The combination of the note of tea with bunchs of lush flowers turns out as usual really sensual and feminine (sometimes more than vaguely sultry as in this case, possibly because of the camelia presence in its connection with tea). In this case the sophisticated spark from the floral notes, as joined with a glamour touch of tea, is enveloped by a minimally modulated incensey/spicy cloud imprinting warmth, "importance" and density to the olfactory fatigue (despite you can definitely detect in the background-and till the end- the "liquid" effect from the tea presence). The floral wave is changeful and articulated while i suppose that hints of amber or more possibly vanilla are comprised in the olfactory recipe cause the floral shadowy dry down becomes more and more carnal and enveloping in a soapy way. The dry down unfolds a secret spicy/incensey and soapy dark aftertaste. This aroma is not in my opinion a standout in the Keiko Mecheri hyper production but deserves anyway some positive notes because of its floral intensity, the deep, almost balmy, tropical twist and the powerful sillage.
Pros: Well appointed and balanced
Cons: Lack of uniqueness"
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