At the time, I had already rated Zara Emotions N°01 - Vetiver Pamplemousse
very highly and, above all, full of enthusiasm, because the grapefruit seemed very authentic to me and the creation with the gentle vetiver offered a rounded result, especially in combination with the almost ridiculously low price. I am all the more surprised that no one has yet drawn parallels to Jo Malone's creation.
Because this candidate picks up exactly that DNA and actually makes it even more authentic. The grapefruit, which we get served up here, is simply "photorealistic", I'm just thrilled. The components listed in the heart note I am not able to identify, but round off the result beautifully and give it an airy and slightly floral note.
As if that were not enough, flashes in the drydown but actually a beautiful, very gentle vetiver through, which reminds me partly of Hermes fragrances or even, one may be amazed, to Elysium Parfum Cologne
As for the durability, so you can absolutely not complain here. Freshly applied, the fragrance projects very strongly and then remains pleasantly on the skin. I could perceive the fragrance at 3 sprays good 5-6 hours, so I am completely satisfied.
I initially asked myself the question of whether the original Eau Intense DNA, which had this salty and mineral accord, is still perceptible here. This I can definitely deny, I would consider this fragrance as completely independent, he has in my opinion nothing in common with the Light Blue pour Homme Eau Intense
so loved by me. Therefore, praise to D&G, here is definitely what new offered!
Who liked Zara Emotions N°01 - Vetiver Pamplemousse
and has fun with "photorealistic" fruits, which get along without big frills, which can access here without hesitation. For me, one of the best designer releases of recent years and a beautiful addition to the already established Eau Intense.