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Citrusy light, tart-green, vanilla-creamy.
That I like fragrances in which light and heavy scents are in perfect balance with each other should be no secret. I own "Naxos" from the house of Xerjoff, for example, in which tangy citrus prevents an olfactory sticky-sweet honey existence. "Uden" from the Shooting Stars collection also knows how to prevent a too heavy vanilla-amber combination with the help of grapefruit and other tangy notes, and in "Allure Homme Édition Blanche" yet another component, leather, provides a very special twist within this fluffy citrus-vanilla composition. This special, albeit coming about in a different way, can also be found in "Ambra Calabria". At first sniff I hear here again citrus effervescence, which is supplemented only a short time later by vanilla, amber and musk - a familiar, often smelled fragrance concept so?
Well ... not quite.
The special feature of this Nishane fragrance lies in its green impact, which is generated by just green leaves and probably also jasmine, fortunately only very discreetly emerging. In the end, the result is a citrusy, light, discreetly green-hard, well-dosed creamy-sweet good-mood scent, whose spring and summer suitability need not be argued about. Vanilla, amber and musk prevent a citrus-fresh triviality, which we already know from other summer fragrances. In return, the bergamot provides a light vanilla, not too stuffy amber and not too sultry musk. The green notes form the special twist, round everything off, miss a little astringency and in the end, above all, uniqueness.
The sillage is just right for the warm days. No one is annoyed or olfactory bludgeoned. I would even almost think that you can not overspray this fragrance at all. The durability is very good on my skin, by the way. Sprayed on at noon, I could still perceive the fragrance late in the evening without any problems.