The caravan takes a break
The last rays of sunshine disappear behind the sandy dunes, the caravan gets ready to make camp for the night. A cool breeze blows from the direction of Bazar to the easterly oasis, the spices swing lightly and combine with the scent of the ripe dates that hang tightly and sweetly on the palm trees and wait to be finally harvested. The sweet, heavy jasmine of the shore grows along with the sweet scent of the roses that wildly conquer the sky on the rock face behind the source of the life-giving water. A fire is ignited at the edge of the oasis, yellow and glowing red the blazing flames beat into the night sky, the scent of fresh smoke mixes with the fruity floral bouquet that the cool evening breeze chases through the oasis. A tablet with freshly cut fruits is served to the lingering ones, juicy oranges with a chai with fresh lemon, muffled happy voices echo through the night until the heat of the fire only gives off a soft crackle and the embers slowly extinguish, the travellers have gone to sleep and only a breath of spicy ash remains in the air
What shall I say, here we have an Oriental in front of us that is not a typical Oriental, the heavy sweetness is very reserved here, also I cannot perceive any Oud, the scent is warm slightly citric chyphre, a pleasing scent. The perfume is marketed as unisex which I can't quite sign, I find him too masculine. Somehow the fragrance seems very familiar to me, it carries the Hugo Boss Gen (a mixture of Hugo and Dark Blue) which disappears after a while and then changes into a warm vanilla tone. I find the perfume extremely successful and can recommend it without reservation. Price/Performance is Top!