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Crumbled and sanded all over the place
Here I have a funny-seltsame idea when I smell "Adventure":
Someone stops his car on a dusty road in Arizona to eat a dry roll. He drinks lukewarm mineral water from a "Gallon-bottle" to swallow the crumbs. He loses a lot of dusty lumps, which are then carried everywhere by the wind.
The sand crunches under his sandals, and he curses quietly to himself, "If only I were already at home. To enjoy my Milly's delicious food!!"
And he smells of his aftershave of the morning.
And this mixture makes it possible to describe the scent to some extent.
Dry, dusty heat that tickles like pepper in the nose. In addition a light, green-dry fruitiness.
The pimento then adds a scoop. Like the hot burning noon sun of the Wild West.
Only after longer wearing time the smell becomes a little bit milder, later even "cool", like nights in the desert, if the temperature drops strongly
A cedary-harsh hint and an aroma of earthy grass.
I don't want to tear up a scent "in the air" here, but this is my very personal impression, although "Adventure" is still an olfactory work of art.
On my skin it is just a bit too "sharp" for me like grains of sand that are blown at me by the wind.
And a little too dry - hot, as just so strangely described.
The heat creates a "water on the road flicker", even though there is only sand....