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Very helpful Review
Wumms-Bird in iridescent robe
Hummingbird came as one of the first niche samples in my meanwhile nearly three-year-old perfume career to me in the house fluttered and brought me already whether the name to smile, because the small Steffi let herself with her tender 18 years contrary to the "ass antler mainstream" of this time a wonderful colorful iridescent hummingbird together with suitable flora and fauna from lower leg to foot tattoo. Somehow I thought at the sight of the sample that it was somehow a sign and I cheerfully started testing. My newcomer's nose found the fragrance very beautiful, but was nevertheless overwhelmed with the impressions of the cornucopia.
One thing I was sure of: Zoologist did not take the small Hatzi-Tatzi-Fratzi bee elf with its maximum height of 6cm and weight of 1.8g as a model, but the giant hummingbird with 22cm height and 24g weight. Because the scent has a real buzz to it
Anyway, the Giant Hummingbird always disappeared a bit present in the fragrance drawer for "test it again sometime" and a few weeks ago, in really bad weather, I felt like cheering up and I reached into this drawer.
Even the first sprayer shows that we are dealing with some kind of shallow floral and fruit tangle, but that there is more to it than that. It smells as if the flowers and stems had been grated in the hand and this gives a green, ethereal, bitter impression with a subtle sweetness. I immediately find myself ocfactorically in one of their habitats in the mountains of Kulumbia. Immediately the smell of fresh and relatively unsweet fruit is added. Apple and cherry are the most effective and are sweetened by honey with increasing time. Honey is per se a difficult note on my skin, because he sometimes gets a toilet vibe from me, but here he behaves well-behaved. Cute but not clumsy. Little by little the flowers get their appearance and I can identify mimosa and honeysuckle surprisingly well, ylang-ylang adds something sweet but not sultry, the tulip contributes something clear green and then after a while the base creeps up. It preferably consists of woody tones...beautifully softly rounded.
Whoever is now wondering how all of this can or should fit together, should be told that it is quite wonderful.
Hummingbird is a strong, complex fragrance, but everything fits together so beautifully, forms a harmonious unit. That's probably why it's most likely to be considered a mainstream niche and boring for the fragrances of this niche brand. However, I was so fascinated by him that he was allowed to move in with me as a bottle. It is fascinating how authentically and naturally zoologist implements the themes of her scents whether you like to wear them or not.
The flacon is chic in zoologist style, the sprayer atomizes perfectly.
The fragrance has a good but transparent sillage and lasts around 10 hours. I am looking forward to wearing it in spring and summer... the shimmering bird.