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I adore you, Javier, you're a man of style and charisma!
only yesterday I saw you again in the role of the psychopathic hit man in "No Country for Old Men". There are certainly not many who, with such distinguished class and frightening courtesy, would have embodied a man in a suit who kills people with a bolt gun like a butcher kills his cattle. The same man who, as a fiery painter Juan, both Scarlett Johansson, Rebecca Hall and his own wife Penélope Cruz delighted in "Vicky Christina Barcelona". I adore you, Javier, you're a man of style and charisma.
With this letter I am sending you a fragrance that reminded me very much of you in these two roles. Judith gave me the idea. It not only bears the appropriate name "Classic 1920", it also embodies this. The top note is overwhelming and dazzling, juniper, basil and bergamot merge to a symbiotic note, which takes the spiciness out of the first two and only brings their freshness to bear, nutmeg and pepper contribute a spicy grain. That, dear Javier, is the noble class I meant. After a few minutes, embedded in sweet flowers, you will be able to perceive the scent of juicy apricots. Of course I had to think of Juan's playmates, honni soit qui mal y pense!
However, this fruitiness soon withdraws, like that of a gentleman worthy moderate Sillage, so to speak tailor-made like a well fitting suit close to the body and embeds itself in ambergris and musk, typical for the fragrances of this house. You could watch both films two or three times in a row, that's how long the scent stays. Javier, men like us don't need anything heavy, loud or pompous, just something that underlines our appearance. I hope I could make you happy,
Your Christoph Waltz
what a pleasure your little parcel has given me this morning. My bottle with exactly this fragrance had been untraceable for a few days. I suppose Penélope took it with her again and her scents just don't suit me. You saved my day, amigo. I'll return the favor when the time comes. Thank you,
Your Javier Bardem