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The animal in a clean scent
Wow, I thought at the first test, but the scent is a definite statement. You'd rather wear it on weekends, when in case of doubt no angry mob wants to kick you out of public transport. Contrary to this assessment, the paper strip with the scent attracted me very much.
Tristitia, the sadness. Wherever she may be right now, she's not sitting on me. My emotional barometer shows Sunday neutrality. The scent barometer, on the other hand, shows fascination and pleasure - in a scent that will probably be judged "controversially" on Parfumo.
There's no way around it, "Tristitia" smells animal. Clearly! As if mothers had tried desperately to free their father's work clothes from the smell of the stable. Washed with the hottest detergent brand Super Power flower. Pre- and main wash. It didn't work out. Now it smells on the clothesline like light roses in the animal pong with a little soap.
Translated: Oud and Zibet meet immediately after spraying. The redirection of perception to the bright rose notes only works for me after a few minutes, with the result that I rate "Tristitia" as a bright, animalistically sharp, nervous and at the same time clean fragrance. No fabric softener vanilla and jasmine visible on the surface. However, jasmine is likely to provide a consistently bright animal appeal throughout the entire lifetime of the fragrance. Amber crystallizes more clearly at the end, where I also rate the perfume as somewhat softer. On shelf life: you make a daily pact. To the Sillage: strong.
Conclusion: "Tristitia" is an animal-floral composition, stinks and still pleases me well.