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Opens up smelling exactly like caramelized sugar and nothing else. About 15 to 30 minutes in, a delicious black licorice note appears out of nowhere.
And that's about all there is to this gourmand. Black licorice is the prominent note, with the caramelized sugar in the background.
You have to really like the smell of black licorice to be able to handle this fragrance. It's quite strong once it transitions into the heart and base.
I think it's a little too simple and over the top for my tastes, but it's not a bad fragrance.
30th August, 2008 (Last Edited: 28 January, 2011)