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I speculated on a Montale and had several creations on the short list, which then decimated to three aspiring buyers.
If my husband is my companion, he taps with a sure hand on a bottle and announces irrefutably: This one here.
When my father was present, he said, "Take all three.
Men are decisive - and want to " get done ".
If the girlfriend is there she says: spray all three - and we stroll another hour.
A time-consuming but safe variant.
So we strolled with my three favorites Mango Manga, Powder Flowers and Boise fruite through the city.
All three scents seemed to fit at first - but unfortunately the manga suddenly showed musty and the Powder Flowers turned into bubbles.
Only the boise hardly changed, but remained pleasantly woody fruity on my skin, and redeemed its title faithfully.
No surprises - but no bad ones either.
Petitgrain gives the woody woody a tart fruitiness similar to the coolness of Neroli.
The scent gives you peace and quiet.
Maybe some forest peace.
The lime appears citrically fresh, but not sour.
Vetiver is the loose forest soil on which the delicately bitter violet thrives.
Sandal nestles and a note of eucalyptus blows over it.
This final chord was really a surprise - but a welcome one.
For me the winner was now clear.
Boise Fruite is what he seems to be.
I like this honest attitude - not only with scents