Yes, but surely there is an oxygen chord, an ice chord too, Augusta snorts, I can smell it in this top note. The nostrils open, a deep breath. This prelude is lined with green and glue, solvents as far as I'm concerned, yes that sounds horrible, but is really decisively different and smells extremely good! Short shallow breathing, deep inhalation follows. This isn't aromatherapy, it's more of a flavor experiment, and there's nothing wrong with breathing exercises.
The transition into a somewhat treacherous-looking jasmine is perfectly veiled by this well-known-looking synthetic and pleasantly pungent almost-sweetness with a green coat of paint. And with lots of air, right from the start. The fragrance is airy, not ethereal, neither fantasy nor closeness to nature.
Rather cold and heat from the fire in the snow. Admittedly, it fits. You can also leave the picture aside and simply find the scent white, green, slightly resinous, and only then flowery. The top note is upside down and as permeable as possible. That's why AugustA considers this fragrance one of the most exciting in her collection. The effect is inspiring in the sense of awakening, arousing curiosity for more and for other things. The different here is the jamsin. It glows and blazes in white, white and white. Not Indian, not meaty. But hot and cool at the same time. Accompanied by a dry and a resinous wood note. Let's face it - I don't know anything like this.
This wonderful peculiarity with flashlight feeling in the snow when the sun glistens violently remains for a while, but fades into the background in favour of this gentle and light-footed, almost weightless jasmine wood note that lasts a long time. Always ghosting back and forth on the skin and in perception.
Flickering light, hot and cold at the same time. Fascinating. Intellectually appealing and heartwarmingly exciting at the same time. With your first breath you land on an ice planet, with the constantly glistening sun and this strange strangeness that is so familiar to you.