Fueguia's - Ballena de la Pampa
A weak fragrance, not made with passion and/or skill. It somehow ends with a salty, sour-musky tone, smelling like something that died in a garbage-bin.
All i get is a salty beeswax note that doesnt change one bit, smelling like dried chili-peppers on fresh cotton blankets, moving to a soft resinous-sweet beeswax/incense note that grows in strength and radiation, together with minty herbaceous majoram and a spiciness that reminds of garam masala. If they really used 12 different kinds of musks here, than they did a not so good job - its dryout smells weak, stinky in a bad way and too transparant, lacking character. More a scent than a perfume and not really enjoyable wearable on a human being.
Fruity and common. It's not really a good perfume. Persistent but absolutely trivial and certainly not suitable for a man. This house I do not understand ....
Animalic top notes rapidly acquiring musky undertones, powdery yet modern, its complexity is revealed in the mid and base notes, which take a respectable amount of time to evolve - apparently, plain musks, but so many of them that you can perceive the way they change through time. Thus, the animalic traces don't vanish through the olfative journey, they express themselve from the grassy notes to the beforementioned musks. The end result is a powdery, subtle fragrance that lingers on the skin for a good amount of time.
I'd say is def a unisex scent in the full sense of the concept: femenine in its nuances, masculine in its subtlety - if you are among the ones thinking men's scents demand a restrained character, outruling bold blends.
I'd say it is among Fueguia's best.