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Parfumo commentary victim thanks humbly!
After "Vie de Château Intense", which came to me as a blind purchase and immediately conquered a place in my heart, I now indulge in "Eau Noble". On vacation I simply had too much time to keep an eye on the souk - and there the temptation, I must confess, became overwhelming in several cases. But in my defence I have to say: I am completely innocent here, the helpless victim of two commentators on Parfumo! With "Vie de Château Intense" it was Turandots description of the fragrance that pushed me over the threshold - and with "Eau Noble" it was Pluto's commentary that magically pushed, pulled and dragged my index finger onto the "Contact" button. Believe me, I tried heroically to defend myself, but they were just stronger! And for this my heartfelt thanks, together with: Kiss the hand and shameless servant! Thank you for your fragrance descriptions, which create perfumes like an olfactory emotional painting in my mind's eye. In this FAll, the two apparently allied themselves with another perfuma, which generously placed a bunker bottle in the souk - and whose additions to the fragrance, I fear, will continue to fuel the overfilling of my perfumery as well as the underfilling of my account.
Unfortunately, it is not so often in life that fantasy coincides with reality - or is even surpassed by it, but with "Eau Noble" this was clearly the case.
The classification as fresh citric doesn't suit my nose. At the very beginning I smell citrus, for me rather lime, less sour than lemon, but also here the scent is already underlaid with pale green-mild-resin-like petting moss. The green, only a hint of bitter sage aroma is warmly embedded in a mossy, very soft earthy note - like a spring in a high forest on a summer day, on whose shore sage grows. Very calm and confident. It is a classic fragrance in the sense of straightforward, not exuberant, a perfume with clear direction and clear style. The name goes perfectly with the fragrance. It has something noble, distinguished, withdrawn - and is far from being boring, arbitrary or confusing.
A real new sweetheart in my perfume drawer! Only "Essence Noble" from the same house could become dangerous for him, because the only drop of bitterness is his stamina. But in this case it says: The glass is by far more than half full - and this gives me an excuse why I have the pocket sprayer on my desk ready to hand so that I can simply spray it later.
Clear test recommendation to really ALL, but especially to those who otherwise make a large bow around oakmoss. This fragrance could also surprise skeptics!