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This olfactory tribute to the parisian way of life is a classical floral-chypre with a woody powdery dry down. As many others do, at the beginning i don't smell a prominent rose but a starring violet. The last indeed is mainly notable in the first part of development when soars freshly in the wind on the flank of sophisticated iris and delicate jasmine. The rose is a bit old fashion in its link with initial citrus and is tenacious cause contributes to build the powdery and restrained in sweetness base where the link of rose-musk-sandalwood-iris exudes a sort of talky, "bodily", reduced in mildness final whiff.
11th June, 2011 (Last Edited: 12th June, 2011)