No leaf is safe anymore
The ecological role of the elephant: the threatening colossus with the tremendous hunger that leaves a path of destruction. A supposedly damaged ecosystem from which, ultimately, new life is growing. The description of the fragrance is so accurate and thoughtfully chosen that, to me, "Elephant" reflects the habitat of an elephant and its characteristics suitably. The fragrance starts with a fresh breeze and an authentic smell of green leaves. Very vividly, the top note reveals pure, juicy green. Here I perceive a minty to citrus undertone, which contributes to the aroma. From time to time, I also perceive a creamy impression of magnolia. If you stay with the image of elephants that run through the forest and pull the leaves from the branches of the trees with their trunks, until only bare branches remain, you can exactly find that in the fragrance. The green decreases more and more, is digested by the elephants and leaves behind a mossy, woody surface. It still gives me the impression of a lively landscape, but clearly battered, flattened. Nevertheless, I would describe Elephant as a cozy and tranquil fragrance due to the gradual reduction of the fragrance. I thought of an older bull elephant sitting in an armchair, telling the children from the herd about his adventures of yesteryear. It is an elephant that is not ready to attack. An elephant that emanates an almost stoic-like serenity. I find the fragrance easy to wear because it is well-balanced, but still powerful. It can already be perceived from a distance, like the leisurely yet clamorous approach of the pachyderms through the woods, accompanied by the trumpeting of their trunks. I rarely smelled a green scent in this form. I would not wear it myself, but the implementation is done very well again.