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BOSS = Sniffing without worries
After dear Salva triggered me yesterday with his great statement, I packed my things today and went back to the turquoise D to test a flanker from my favourite perfumes. The Boss Bottled line was the starting point for me into the world of fragrances and is therefore something very special for me personally. Boss Bottled Intense is the Spritus rector of the series, simply an incomparably good sweet-spicy scent, especially for colder days.
Can this flanker keep up is now the question? Honestly, I'm a bit brooding about what to make of that smell. The opening is far less sweet than the first floor, and the cinnamon note is also much more restrained. Instead, nutmeg, pepper and cardamom come to the fore, accompanied by a hint of apple, a shy hint of cinnamon, rounded off by bergamot and underscored by vetiver, sandalwood and some cedar. The Boss DNA is recognisable, the musk gives the fragrance a touch of creaminess, suitable for the colder days. Amazingly, however, it does not lack freshness at all. It is not too heavy and retains the uplift of older flankers, but with a more centered character without being boring.
Boss Bottled and Bottled Intense can be imagined as identical twins, the eau de parfum as the child who is born two years later and is too good to play with Lego, but instead starts reading books and graduating from high school, thinking that not everything is bad about his brothers and therefore copies certain character traits.
Christ Hemsworth is the face of Kamapgne. A quick "Guugl" reveals his character traits:
"He has strength and respectability. Hemsworth tends to dress in a utilitarian manner, concerned mostly with convention, practicality, durability, and price. He presents himself as someone who values correctness, control, and precision. All of this stems from the fact that Chris' most prized characteristic is his work."
Hits the nail on the head for whom this fragrance is suitable. An unobtrusive, "correct" fragrance with a little edge ("spiciness") and less playful than the original, for the mature gentleman from 25 years of age who radiates self-confidence, suitable for the working environment, but also sometimes for cheerful evening hours. No sillage and durability monster, no price boxer, but a Boss-typical gentleman fragrance, which embodies modernity without becoming boring. Recommendable!