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Are you a fool?
Sometime I had once got the bright green shower gel from my roommate, he had then given the smallest size and left it to me, because it has triggered his hippie hatred too much. Anyway, he knew exactly what a "goth patchouli" was and what a "hippie patchouli" was.
Months pass, there I see, no particularly convinced Lushie, that there is this fragrance also as EdP and dive without further ado a few ml of American Cream (this one I love very much!) against Lord of Misrule.
By now I'm on the verge of buying a whole bottle, because this scent is just beautiful. I am infatuated with this fool prince. Despite that this juggles with the three notes great, it is not particularly hippiesque for me.
Just when the drearier side of spring weather is more prevalent now, it's a great scent that isn't wintry despite its heavy depth. But maybe only I see it that way and the rest of the world would wear it only in freezing cold.
Patchouli and vanilla are evenly matched, I don't know if it's the pepper or the vanilla, but after the patchouli rain scent note, in its sweetest form, wears off a bit, the scent becomes almost powdery on my skin. And then it stays that way and lasts, very well in fact.
It definitely makes me want to try sweet patch scents through again that are a bit more herbaceous.