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...the warming older brother or the...
It's really difficult. Do you need both? Is the first one enough? Did it help that you dared to do something so great about 1934?
Everyone needs to know that for themselves.
If I were to describe it with just one sentence:
If you compare Caron with Caron l impact, you look at your old brother through a milky glass, whereas l impact sits behind a crystal-clear, cleaned pane.
But here's a little more detail.
I find the old man softer, more buff, cloudy and vanilla. It nestles better to my skin, or fits better.
L impact is crystal clear, more herbaceous, sharper, more direct, less vanilla, more lavender. The latter almost causes something absinthe-like which for me in the first minutes even goes in a slightly cool-minute direction. In the process it is even for a short time very lightly earthy even a bit hayy.
Very nice, actually. Qualitatively, of course, l impact is far ahead.
I don't need either of them, and even the fact that the scaffolding was already in place and the PARFUMEUR didn't create anything new here, I remain faithful to the old, the unique, the 1934, the warming brother:-).
I want to be mean to you and use the word Flanker:-), but yes he is just a little bit. Sometimes a Flanker can be the better one BUT the first idea doesn't come from the Flanker and I like the monogamy.:-).
Fragrance goes to Caron from 1934, durability, sillage and bottle to the new ones.
1:3 the final result. But this is the only match in the world where the one with the small number wins:-).