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The delicate (poisonous) green
I have known Nature as Yves Rocher's Eau de Toilette for a long time.
I already had him as a miniature when he came out fresh in 1994 and already liked him a lot back then.
It was considered a fresh, light, flowery fragrance. But then it's not that easy.
At least not in the older version as splash bottle. In the past there was only the bulk bottle, when the atomizer was added I don't know. My Splash bottle is about twenty years old and still smells flawless.
At the beginning of the nineties, "light", "fresh" fragrances were very popular and modern for fragrances like Eternity, CK one and Tendre Poison. And that's the direction he's going.
Especially at Tendre Poison or he seems to orient himself.
Nature is a very flowery light fragrance, which is called "Nature", but still has this slightly synthetic-poisonous flavor like Tendre Poison or a little bit like Cabotine: Very flowery.
I smell many lilies of the valley out of here with a slightly citric-minty impact.
The individual fragrances are densely interwoven. Oak moss is also inside, not at all little.
I can perceive him well at myself, so Sillage he has quite a good one.
My vintage version is so not shy at all and already holds out good 4-5 hours, then he will be very close.
I can't judge how the current version of it is yet, but it might have been slimmed down a bit.
There was also an EdP of it, also as a splash bottle, which I really remember as a bit frsicher but harber.
Maybe there will be an addendum, if I should test the current version and a small comparison to EdP.
Anyone who finds a loose bottle of it has a go, especially those who liked Tendre Poison.