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Patchouli perfume - without fresh and without flowers
This is clearly the return of the Néonatura Cocoon that fans have been longing for, unfortunately in the desolate standard flacon. I owned it back then, it was a perfume for going out, perfect for black parties in dimly lit basements. I can't tell the difference to the perfume of that time, smells exactly like my stored scent memory. At least after it has fully developed, maybe the process is a bit different
After spraying, one immediately recognizes patchouli, immediately the gothic association fully on the twelve as a top note. That's fun. Then it quickly becomes softer, slightly vanilla-sweetish and dark chocolaty.
In the shop I sprayed something on a strand of hair, that was almost too intense for me, what was blowing around me. But after about an hour or so the sillage retreated to an unpenetrant level. The base is bitter cocoa with a little bit of earth (on the paper strip, hours later), the sweetness of the tonka vanilla remains in the mix
I almost took him with me. But: I'm not particularly enthusiastic about retro, especially when it comes to my own life. I also had a special liking for fragrances that consisted of classic base notes at the time, but that has changed somewhat.
Instead, I started testing something with the So Elixir at the Y.R. store, and the jasmine immediately won me over.
But there are also days like this and days like this, which are for feminine, friendly, radiant jasmine and which are for more introverted, sensual goth scents...
And it's not autumn enough for this one either, I think