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Peppery price-performance hammer
Over the admittedly quite short time that I am now actively involved with perfumes, the here has really developed into one of my favorites and was over this winter definitely my everyday fragrance. At only 20€ per 100 ml, you can really do nothing wrong here in my opinion.
The flacon is in my eyes really aesthetically and and cool made. Only the plastic cap clouds the overall picture and looks cheap. Furthermore, I must agree what the size concerns Cyne. The thing is really wide and is therefore rather unsteady in the hand. For me, however, this does not represent a minus, after all, I do not want to go for a walk with the bottle, but take him a maximum of two times a day in the hand.
The sillage is unfortunately rather average what I consider in this fragrance but also not particularly bad. With an everyday fragrance of this kind, you may not necessarily want to take the entire room, so that's fine here. The longevity for me is between 7 and 8, which isn't above average, but definitely too good to mark down as mediocre. Sprayed on in the morning, the fresh notes of the fragrance are still easily perceptible for me in the late afternoon.
The fragrance itself meets exactly the requirements that I place on a stable everyday fragrance: lavender and apple are clearly perceptible and make the fragrance seem fresh, without drifting into the already excessive freshness of a sporty Altherrenduftes à la Cool Water and co. At the same time, it holds a certain sweet spice that makes it stand out without being too overbearing. The peppery opening may seem a little synthetic to some, but I find it really pleasant. So overall, F Black doesn't bring anything extraordinary, but in my opinion, it's exactly what I was hoping for from it. And at a price-performance ratio that is hard to beat.