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In chapter 4 of the world-famous work "The Little Prince" by A. de Saint-Exupéry, the narrator wants to know that the main protagonist is actually from the asteroid B-612. Be-six-douze actually exists, even if under a different name. A fragrance from space. I'm curious...
For risks and side effects read the package insert and ask your doctor or pharmacist - because the beginning is harsh and if you hold your nose too close to your wrist, associations of a mentholated topical ointment shoot into your mind. This is probably already the cedar of heart notes, bold and fresh and quite green!
B-612 is ethereal green, but becomes much softer over time due to different woods and the everlasting "shady" lavender. This lavender is always present when the nose allows some distance to the action and then forms a part of barbershoppiness. The scent is a rather classic fougére scent with a distinct cedar note, which is something to keep in mind. Cedar and lavender go hand in hand and fit together quite well - the woods, patchouli and oakmoss do the darker work. B-612 looks coherently pine wood and exactly then it doesn't correspond to the idea of a relatively naked asteroid in space. The prince seems to have landed on Earth for a short time...
The sweetness at the end is very reserved, a little bitter and hardly worth mentioning. You shouldn't expect an oriental Sillage-Wummser here, but on the performance side he does quite well and stays on my skin all day long.
In short, with B-612 one gets a green-blue fougére, which finds a wonderful - not very sweet - middle between cedar freshness and shadow lavender. And that far away from the earth mainstream - far away in space.