Best of the 4 (collezione)
A pure mix of byredos ball d'afrique and tonka vetiver and I think its been inspired ( or stolen) by these 2 but hell its a nice try.
I also get some ebony note in it, its very compelling right from start.
Its captivating and im sad i did not kept this tester bottle for my self( 3.4 oz)
Only downside was the drydown i think the fragrance breaks apart in the final drydown the last hour this scent get "burned" as you discover when a sad gets "bad" gotthis especially on your arms n armpits.
Its mystique is from early start there! i cannot describe what im feeling but i see some sunset evening on the dry lands of and african village where all day in the hot sun a local food and spices market was kept with spices and fruit all together with sweets and coffee and tea presented on guaic wood plates and balmy candles in other market stands...
Mixup of many blends with hot weather so to say...
Its very easy on the nose so dont expect an niche arty nifty style but a more pleasant take on this, for some reason they managed to captivate the mid of a niche quality perfume in the top.
Big thumbs for the try!
Cons: Drydown on hairy skin, Not popular"
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