Fi-Fi by de Nivel


22.04.2013 - 04:55 PM

Elegance in a bottle

Floral with an astringency.
Makes me think of hyacinth or tuberose or some other bulb flower but with no grassy element that would clarify or sharpen the scent.

It is spicy and rich or deep with the background of astringency (from the aldehydes?). But I wouldn’t describe it as heavy, the astringency adds the depth and lifts the scent.

Combine a touch of dustiness like a dandelion tickling your nose.

Picture a woman wearing a rich brocade gown, lingering in a walled English garden with the scent of night blooming flowers in the air.

That’s what I experience with Fi-Fi.
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