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I fully subscribe what some reviewers underlined, this fragrance is syrupy in a synthetical and chemically gummy way. Nothing of animalic in here, the brewing vibe is all gassy, plastic and finally almost nutty-oily. This juice smells fat and and on a fat skin could be wasting. The fragrance lacks totally of transitions among the stages and turns immediately out in the way it holds on is journey for a good span of time, i mean a jumbled and onedimentional way in which emerge a monolithic blend of grapefruit, vanilla, patchouli and tuberose-gardenia. The last combo is characterizing in reminiscence of some Estee Lauder Private Collection Tuberose Gardenia, Saks Fifth Avenue Bond no.9 or Organza but in a sort of acid and pungent flat dimension that makes it utterly unlikeable. I don't smell similarities with Ange Au Demon at all. Unfortunately the longevity is notable.
19 November, 2011 (Last Edited: 22 November, 2011)