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You know the land where the lemons bloom?
Juicy delicious lemon scent with good shelf life! I'm thrilled! In the heat, there is nothing better than lemon ice to cool down inside. Now there's Italian Zest. It makes me feel fresh and cool like a lemon sorbet, garnished with three leaves of lemon balm. Clearly a summer fragrance, also suitable for the office. You won't get on anyone's nerves with that - you'll see, the scent doesn't just lift your spirits!
The lemons are right there, you can almost taste them. Below it, the Granny Smith, very easily. The bamboo reminds me more of lemon balm. Then white roses and jasmine. Musk, cedar and amber round the whole thing off.
The bottle is simple - the only thing I don't like is the yellow cap. Faded plastic that has been lying too long in the sun. On the packaging the Faraglioni rocks before Capri in the sea. Bite kitschy, but strangely enough, I even like it. I want to go to Capri now! Gondola through Italy in an old, rickety car. The radio plays ancient hits - I set to full volume and sing along. Feel free like once the parents or grandparents in the 50s, 60s - Italy - longing goal of the Germans since Goethe. On Capri, take a fishing boat to the Blue Grotto and wander alone across the island. In the evening sit by the sea with a view of the Faraglioni, a glass of Limoncello in your hand, shout ahoy to the sailing yachts and then become quiet. Watch the sun sink into the sea as a glowing red ball of fire and become even quieter when the moon illuminates the rocks.