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Very helpful Review
Nutella jar in the hutch?
I like the concept behind the Zoologist fragrances. I have also liked some good in the past, but unfortunately you all had a big shortcoming for me: they are much too strong for me.
That can be a fragrance with the theme of an elephant or rhinoceros now really resent, they are also quite imposing animals.
A squirrel scent, on the other hand, sounded pretty promising in my mind. A small animal, nimble, shy, soft, with a comfortable bed and of course a good helping of nuts.
I think that was perfectly realized. That's why I do not really understand the voices that the scent is not loud enough, I think it fits wonderfully to this animal just not so big and to be a little intrusive.
In fact, the fragrance lasts forever on me, just with a rather delicate sillage.
The top note is still a bit fidgety. I smell a lot of nutmeg, some pink pepper and something fresh-fruity, which could be the quince.
That dissipates relatively quickly, and in place of the Zappeligen creaminess, the chipmunk has made himself comfortable.
Briefly, you might think someone left an open Nutella jar in the pantry, but even that association remains gentle and blends well with the other notes.
I almost wished for more nuttiness from other nuts, but that might have been too much.
The scent has a bit of sweetness, but thankfully only as an extra. The first fiddle plays a creamy-gourmandig-woody impression.
On fabric and paper strips I could later smell a distinct animalic and patchouli, on the skin the heart notes last much longer with me, the base mixes in a bit, but does not take over.
A brave fragrance in the respect of breaking out of some expectations in favor of the concept. I find him very successful. Should there ever be a second version, I would perhaps like a little more forest and wet earth and a little less pantry.