Oh, honey sweet top note! How surprising. Then a woody and slightly stuffy leafy green smell creeps in, it becomes bitter and yet remains sweet. The taste, uh smell, gets kind of floury. And orange.
Hawthorn blossoms do not only smell good in themselves, but in fragrances they can be interesting if they add other fresh, floral notes. Do you think sea buckthorn smells like that? Judging by the scent, at least similar. But not horrible, only a bit musty and fruity like rose hips or sea buckthorn. Sea buckthorn jam at the sea.
Under Cloud-Collection I had imagined something more airy. Stratus, like stratosphere, like a Greek first name, a Greek city, like Greek for "army"? Well, that doesn't fit at all, unless the army hides in sea buckthorn bushes, like the moving soldier bushes at Monty Pythons. Ah, if not airy, then funny or what?
Honey, sea buckthorn bushes, in the dunes for all I care. Good.
After a while the fragrance becomes creamy. Fatty white cream, fresh and pasty. Jasmine can be guessed at, emphasises the smell, which reminds me more of the hawthorn already mentioned, of the most peasant white bloomer among the fragrances, if you will. And who can waver between beguiling and stinking, with a gust of wind. The sea buckthorn is obviously very similar. I also stagger.
The cream impression goes well with the sea buckthorn jam. Freshly creamed to the breakfast table. The floury are the buns. I simply can't get past sea buckthorn jam from the smell impression with this scent. Also not at their beautiful color, this strong, matte orange.
The fruity impression remains. But also the urge to see the scent outside. He smells like the sky after all. And after damp-warm wood.
What seemed sweet and spicy at first, but a bit thick for the beginning, is now settling, the spread becomes more tender to a certain extent. The wood penetrates more strongly.
After a good hour, the fragrance in the heart note looks as if it is now mature. Nice impression.
It is even slightly apricot in contrast to the darkening wood. Bright orange plays of light, clouds and shadows that contract in the wood.
It's an unusual interplay of scents, even if you think you've had enough fruit and wood. The sea buckthorn is really a completely different note. He's also called the Lemon of the North, which I actually like quite a bit. And somehow matches the scent.