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Very helpful Review
Why is there straw lying there? uh hay?!
I'll tell you what: Fascinating.
Right at the first test, I thought to myself, this smells like hay. I hadn't known that about a scent like that before. I find Erawan unusual, even unique - in a positive way. He stands out very clearly from the umpteenth rose, the 500th oud and the countless repeated fragrance themes and dares to go a new way.
In Thai, Erawan is a mythical elephant that has the magical ability to make rain. I can't smell the rain here, though. The fragrance has a rather pleasant dryness for me - I would almost draw a certain parallel to the powderiness of Iris
Perhaps it is because I grew up in the country - at least this hay aroma radiates a certain cosiness and security to me. Just like children playing on the farm in the straw, or a romantic date on the hayloft of the old barn.
All other notes of the fragrance description play a subordinate role for me and are difficult for me to identify in detail. I think that's also intentional, because they subordinate themselves to the actual theme of the fragrance, as I perceive it, and provide a harmonious cohesion.
For friends of extraordinary scents, which should nevertheless be wearable, absolutely recommendable.