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Little uncle seeks happiness!
"Mr. Bojnokopff's Purple Hat," the name already suggests that what is being served here will be extremely niche
When I comment on scents, it always follows the same pattern. It starts with a nasal blind tasting. The chance that completely different pictures appear in your head is much higher than if you always keep an eye on the pyramid.
In a further run we check if the, or what from the pyramid seems plausible and if there is a delta, this is also discussed. Today I also want to share some notes with you, which were made in the first round:
What's the name of Pippi Longstocking's horse?; Mr. Nilsson?;
Note for headline: "Little Uncle seeks happiness!";
first horse, then shampooed, good smelling horse; still horse!!!;
shares chords with Maduro?! Is it that stable pineapple jasmine
Note from Cedrat Bois that makes me think of a horse or his dwelling here?;
slightly ozonated leather?; flowers with chlorine leather? (must be the abrasion from the saddle!);
Base inconspicuous, almost boring (= boring)
most characteristic scent:
Annie Leibovitz takes pictures of Jolly Jumper armed with a saddle, who is already a bit "schasaugert" (note: viennese for short-sighted, blind) and thinks he is tearing up a red apple. In reality he crushes his headgear. (I am aware that the name of the perfume inspires me!)
Of course I don't know what Rasei Fort the perfumer was thinking, but for me Mr. Bojnokopff is most likely a horse. It wouldn't be the Parfumo platform if you couldn't give an expert opinion on the breed. Is Jolly Jumper a breed?
I would not think of a gourmand or a semi-gourmand here. Lavender has a broad spectrum from highly aromatic to contemporary, this so-called "lavender chocolate" is, according to my impressions of scent, at best served to a mounted quadruped. Cocoa or chocolate? Not a trace! The stable-boy rather tries to bribe the maid for a rendezvous in the neighboring village with it.
This topic simply lasts too long. And then this discreet ozone-like leather saddle veil hangs protectively over flowers until it gives way to an unobtrusive, skin-tight feel-good base. Only it doesn't save the fragrance for my nose anymore. This scent could perhaps work better on ladies, although I am not squeamish about unisex scents.
The mention of Oud in the base took me quite by surprise. Really fecal doesn't seem like anything at all. Medically, anyway. It smells more like the animal than the digestion result and even if more in the front than in the base. Of the notes listed here, a mush of guaiac wood, as the dominant note, seems most likely to me. To test such a thing is of course fun, I don't want to wear it outside and also at home I have a veto