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Shakespeare in love
"Defile my hand, my daring hand, oh image of salvation, and I will atone for it sweetly. Two pilgrims, my lips tend to sweeten the harsh pressure in the kiss..."
These lines from Shakespeare's "Romeo & Juliet" could hardly describe the scent of "La Mia Perla" more aptly.
In the beginning the scent seemed beautiful, but also somehow insignificant. Not knowing what effect he was capable of, my nose hastily pressed the stamp "leichte Kost" and "Allerweltsdamenduft" on him.
A big mistake, as it soon turned out. Despite its enormous delicacy, this fragrance has character.
This love poem in scented form is not a simple platitude. There is indeed sincere passion at play here, albeit of a more subtle nature. The eroticism that resonates in the creamy-powdery nuances is difficult to grasp, although it is omnipresent. "La Mia Perla" wonderfully balances the innocent sweetness with the enchanting enamel of the senses. In this fragrance there is a desire for complete devotion, a sensual intensity, which remains restrained to the everyday use, but is no less capable of eliciting a longing sigh.
The intimacy and also the deep desire that Shakespeare's words quoted at the beginning of this commentary resonate with, also emanates from this wafer-thin, incredibly lovely scent. A quiet siren song, hardly to be surpassed in femininity.
If you like it tender and sensual, you could love "La Mia Perla".