McDonald's has had a marketing idea! In a restaurant (style gourmet) are served special burgers. The idea is to serve the sandwiches of the American fast food chain, but people must think they are recipes of the chefs… And customers appreciate! After two days of success, then the surprise: the sign of the restaurant falls and, in its place, now you see the unmistakable M yellow.
This perfume is yet another French, Indian, Indian-French "masterpiece"! And because it's a scent of Batman, it must surely be a great fragrance!
These ignorant attitudes - arising from primitive ideology of supremacy where to French perfumers or similar are assigned different values - remain a source of endless violence and misery in times of creativity, as well as in times of IFRA all hypocritical legal restrictions for the protection of the superiority of some industries over others “losers” are cultural hallucination.
If you are a French child, you will soon learn this superhero's song:
If you're perfumer and you know it, clap your hands (clap clap)
If you're a nose and you know it, clap your hands (clap clap)
If you're Batman and you know it, then your face will surely show it
If you're perfumer and you know it, clap your hands. (clap clap)
This perfume has no artistic value and never could have, but it is yet another representation of Batman's strength.
The story is always the same. Someone has money to invest and decides to create a new brand of perfume. But how? At the same time a French industry has entire warehouses full of raw materials to be disposed of. But how? No problem, there is Batman!
In the Batcave, Batman reads that another chemical lab has a different Nose. Batman suggests the team split up and each check a different lab to cover more ground. They move out. All at different labs, no body sees anything, except Batman. He sees a mustached Nose and he knows that the perfumer. Who else would go to a chemical lab in the middle of the night?
Inside the lab, Batman jumps in and quickly pins the perfumer to the ground. Too easy! Batman wants to try that again, and time rewinds to when Batman jumped in. This time, the perfumer avoids Batman's first attack but falls after an unexpected roundhouse kick. Time rewinds again... again... again! No way! Batman always wins!
This scent is yet another defeat for the niche perfumery, but if you like it, you can also smell one like this one in the episode "Batman and the mystical Malian", where cardamom, vetiver, myrrh, patchouli play the same rule: Timbuktu (2004) by L'Artisan Parfumeur.
If Batman were a perfume would be called: L'homme chauve-souris!
This reviewer may have conflicts of interest