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Sahlep with orange blossom water
My first association is sahlep, sweet semolina porridge with orange blossom water. Maybe also a little cardamom. A bit cliché perhaps, but from semolina to fine, soft sand it is then also not far. Nor from the floral water to the light dress, which is not meant to warm, but to protect from the sun. The scent is not nearly as heavy and sweet as I expected - rather creamy light, kind of bleached out to match the name, I would describe it as pleasant but also quite a bit boring (though I also have a cold and maybe my nose shouldn't be trusted too much in that regard right now, so I won't presume to judge the silage). With this fragrance, you're probably not so much spraying on a personality as a feeling that has no pretensions to uniqueness: it's similarly unoriginal yet beautiful as a phrase like "I love you". (Not that I would say that to this fragrance, don't get me wrong, I'm not in love with it by any means. I do find him a little endearing, though. Kind of!)
Once vanilla and tonka get mixed in, I'm back to mush and it does get sweeter. Also goes well with Sahlep, whose sugar content must somehow be slightly above the pain threshold, and from the second half of the glass the sweetness always scratches in my throat.
On me, this fragrance does not seem particularly complex, rather comforting, friendly and simple. Soulfood just :>
(Many thanks to Nurmalso for the sample!)