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The Hancock of the fragrance universe
By the naming I was already mentally at Marvel, Dc or Disney. After the application then however nevertheless quite fast with Vincent Ngo's "John Hancock".
For those of you who may not know the film, I would like to briefly explain my association here:
In principle, John Hancock would have everything it takes to be a real superhero: he is invulnerable, has unlimited power, can fly and of course is super fast. And basically immortal. At first it sounds like a slightly slimmed-down Superman, but then it develops rather differently. Psychologically, Hancock seems to have a hard time dealing with his role, is always in trouble, causes more damage than he would prevent and is always drunk anyway In the story à la Hollywood, of course, res gives more or less a happy end, here, in our olfactory epic, it ends more like in Romeo and Juliet - with premature death. But enough of that and back to the fragrance:
The top note is very impressive, the sweet fruit mix reminds me of Aventus, as mentioned by some of the previous speakers.
But as with the superhero, these qualities can only outdo the rest of the structure for a very short time. The scent quickly becomes deeper, loses its sweetness and becomes very close. Here I associate a thoughtful hero who critically questions himself and considers whether the price of triumph was not too high after all.
And then everything goes really fast The fruity notes shimmer through every now and then, but before the hero can pull himself together again, he dies tragically.
After about 4 hours the whole magic is over again, so maybe Rancé should have gotten some help from Hollywood...