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Sweets for my sweet
Dear friends of culinary taste,
i smell like Bailey's. Wicked, isn't it? The complete fragrance description would be Baileys with orange slice. End.
Now I'd almost be tempted to send the comment, but that would be a little bit.
But now it is the case that there is no scent process here. Once sprayed it behaves as described above and that's damn delicious.
But I don't really like Bailey's that way. He's more of a girl. If Lumumba with a lot of rum for the man, he'll have to kesseln.
Nevertheless and maybe because of the orange note it has a nice twist, I would even say it gives the whole chocolate cocoa vanilla note a certain light freshness. The fragrance, which is actually an aroma, does not become one-dimensional, even if it does not change any more. Beautiful is in my case that the Sillage remains moderate.
Gourmand smells have the disadvantage with me that they annoy someday. If you sit all day in front of a chocolate cake and have eaten 3 pieces already, you will get sick of the smell at some point. Gourmands usually last an eternity, so this one is no exception. I just don't like repetitions when they are felt in permanent rotation, like sometimes in commercial blocks......
"every 11 minutes somebody gets on my nerves... I'll slap you now"
In general, I ask myself why gourmand fragrances are rather sweet and mostly appeal to women. But apparently this is not the case here, when I look right and see 41.1% male owners.
Maybe I'm just a simple man who likes to put half a cow on the grill instead of turkey in summer, drinks beer instead of alcopops, likes cubic capacity instead of spoilers and open hair instead of buns to women.
Maybe I'm not open-minded enough for cake flavours and I don't say that "male" gourmands have to smell of barbecue or meat. So ala Stroganoff cow Water, Calvin pork, kebab plate prank or Giorgio salami.
To like the smell is one thing, to wear it is another thing, so I prefer to smell scents on my better half. She's a crunchy cookie, too, and she likes that.
Even better would probably be our little one's scent, because well..I call her sometimes lovingly Buffetfräse.
But we will surely find out in the Unisex Kids Test.
Conclusion: A beautiful long-lasting gourmand, which I rather see in the female sex.
Finally I would like to mention that in my opinion perfume is luxury, no matter if it costs 10€ or 100€. You don't need it to live. But it is a luxury that everyone can treat himself to, precisely because there are price ranges of small and large. Of course there are qualitative differences, but at currently 239€ which are called here, you can also buy a box of Baileys and a net of oranges.
But this is up to everyone and I wouldn't want to judge or discuss it.
A Dacia also brings me from A to B, but I want more engine, more comfort and better workmanship I just have to pay more and that's up to everyone.
Certain arguments have a bad expression here, or as we like to say today..D1 language isd vong der Niceigkeit aufm Level Kevin.
I thank Aquaminze very much for the rehearsal and see if I can find a Yes Torty somewhere. Somehow I felt like it.