Already in my statement I had complained about the - let's say: very delicate - structure of the fragrance. And this circumstance is extremely regretted at the same time, because I really liked the little I could smell.
That's why I recently enjoyed participating in the sharing. Thanks to Strangelove for finding this great offer and organizing the sharing!
Now that I have been able to test the fragrance more extensively, my impression is that it is precisely this restraint that is the concept of the fragrance. Like Supi, I too would assume that Iso E Super is the actual main actor of the fragrance. A material, which, according to my limited experience so far, I can definitely derive something from. In Lalique's "Perles" this component fascinates me very much. Solar Bloom now has a quality that Perles also has: the scent emerges, just as one had thought it had completely vanished, suddenly reappears.
Solar Bloom evokes a woody freshness with a slight sweetness of coconut water. Orange blossom almost completely goes under with me and also bergamot or other Zirtusfrische I cannot notice.
For me a beautiful summer scent, no holiday scent, no South Sea or Mediterranean feeling, but childhood on the Isar. The smell of sunshine on Isar gravel (yes, they have a smell!), mixed with dried driftwood, now and then you can find a piece of charred wood from one of the numerous barbecue places that the last flood spread over the gravel bank. And above all: sun on the skin!
An enchanting fragrance, delicate and shimmering, disappearing much too quickly and unexpectedly recalling the rest of the day now and then.
I am now excited about "Nue au Soleil" and hope that the sharing will take place. Maybe an Isard scent, too?