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A first explosion of almondy and almost boozy blackcurrant is the prelude to a rich central floral bouquet that holds on in the time its sophisticated and indolic operation, standing for long over a sheer musky base. Some soothing elements as the ambrette soften the base, leading the juice till the boundaries of the oriental territories. Along the first part of the development i feel a lot the peony, the waterlily and the violet, in a blend that is for a while humid and averagely fresh before to reach a more balmy, synthetic and sophisticated status. Finally the lily of the valley and the cyclamen take the stage with a role of protagonists while i keep on detecting a smooth fruitiness in the background (a classic blackcurrant/amber combo). Neither bad nor anyway groudbreaking for sure.
19 April, 2013