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where's the humidor?
His Majesty loves it strong: the tea is so dark - the English probably call "Builder's Tea" a similar brew!
The fact that Lapsang Souchong tea also bears the name "smoked tea" is clearly underlined by the opening of Atkinson's fragrance "His Majesty The Oud".
This aroma of the fine porcelain bowl rises vigorously dark and smoky and because the original fragrance theme is still a little too tame, an ingenious jack from the perfume workshop added some cloves.
A lot helps a lot!
Uijuijui: I couldn't spoon that much sugar into the mixture to drink this tea infusion.
Too intense to drink - impressively spicy to start off with.
His Majesty celebrates this tea hour amidst the treasures of his collections in the familiar "cave" of his library.
The cosy, slightly creaky leather armchairs invite you to sink in deeply; their strong scent seems to be intensified by the years here in this room: old, heavy leather aroma permeates the air and marries with the already strong scent of entrée.
Cedar wood, polished from age and silvery-silvery shiny silvery characterizes the intimacy of this room and also sandalwood, here in quite strong sweat note, tunes in: everything breathes here "man"!
This also includes a full-grown animal oud note; do the ruler's dogs have their place in front of the cosy flickering fireplace?
Or does it emanate from the discreetly imposed alcoves? (Oh, a rogue who thinks evil!)
The pronounced male scent, however, needs a somewhat feminine counterpart: warm, creamy vanilla and amber gild this appearance.
These two sisters of Venus bring a glow into this heavy scent: almost like small islands of light from lamps on various side tables distributed throughout the room.
This strong masculine scent cloud develops quite fast to the climax with me and remains also some time: it is not directly unpleasant!
However, it becomes clear just as quickly: this fragrance composition is not for me delicate blonde.
It's too dark for me, too strong, too leathery - in short: too manly!
I can well imagine "His Majesty The Oud" in the right man; but do I find him here in the middle of the big city?
In my opinion, this male fragrance creature lacks only one thing to become really round and harmonious: the aromatic scent of a freshly smoked cigar! So here's my question: "Friends at Atkinsons. Where's the humidor?"