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A different kind of chocolate cake: from the atomizer!
Mrs. Neuffer's scents always instill a great deal of respect in me.
How she creates a homogeneous, extremely tasty whole from the multitude of fragrances is simply impressive.
"Chocolat Irisé" actually came to me by mistake; it smuggled itself into a package and simply left "Narcissus Orientalis" behind.
This fragrance is characterized by elbows even before getting to know each other.
He loves to stand in the foreground and to produce himself accordingly: Shyness is not his thing!
The next impression when reading the fragrance pyramid: "Hello! These delicious ingredients could easily be used to conjure up the variety of a Sacher cake!"
Bergamot, honey tangerine - softer in aroma than the sisters - and lemon lemon could wonderfully provide the filling in their fruity melange.
Yes, that sounds quite good!
Dark, rich, but also slightly bitter cocoa comes to me quite quickly. He's not waiting for everything to be sorted out; he's just there. He doesn't care about ranking.
The fruity citrus fruit jelly already adapts well.
This first stage of the fragrance is perfumed by the flowers of the noble beauties that can be found around the Mediterranean: according to Pyramid Egypt provides the large-flowered, heavily scented jasmine (sometimes a little bit bitter in the finish), Persia the noblesse of the Rose Queen and the delicate, but no less fragrant orange blossom Mrs Neuffer finds in Tunisia.
Orange blossoms not only scented Tunisia; they know no borders drawn by humans; they wander through the entire North African area opposite Spain.
(Christine Kaufmann's book "Der Himmel über Tanger- Die sinnlichen Geheimnisse der Frauen in Marokko" (The sky over Tangier - The sensual secrets of women in Morocco) brings this fragrance with it so clearly.
It is not only me, every woman who has read this book so far, who is fascinated and touched by the breath of these fine, aromatic flowers felt during reading. It's like the book smells!
So here the orange blossom also stands for the oriental sensuality; it holds the gift to enchant, to tell stories.
After this experience Mrs. Kaufmann asked Gisela Vecker from Hamburg to create her first natural fragrance "Claire" for her. In "Claire" the orange blossom lives in the most beautiful way.
But only marginally.)
But maybe "Chocolat Irisé" gets its very special charm by this delicate flower creature.
Only the iris root seems to have joined this trio from somewhere in the Middle East.
It doesn't matter where it comes from: it must not be missing in the previous fragrance composition.
So the cocoa mass is very well accompanied; however, now a nice dose of Bourbon vanilla is necessary to round off.
Creamy, erotically warm and creamy-white, she refines the chocolate blossom scent painting, which loses some of its sweetish heaviness due to the initial fresh note.
The three most precious additions musk, sandalwood and again brightly shining patchouli, lend this exquisite whole the last sensual touch.
Even as a chocolate cake, "Chocolat Irisé" would give a lot of pleasure; as a fragrance for special hours, it is just as welcome.
No, actually more welcome - the calories are missing; that makes it more sympathetic!
Fruity, flowery, chocolaty and oriental, seductive: all this is "Chocolat Irisé"!
This fragrance by Annette Neuffer is also a pleasant companion for a few hours; however, the course of the fragrance develops quite differently.
For me, the cocoa aroma appears quite soon; for other women, it only appears when the fragrant flowers bloom fully and thus the intended time for the chocolate side of this fragrance has come.
This is how the impressions left behind by "Chocolat Irisé" change from woman to woman!
It won't get boring with this piece of fine fragrance art.
Even I like "Chocolat Irisé", as I don't like many gourmandise fragrances very much But I'm sure if the pattern goes on the tramp, it will find a real lover!
So it will land safely in this folder of the collection.