Yesterday Haze (2014)

Yesterday Haze by Imaginary Authors
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Yesterday Haze is a popular perfume by Imaginary Authors for women and men and was released in 2014. The scent is fruity-sweet. It is still in production.

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Josh Meyer

Fragrance Notes

Tree bark, Fig, Fruity notes, Iris, Cream, Tonka bean, Walnut



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The scent of a happy past
The first follow-ups of some of the authors of Imaginary Authors were published. And with "Yesterday Haze" Lenora Blumberg managed to create a very beautiful story. The love story of a woman and the man of her heart that can only secretly love each other due to their life circumstances. He is the pilot of a crop duster, she's the wife of the farmer whose fields and plantations he flies over. And yet there is a longing for freedom that ultimately moved her to reveal the affair. What the husband has done to her lover in the end is open, but it has to have become a happy ending, despite the turbulences, because the smell does not spread a negative mood.

It really is a seductive and gorgeous scent that brings the beautiful times of the two protagonists to life. It is dusty indeed but not out of style. The hazy, broad landscape of dark summer days. A dry powderiness which is mixed with a subtle, but cheerful fruit note that reminds me of fruit confections. Picnics of the couple in the plantations when the farmer drove to the city for a few hours. Especially at the beginning the dry powder is also slightly bitter, which actually truly reminds me of walnut shells. So you can see the years go by in the fruit and walnut plantations. The interaction of the fragrance is very comfortable and fits me for any occasion. It converts from fruity to sweet, always covered with the dry powder dust and acts as comfortable and pleasant as one of the many sunsets the two lovers watched away from the farm on a hill.

Lenora Blumberg's first novel "Violet Disguise" was not for me, I could even barely notice it. But she remains true to her style of writing, because both play with dryness and fruitiness and are dusty. But that's the way old novels are and yet there are worlds between these two. A sequel that surpasses the debut by far in my opinion.


Itchynose 8 months ago
Fig cream liqueur with iris petals on top. Great opening but it becomes too dry, powdery and dusty way too quick and for too long.
Starscream 14 months ago
I loved the scent the first time I smelled it. Considered it full bottle worthy. I have come to not enjoy it that much after several uses.+1

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