Translated Show originalShow translation
The Great Dane wants black tea in winter...
Dear people, I tested this fragrance today more because of a small incident, more about that in a moment. :)
Le Labo, a brand that always aroused my interest, but which received little attention. All the more I was pleased to receive this sample the other day.
Well, it lay glued on a strip of cardboard on my desk for about 3 weeks. That's where she would be lying now. However, my Frenchie has probably expressed great interest today ...
Only 15 minutes out of the house, after returning home I noticed an unknown smell already when unlocking the door! Moooooment, the Hubd doesn't come to the door & 15 min before it didn't smell in my apartment like in a perfumery. Dog lies quite innocently on the sofa and smells similar ..., what may have happened.
The Great Dane stands on cardboard and has bitten the minisprayer..., now he smells:( Well, I can't be angry with him & thank god nothing happened, except that I had to ventilate well.
Now for the scent, already n great! The teen note is very present, I must say that I clearly prefer to smell tea than drink it. Here paired with a great fruity note, which can be assigned to the fig. I mean to perceive some black currant as well. Anyway, it's not candy-sweet. I blame the vetiver for this, but it never becomes dominant & the fragrance could well make it appealing for vetiver opponents. You don't have to be afraid of musk here either.
A great fragrance, which I can imagine very well in spring and autumn, but also in the rest of the year.
So? How do you say, dogs have the better noses (Barney throws approvingly), so if he has already made the choice ;)
See you soon, my dears!)