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He's in the background
There are set scents, you have to mourn them, you can't help it. However, there are also set scents, you can mourn them, but you don't have to.
Background belongs to the second category. Sweet is understandable. But spicy? There's almost nothing spice in it. So spicy is different. Sunscreen, yes it is, but I wouldn't know that sunscreen contains spices. But it doesn't matter, it brings a bit of 80s feeling with it, without swinging the big club of soap right away.
Something raspberryy-estragoney comes with the prelude. But where anise, bergamot, lavender and lemon are supposed to be, I don't quite see. Often something new is created by skilful composition of individual ingredients. Well, this was made here, too. However, this material makes it extremely difficult for me to smell out the details and the overall composition has, I'm sorry to say, only a few nuances and is quite monotonously knitted.
This also applies to the middles, which should actually be flowery. Well, the bitter-sweet raspberry brew takes a step back. But flowery? Also here I have problems to recognize details, because again everything is arranged rather one-dimensional. Yes, it has something feminine about it, which could be interpreted as flowery, and the scent generally gives me the impression that it is unisex. I find it hard to see him as a pure men's fragrance
The base, however, can be sniffed a little better again. But the lack of facets also pulls the base to its side and... yes, straight from alpha to omega. If you can like it, you might even wish for a certain straightforwardness in some other fragrances, but I'm simply missing something here. Or he just has too much unisex.