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The Dreamer! Already the name sounds seductive. But already at the look in the fragrance pyramid came to me slight doubts. Iris sounded good at first, this note is mainly responsible for fragrances like Dior Homme, Prada L'Homme, Valentino Uomo Intense or Givenchy Gentleman. So completely after my taste. That mixed together with juniper and tarragon though? Hmmm... never mind, Blindbuy and ready...
Well, but was unfortunately nothing! One notices the fragrance in any case, that he comes from a good house, so much is already sent in advance. Me shoots in the opening as well as in the further course of the fragrance but constantly spicy cinnamon in the nose, although this is not listed in the fragrance pyramid. I feel the same way about Joop Ice, although cinnamon is obviously not a component there either. Possibly this scent perception in Dreamer also results from the mix of iris and juniper. Whatever the case, this spicy scent somehow doesn't fit with the lovely powdery iris and, for me, unfortunately completely ruins the quite beautiful composition that shines through. This spicy undertone dominates the entire course of the fragrance, which is why I can't understand the relationship to Prada L'Homme that is often mentioned here. Rather, I see here a similarity to the already mentioned Joop Ice.
Basically, however, The Dreamer remains a beautiful fragrance. It must just fit fragrance-technically. The flacon is noble, the fragrance is high quality, the sillage is subtle but good, the durability can also be seen and the price is favorable. Unfortunately, my expectations of the fragrance, however, were not met, although it could actually fit after the many previous fragrance descriptions. This cinnamon-spicy undertone is, however, unfortunately so disturbing, as if there is somehow something does not want to fit together. For me, once again, proof not to rely on other scent descriptions, but to test for yourself...