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He never drifts
No other word better describes what I'm willing to do for a comment. But what soll´s, I don't have a problem with it, to get rid of it - and it remains finally among us. (What's the World Wide Web again?) Now I'm sitting on the floor of the bathroom, just fresh out of the shower, distributing the perfume oil rudimentarily from the vial that fell on the floor on my neck. Of course without glass splinters and the floor was also wiped before. After that, too, but it still didn't help that the whole bathroom smells like a meadow. There you may well ask yourself the legitimate question whether you are still sane.
With the palm of my hand test, I would nod to the one I said, except for the walnut, the overall impression goes on a different track. Vert" smells like a spring meadow without flowers. Light green, grassy, fresh, conspicuously sweet, with a beautiful mild citrus note, which lifts the whole thing, makes it look playful. A fragrance that encourages you to breathe deeply and to think about what is really important. A fragrance that can play brake block or drive as the mood takes it.
In the refreshing green I think I sometimes recognize some mint or quiet teen notes. The spices peel out more clearly after more than two hours. Black pepper is clear, the other is not for me. After a long time the citrus note is slightly declining, "Vert" becomes a little slower and darker with the final wood note. However, the perfume oil retains its green appearance over the entire daily shelf life. I would have considered the Sillage to be strong, but I was not confirmed to have a spectacular projection of the perfume.