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Another kind of assault
5:00 a.m.: Torn away from the warmth of the comfortable bed. 6:00 a.m.: Thrown into the dark darkness of the cold cold. 6:40 a.m.: Robbed in the S-Bahn. The killer: a perfume called Seta. The victim: Female, not single, not young (no 1992 film), sees no reason to complain, prefers to roll up in her own protective scarf until it is cut from her neck.
If the "victim" had wanted to place an ad, it might have read like this:
Oh, oh, Officer, I've seen hab´s coming. It didn't happen that spontaneously. What came there had already been announced more than an hour before. Smoothly vanilla with saffron and lemon. Could've been taken for anise too. Heavenly, I tell you. Then it got dark in myrrh and then, on the subway, it overrun me. The mixture of vanilla and myrrh was too beautiful. Apart from that it became flowery with a little hairspray. Do you think something's hurting me? No, of course not. I'm always like this. Now they can smell my scarf. Isn't this balsamic finish of vanilla, resin and sandalwood delightful?
Surely one would have led the "victim" friendly, but certainly to the door of the police section.
With three sprays, the perfume doesn't look as heavy and sweet as the test surface would suggest. All values are put into perspective and in the fresh, cool air the perfume seems to pick up speed, lively and absolutely ingratiating. Although silky soft, I don't associate "Seta" with silk. You won't find a completely unexpected and innovative composition, but I didn't expect that either. I find this vanilla-resin-wood combination all around beautiful and would like to thank widow Bolte for the sharing. After the consumption of the bottling, the purchase of a bottle could follow. The cuddle alarm lasts at least 12 hours and I find the Sillage medium strong and not overwhelming when I wear it