A clattering shower of lemon bonbons pours all over me. The delicious lemon flavor of my childhood - concise, intense, tasty. Besides "Nuvol de Llimona" this is the most intensive scent of a citrus fruit I got from a perfume up to now. It lasts even about an hour. The shower of lemon bonbons gets more and more harmless, but the pleasure of the yellow candy stays the same. And I liked the lemon ones always better than the orange ones. After the rain is over the scent transforms into a powdery gourmand. Transitionally the scent comes across quite substantial and aromatic. I can sense the honey comb and yes, it reminds me of honey, but not as sticky & sweet as pure honey because I also clearly sense the wax. After the metamorphosis is completed a wonderful scent of tonka and caramel comes across, very powdery, slightly talcy. It reminds me of "Talc Gourmand" or "Talco Delicato" at times, but not as talcy as if you were stuck in a powder tin. It's more like a soft talc cloud around the other gourmand notes. The rain left a bath filled with powder behind one may like to lay in willingly. So mainly this is a delicious gourmand - juicy, citric and loud at first, then pleasantly powdery, cuddly and more and more soft. With its moderate lasting power "Unkown Pleasures" is just right for me to not be surfeited by it. Over time I discovered that with foodie gourmands less is more. If you don't have the smell around you all day long, they are less unnerving. So the effect of mouthwatering lasts longer each time you push the sprayer. Therefore "Unknown Pleasures" indeed uncovers hidden joys, but I would like to even call it: bringing back forgotten joys from the childhood. Thank you very much John Pegg, for giving me this olfactory experience.