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Creamy summer gourmand
A wonderfully complex fragrance with great quality!
Before I start to describe the fragrance, again a huge thank you to dear Mel for the sample:) Love?
To the fragrance:
Immediately after spraying on a true fruit bomb comes to meet, sweet and creamy already in the prelude. Inevitably jump me the Garnier Fructis- hair shampoos in thoughts, as well as the Erba Gold of Xerjoff, what I was allowed to test a short time ago (do not know the normal Erba Pura yet, but apparently smells not very different?!).
The individual fruits I can not really make out, in any case, it smells very tropical for me, mangoes, passion fruit, even peach (even if the notes are not all in there).
The shampoo note bothers me a bit, makes everything a bit fresher, but that's it. Fortunately, this note spoils quickly and the fragrance becomes gourmandig. The creaminess increases, from minute to minute it becomes fluffier and creamier, like a delicious ice cream dessert, my beloved Solero from childhood comes to mind. I land mentally directly in the summer, on vacation in a warm country.
And now, at the latest, I am finally satisfied, because I have finally found a summery cream scent. Had been looking for a long time! Most fragrances I had tested were fresh and smelled similar to sunscreen, which I rather dislike. Cassiopea is different, ultimately it's more sweet than fresh and more dessert cream than sunscreen.
That's why Cassiopea is definitely a gourmand for me, a summer gourmand to be more precise, even if it fits just as well into autumn.
The floral notes are very subtle and can only be glimpsed. Lily of the valley I smell but out. The further time he becomes for me v.a. simply more and more creamy.
İn the base is then moreover pudriger and the base notes set in.
A Tonka- fan I'm now really not, but here it is exceptionally so wonderfully discreet that it does not bother me at all. Sandalwood is mMn even more discreet, hardly noticeable, I think. Not really woody, but rather from its creamy side. In addition, Cassiopea is calmer in the base, gets a very well-groomed smelling touch as I find and you smell like freshly showered (without smelling very much like shampoo).
The individual notes are subtle, I don't find any note very dominant, which I like immensely about Cassiopea. Also find that it is not at all intrusive or loud.
At the point I would like to emphasize again what a great quality the fragrance has, it does not last extremely long with me, but has a great, unobtrusive sillage!
Finally, a fragrance to melt away remains. So delicious and just perfect for the warm days. The fragrance also makes me very happy, an absolute mood booster for me. And even though they all smell very different, Cassiopea gives me the same feelings as Bal d'Afrique or Santal Complet. I just feel incredibly comfortable and enveloped in a creamy cloud.
And like the other fragrances above, Cassiopea is definitely still wearable in the fall.
Am glad to have found a beautiful gourmand for the summer, which may hopefully soon move in with me!