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This fragrance can only be summed up with the word "strange". And that's not necessarily negative. In detail: As soon as it has been sprayed on, Kawumms, a huge air freshener from the "Blumenladen" brand, bangs into your ears. Do you know this fine, lily-like scent when you walk into a well-managed flower shop in summer? That's exactly the association I have here. I smell a delicate touch of lilac, a bit of soft peach shampoo, a bit of cedar pencil wood, a hint of rose, and, especially with this inexpensive perfume, I find an undertone of callas and lilies. Even if these aren't officially in the scents. That's unusual up to here, but the whole thing becomes really strange only in the course of time, because I also smell - smoke. Less in the sense of smoky jasmine, but actually in the sense of "somewhere a very small, fine wire is coking straight through" Now "Black Smoke" can develop into a full-grown catastrophe in no time at all, as the pop singer Ann Sophie proved at the Eurovision Song Contest, because as far as I know, apart from this unfortunate person, seldom anyone has managed to drive home with exactly zero points from this questionable vocal competition. But due to the fact that this wire burns up just as quickly as it sparks, and the pink cloud soft sea of flowers that still prevails towards the end, this scent remains in the memory. Somehow edgy, même si: with style.