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What am I gonna do with you? At times, I can have pretty good what you do. I prefer to sort other things back into the lower shelves. For example, your anisy- sweet start, immediately underlaid with vanilla, unfortunately touches the drugstore scent, always when it gets a slightly green-spicy spice.
A few minutes pass before you catch the sweetness and transform the spice into an elegant Meinetwegen Wacholder note (I would also have said pepper), whose airiness and woodiness remind me of your older sibling fragrance 'Juniper Sling'. You're making it a little better. BETTER, not totally great, I think there's a lot of light artificial wood on board already now
At the same time I sense a furry Nennen-wir-es fig, whose fruit note I find quite "general", and which therefore seems to me to be assembled (possibly with the participation of the leaf green of black currant). Pretty sweet, too. The lavender can't be asked twice and also contributes its honey-sweet appearance, yes, it looks almost baking-aroma-like, nix herbaceous, nix bitter, nix sting... Well, apart from a sting in the tooth maybe it has so much sweetness.
The energizing twitchiness simply flattens everything. I am thinking of objects of comparison of different unpleasantness. Joop's 'Nightflight' and Eight & Bob's 'Egypt' still went, but Tesori d' Orientes 'Africa' was gruesome. Tea? So please... Completely hyperglycaemic would be the.
I'm beginning to wonder if my little sample is over, because I don't get my impressions over with those of other reviewers.
At noon I cling to a touch of green herbaceousness. At first I think of wormwood, but what is meant here is probably the green and herbaceous part of lavender, which is allowed to go for it again. Unfortunately, his contribution is limited to the immediate proximity to the skin, because on top of it an ugly, cheesy plastic vanilla develops in the afternoon, which in combination with the remaining lavender sweetness - variatio delectat - now has something of a back aroma of the vanilla variety. Below it annoys a meanwhile quite penetrating, light wood note, which gets through all too clearly particularly with warmth
Conclusion: The Mag-ich phase with the juniper is definitely too short for me. I don't find the rest successful.
I thank Gerdi for the rehearsal.