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Asterix and Company at Cleopatra
I feel like a kind of numerobis, who is to erect a building ratzifatzi, and in this case a pyramid. Because the tester of "Fatal Charme" (many thanks to Yatagan!) just coughed out a nice little lump. Therefore I apologize for any inaccuracies.
Powdery iris with a bite sour fruit sting. Heliotrope, backaroma-pointed. The sweetness is supplemented by liquid honey. A hint of soapy wateriness of precious roses. I also smell the bitterness of Iris. In the subsoil amber together with resinous colleagues, which gently emerge or peel out of honey and vanilla. Gradually the scent becomes rounder and warmer. Even before noon I ended up with resinous creamy sweetness with a lot of vanilla. In the afternoon, a subtle aniseed sweet freshness is ventilated before a waxy amber note with H-cream sprinkles takes over.
I am pleased to note that others sometimes diagnose very similar things. I hadn't come up with anise and benzoin myself, but it fits. So here is a pyramidal attempt; I am aware of certain redundancies in the content behind some terms:
Topnote: Lemon, Bergamot
Heartnote: Iris, Heliotrope, Honey, Rose, Aniseed
Base notes: Amber, Styrax, Benzoin, (Kokel)-Myrrh (some kind of resin mixture...), Wax, Vanilla, Guaiac, Sandel (some kind of cream stuff...)
Conclusion: Should have emphasized the "fatal" a little more.