Top Review 19
Man without horse
"A man without a belly is not a man" (or something like that) is written in many a poetry album of a man in his late forties... But a man without a horse - is like a cup without a handle. What remains then (in case of manageable financial circumstances) is the (used?) horse blanket of Hermes after which allegedly Rocabar should smell... With the best will - who has never sat in a car of a horse fool (horse fool), to whom the smell - which inevitably welds itself into the upholstery - is completely indifferent, does not know what he says, if he (I, you, he, she, it) claims Rocabar would smell like horse (inside) or horse blanket...
Dear fools (horses): the good news in advance. Rocabar does not smell like a horse. Even if you stand motionless for 3 hours with riding crop in the living room and stare at the ticking clock on the wall.
The scent: In predominantly English-speaking forums, one is disappointed again and again that the first hour is phenomenal the scent but then would digress into triviality.
What is true: Rocabar smells equally fresh/clean as balsamic/spicy/soft. The vanilla (ouch) which appears in the last third also acts here not at all like a foreign body - Rocabar is hermestypisch super balanced... and impresses more. like the here so hyped "Eau".
Many a one goes before rapture in the knees and stands with Arthroseschäden not so fast again up. Understandable (the rapture).
The scent "roc't" and smells very high quality.
Remains only to hope that some CEO of a leading French cosmetics company before he bites in the morning with unbrushed teeth in a piece of Brie, has mercy, pauses and reflects on the old reformulation - that has namely more Bumms.
And anyone hoping for horse here will be disappointed. Possibly hopping with
Alcohol or drug abuse Lady Loxley with tangled hair and look in moonlit night over the paddock...