The first very short notes reminded me of iris from the namesake fragrance from Dior. The iris vision lasted only the seconds and later I could enjoy a nice glass of Mojito cocktail as it was promised. The resemblance with Mojito consisting of lime pieces, rum, ice, fresh mint leaves and sugar syrup was remarkable. A soft greenness of mint was resonating with a green bitterness of geranium leaf (oh, sorry, it was pelargonium mentioned in the pyramid). That emphasizes a fougère character of the fragrance,
Updated 11th September 2008 at 10:43 PM by AromaX
I have an idea to order a custom perfume ( and resell them in a small amounts ) There are lot of suggestions in the WEB but i can not choose because i do not test what they are doing.Please recommend me if it is possible perfumer who is
2Not expensive(not more 500 USD)
3 Who already made perfumes for celebrities or for well-known brands ( it will be easier to advertise )
Thank you very much in advance !
my email is
L'eau de Kasaneka
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