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This will be difficult - for all concerned
No wonder, the dubious Cyphre-Le Labo costs the whole world, is incredibly exclusive and at first sight not really special
Mousse de Chene 30 throws around a multitude of its 30 correlates right at the beginning. We promptly find ourselves in the middle of the forest - on a rainy day. Dark clouds and branches swallow single bergamot sunrays and plunge them into the undergrowth. Moisture. Oak moss and patchouli inserts fade to spicy cinnamon and bay leaves. A snappy bush! Thorns.
You should get through the green-fresh, slightly spicy-strong exposition, even if you are left standing in the Isfarkand rain. It's worth the wait. Inimitably, MdC 30 awakens consolidation potentials of individual nuances in the cool-warm green spectrum of the forest over time. Crazy.
The new-green-hot beginning gives way to a peppery creaminess. The biting shrub becomes a mossy tree. The rain gives way, thick drops run off the leaves, burning in deep puddles of steaming earth. It is exactly the moment you catch when you step out of the Baie 19 tree hollow after the last watering and this one dancing ray of sunshine hits you, blinds you for a moment and is gone forever. Recap. Short heat gives way to cooler wort - and vice versa. A paradox, ambiguous, schizophrenic and yet by no means schizophrenic! The austere coda bay leaves off, calm, OrmondeJayn's forest pepper smoulders. And then.