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    gimmegreen's avatar

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    Interlude Man by Amouage

    A really smoky, lightly peppered, dry and savoury frankincense, on a serious desiccated woods base. I donít get the Interlude backstory at all, of a quiet moment amid the hurly burly of chaotic modernity. Umm... no. This settles pretty firmly into its stride right from the word go and is pretty monolithic. The richness of the ingredients is a given and the salty edge of the oregano is a novel idea, but I find myself struggling to get beyond Ďlikeí on this. There just isnít the variation in tones and shades that make the best Amouages so memorable, instead one has the dense main accord, like it or lump it, like a boulder carried by a glacier. I find myself tiring of it at the end of a day.

    26 October, 2012