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"Edwardian Boquet" starts citrous with a fine soapy note changing to light green leaves with a whiff of tangerine. Some flowers are starting to bloom. A delicate fragance I am still thinking. But then the full power of jasmine starts percolating the idyll. Unfortunately for me the carrion kind. I am thinking: What a pity, now "Edwardian Boquet" is spoiled for me. The rose does not rescue that for about an hour. Then slowly the jasmine is drawing back changing to some creamy flowers and gives space for the slightly bitter scent-mix of oakmoss, woods and resin. Still there is a sweet and floral backround but musk is intensifying a more tangy and woody note. This scent is lasting for some hours an yet then, there is appearing something aquatic and gives the "Edwardian Boquet" a lighter touch. One should be loving jasmine in every kind to appreciate this fragance.