances are unfortunately wrong here.
The top note : fruit, sea salt
The heart note : bergamot, iris, sicilian lemon, tangerine
The base note : marine, musk
I think the milestone should be a reference to the Millésime Impérial of Creed or rather it comes very close to it for the purpose of the Maritime Note
For me a great scent for the summer, also a nice change between the usual summer scents (citrus / woods etc.) the durability is good, the Sillage is sufficient but is of course not a heavy scent, so it is to cope with
I would give the fragrance a quote like the one that can be taken from my title :
" Non-magnetic and yet the most attractive of all metals - gold "
For the purpose of this beautiful gold decorated bottle & the fresh scent, it is by no means perfect or comparable in value to Creed, yet it attracts incredibly and that although it is not magnetic ;)
In this sense - thanks to every silent reader!
You can leave objective criticism or suggestions for improvement there ! :)