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Very helpful Review
Noble "Spaniard" who touches the heart
Fragrances are always a matter of taste and they touch every person differently. My first impression of Acqua di Colonia - Peau d'Espagne was very positive. He greeted me spicy, fresh and flowery and yes, a little bit of Spain is already flaring up there. In spite of the freshness, something heavy resonates with or rather complex with...
Just the fact that the fragrance was created in 1901 does something to me. That this "Spaniard" is still available today speaks for itself. That's really impressive.
After the greeting, I find that it becomes more and more green-flowery, accompanied by a smoky note. Very slowly the leather also comes through. Unfortunately I don't go d'accord with the diagram, because I feel leather only as a player in the background. Has for me absolutely nothing to do with leather scents such as TL.
The mixture of oriental, green, animal and floral fragrances with smoky and slightly leathery ones is simply a pleasure. One should not confuse it with sweet, which is not my direction at all. It never seems penetrating or too heavy, but complex, noble and balanced. A round thing that also makes a statement. It is worth mentioning that harzig is also part of the show and at least for me he is a central theme of the Spanish show, as well as the birch
I would classify the fragrance as a men's fragrance, but I can understand very well that women also like to wear it.
Like I said, he's doing something with the strap and I only find nice things...
For me a clear purchase for special moments.