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Yeah, fuck you!
107 attempts the good "Holz" Michel is said to have used for "Woody Perfecto"? :) Who knows, who knows - but I find the concept with the following "test data" very interesting. Even if there is a lot of myth, interpretation and winking. But when such a fine gourmandvetiver (!) comes out at the end, I don't give a damn about marketing and co. - this is a board, exactly to my taste! Not for nothing these are still my two favourite olfactory "genres".
"Woody Perfecto" - the name is a bit misleading, I would clearly not push the creation into the woody corner. Unless you count vetiver as wood. Which, strictly speaking, you could do. To me, however, the fabric always seems rather green, medical and distinguished without end. And Woody Perfecto is no exception. Only much more playful and "edgier" by roasting aromas and a dark leather jacket on top of everything. Together this results in a brown-green liquorice feeling, also slightly nutty, which I rarely smelled. A consistent and clear mix of "Vetiver Tonka" and the vetiver of Sven Pritzkoleit. Also the extreme version by Guerlain goes a little in this direction. "Woody Perfecto" makes this outstandingly balanced, stylish and playful at the same time. For such a result you can try and fiddle about 100 times ;-)
Flacon: would fit well in a chemical laboratory
Sillage: suitable for everyday use, with leather jacket into the reed office
Durability: satisfactory 7 hours (sometimes clearly more)
Conclusion: a rather unusual and round liquorice vivant - delicious & stylish!