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With such a name the interest of the inclined perfume lover is almost inevitably aroused. Since I am also a big fan of sweet fragrances and also the vanilla can win so much, had absolutely a bottling her.
What surprised me at the very first test was that this fragrance - unlike what you would expect from Initio and its name - comes across as rather monothematic. For me Absolute Aphrodiasac remains a vanilla scent from beginning to end. The Bibergeil (which caused me some concern before) proves to be harmless and only adds a discreet animal note to the top note of the fragrance. Also the white flowers can be guessed at most.
Thus the vanilla always remains in the lead in the further process, although in the opening hour the leather also flashes out again and again shyly, before it then completely disappears. The dominant vanilla is a smooth, feather-soft and at no time scratchy feel-good vanilla, which gets rid of its initial animal note, but rather tame and cuddly innocent than seductive. Even the musk, which gradually reveals itself, no longer lends a dramatic twist to this pleasantly sweet overall constellation.
As far as the cotton candy mentioned many times here is concerned, yes, I too can recognise it, although for me the association of a velvety plush vanilla bed remains clearly more concise.
So is this - as the name implies - the unbridled seducer whose attraction one (or woman) succumbs to without resistance? I don't think so. What you get with Absolute Aphrodiasac, however, is an inviting, gently attracting vanilla scent that invites you to snuggle up and makes you want to spend nice and cosy hours together, especially in dirty weather.