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Some ladies might have thought something like that when a woman entered the room wearing the Must de Cartier. This was either meant out of envy and resentment or in a figurative sense as a compliment. I know of only a few perfumes that managed to make it into a room within a very short time, no matter how big it was to cause massive collateral damage to other perfumes like Must de Cartier. Unless one of the ladies was still wearing opium from Yves Saint Laurent or Knowing from Estée Lauder also as a pure perfume. So you had an equal opponent in the game as far as the enormous presence and aura was concerned. One can rightly say that Must de Cartier was a titanium in terms of opulence, elegance and charisma. What made Must de Cartier so special? Let's see!
Must de Cartier
One cannot really say that Must de Cartier in its aura is heavy, in the sense of oppressive, overwhelming or lush. If Must de Cartier were a fabric I would compare it to the finest cashmere ever woven. Its fine notes are incredibly warm, soft and supple spun. On first contact with the skin, it appears tangy and fresh-fruity with a delicate and juicy tangerine note. Which is by no means the case. The other notes are added quickly. Cinnamon, which is not listed here at all, is added in warm, spicy spurts and pervades the perfume with soft, resinous, smoky galbanum. Floral notes creep in, but cannot really be identified and classified. They are more just soft chords and more to guess. At this stage, Must de Cartier smells like seasoning oranges for Christmas and then gently heating them with the peel. But not enough for him! A freshly scratched out, spicy vanilla pod paired with an incredibly fluffy cloudy and buttery musk and amber make Must de Cartier float figuratively. A swab of Zibet and Tonka crowns the perfume and makes it pulsate on and around the wearer. Must de Cartier radiates a very adult, sensual, warm, spicy, creamy and gently smoked elegance and grace as rarely experienced. Pure perfection paired with sensual decadence!
Must de Cartier has a unique signature that is very impressive and powerful. I know only a few perfumes that say so charmingly and at the same time dominantly: "I am here!!!". A perfume that truly lets the air burn and hardly tolerates other perfumes in the room. Might sound bad, but it's not! Must de Cartier is very strong in its sillage and durability, but by no means overwhelming. Must de Cartier is comparable to a meter long cashmere scarf, which looks tons heavy, but basically does not weigh much. Or a protective, soft cashmere blanket that gives a warm, fluffy, sensual and delicate feeling to the bare skin. Must de Cartier should be worn preferably in autumn and winter, because its high proportion of cinnamon and tangerine notes evokes very Christmassy associations. No perfume what one should put on without hesitation in consciousness one would not attract attention with it. You definitely do! And a minimal dose is enough for that. Must de Cartier is probably one of the most beautiful and elegant walls against which a man can run in my opinion. But if this is true for some other ladies who run against it, do I strongly doubt it? Unless she's wearing it herself, maybe that's the reason!
Evil is who thinks evil!