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Universal or universal (Latin "comprehensive, comprehensive, worldwide")
Pretty positive, I think, or ?
Bleu de Chanel EDT is my signature fragrance because it is universal. This sounds sober and not very emotional, but hits the nail on the head !
After many years, in which I did not miss anything with only 1.5 fragrances, I lost my way on this website. An interesting odyssey began. After countless perfumery visits, deception and bottling, I have become acquainted with many facets of current fragrance compositions.
Most of them were very interesting, but not suitable for everyday use. Oud, smoke, animal, mulled wine, lemon sorbet, urine, moor etc. - not for me. It took me a while to find a fragrance that I liked and that can be used not only in very selected situations and moods.
When I go out of the house I don't look at the air pressure, humidity, temperature, moon phase or if there is any pollen in the air. I also do not want to analyse my prevailing mood before I choose a fragrance. I want a fragrance that (almost) always fits.
Ok, with an armada of niche fragrances I could perhaps increase my dopamine output by 5-10 percent in a few situations, but I don't need to.
My impression of the scent:
Bleu opens with mint and a yuzu-like citrus note with a touch of violet carried by pepper. There is a warm counterbalance of nutmeg and other notes that I do not recognize exactly. Vetiver, grapefruit and cedar get the heart going,
This is quite conventional, but produces a very nice cool freshness. The grapefruit and cedar mate with a woody ozone-rich aura. The base becomes warmer, with patchouli, a very small synthetic ? Incense notes, followed by sandalwood and the ambroxan base that so often gets criticized.
I like this course very much.
That's all I need at the moment :-)