I hope you have had a pleasant day. I was going to wait until tomorrow to post the remaining four natural essences but, for this one I cannot wait...
For in this present moment in my study, with the windows open, and with a moderate but persistent rain falling; my yard is not the only thing flooding. In addition to the negative ions that are flooding and enhancing the air in this room, an amazing essence is flooding my olfactories that makes me almost swoon.
In fact, someone help me up because I have fallen---in love with this one.
Initially, it took my breath because of the immediate linear beauty. Then I began to detect what 'I perceive' as the components of this sweet exquisitely blended natural essence.
6-This is 'My' impression of the perfume composition called Dehn Misk Maliki Supreme (Oil of Kings Musk Supreme): ---So accurately named.
The queen of the botanical kingdom---rose, don't ask me which one or what form. I don't know...the intoxicating one.
Then perhaps sweet elegant--- jasmine, just enough to be 'ever so slightly'... mmmmm...indoling?
Or soft romantic---honeysuckle, a sweetness that is addicting and of which I never tire.
Perfectly blended incense---sandalwood, white frankincense, and I know not what...but there is a perfect balance of floral and incense. I use to like incense, now I love it.
Lightly applied spices...
Sweet smooth vanilla or perhaps white amber.
And last but, surely, not least (in my preference) there is the animalic. I found it to be very alluring for me, not unlike fragrances that contain civet, though it has to be a musk.
I deem there are other components which my nose cannot extract.
The drydown is sweet lightly flowery, incense-y, vanilla-y, musky, very light, and very beautiful. I deem that the use of a white floral, a lighter musk and maybe white frankincense makes the drydown soooooo nice. I think that this one has opened up yet another way for me to get into trouble with my budget. I'd love to know it's compostion. I want it!
BTW, The kids concurred that it smelled like creamy dirt with slightly pleasant herbs. This is an improvement...yes?
Kids! I'm TRYING to teach them...LOL!
Thanks again for looking.