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Very helpful Review
Masculine (?) Casmîr or a stroll through the Christmas market
There are fragrances that are almost perfectly presented by their advertising faces; Spicebomb is one such. The first time I saw the advertisement for him, in the uncomfortable November while leafing through it
a Vogue (or was it one cubit? Doesn't matter, they all write the same thing anyway) at the hairdresser, I had to
i smiled and felt for a few moments at the sight of the handsome young man
back to ancient Greece and lavish banquets. This may well be due to the fragrant
High gloss pages that had formed to attack my nose.
The prelude comes as a powerful sweetness, but not alone; the peppery nuances are also immediately present and promise more in this direction so as not to leave the sweetness alone in the room. I think that this is a fragrance for men who prefer the direction of "Kouros", "Jean-Paul Gaultier" and similarly powerful "hammers" with an animal touch.
Spicebomb, however, gradually loses the massive sweetness of the opening, becomes increasingly powdery milder and thus much more pleasant. I hear the cinnamon; other spices abstain from me. But I would rather look for a "spice bomb" in the kitchen when preparing a six or seven course menu and not a patisserie! Spicebomb is for me a marzipan dish,
that invites you to nibble. But too much of it spoils the stomach
The scent remains on the skin for a long time and unfortunately its intensity also appears more or less artificial. Hence the comparison with Casmîr, which I think smells very similar.
I would not recommend Spicebomb to lovers of tobacco and leather fragrances, unless they are on a wild and romantic trip! A hint of tobacco lingers softly in the background; leathery notes, however, I miss or do not notice.
Dosed with sensitivity in summer, it will not miss its effect; in winter, however, it is probably easier to wear, as the cold makes a certain amount of sultriness more bearable.
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