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Yes, a wonderful combination of impossibly indolic jasmine and patchouli over a well appointed ambery base. More jasmine than patchouli or better, for a long while a carnal, almost syrupy jasmine dominates the scene with a touch of ostensible booziness coming from its grassy naturalness associated with the ambery majesty. The note of amber is sweetly luxurious, slightly soapy/waxy and vaguely decadent with a touch of incense. At distance the patchouli comes out shy but well trimmed as a baronet at Court. The outcome is a "fat" jasmine with a spark of aristocratic (finally slightly powdery) patchouly. Really well appointed tiny operetta.
17 February, 2013