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    Song in D Minor No. 13 by Tokyo Milk

    Margot Elena does it again. A gardenia-heavy (but not too heavy) white-floral with complementary amounts of amber and honey. A lush garden full of lilies, gardenias, and orchids that somehow became entrapped in warm amber.

    While gardenia is beautiful, I always find it to be a bit too much to my nose and could not wear this fragrance every day. However, my mother loves gardenia (Estée Lauder Private Collection Tuberose Gardenia is her favorite) and upon smelling this I bought for her without question. She thinks this fragrance is "more modern" but "in a good way".

    Importantly though, Tokyo Milk fragrances tend to have fleeting silliage (and may disappoint if you intend to have everyone smell you) yet they cling to the skin with subtlety throughout the day. For her this has worked wonderfully, as she works in the medical field where strong fragrances are often discouraged.

    12th April, 2013

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