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Tangerine and lavender = lemony and sweet ???
The first time at LUSH with my adult daughter...we buy "shampoo in one piece" everything is super colorful and the vendors are soooo nice and of course there are scents... "I'm looking for something sweet" I hear myself say and my daughter gives me with quite accuracy a wash card (yes, there really is such a thing) that smells delicious.
We chat with the nice saleswoman about blue hair color and I have some time to see what's going on with the scent on my arm. It's very warm that day and the nice young woman says with surprise in her voice: "Oh, he's developing well with you, though! Test passed, I'll take that with!
The first impression at home is very fruity and citric. Simply super in warm weather. Already after a few minutes it becomes sweeter, the lemony one disappears really fast. Too bad, really. Another ten minutes later I feel strongly reminded of La Vie est Belle, which remains sweet, but becomes creamier. Somewhere in between it has slightly spicy oriental echoes that I cannot classify properly. The bottle contains coumarin, farnesol and geraniol. This impression, sweet and slightly spicy oriental, remains until the end. I like the smell a lot.
It's an Eau de Cologne (it's only written on the back of the bottle ;-)). The shelf life is accordingly short. The bottle, which has a truly minimalist look, also says: "A handmade fragrance with fine essential oils...". It's from LUSH. Here you get the certain feeling already with the purchase mediated. It's "in" shopping right now, Zero Waste and all... I like the store. I like the smell, too