Saffron, you do not need to hide at all!
Because that's the first thing that jumps into my nose. Only then it becomes resinous and whether I feel the fragrance overall as fruity, is again a whole other story.
From the front I'm first of all hugely pleased that this fragrance of the brand has not disappeared again after a short time. He even has a quite acceptable durability, although he can not keep up with those I mentioned earlier. But that's okay. Acceptable is the durability here in any case.
So the fragrance starts for me with very present saffron, eh Benzoin joins in. I almost have the feeling to stand in a cloud of incense and to rub saffron threads between the fingers. Something slightly unwashed runs past me in the meantime, or is it my hands...
It takes about half an hour, until even a definable apple joins. Always noticeable: saffron. Admittedly, I really like saffron at the moment. Be it in 12 Lacha
or "Christopher Street / Sag Harbor | 19-69" . Here the saffron is the least strong with the same dominance in the composition.
Saffron with apple and a hint of rose. This is what lasts for hours.
Until then at some point only mud remains. Somehow, the individual notes melt into each other quite strangely and become a synthetic mush, which is then no longer so respectable after about four hours. Whether this is the slowe explosion, which is announced there?
So with Cape Heartache
can the brand definitely more exciting fragrances, which come along with their surprising combination of tart and fruity abstract but just quite suitable for everyday use and with potential to favorite fragrance.
What remains for me?
I put the sample times aside, have very desire to wear tomorrow last-named fragrance through the day and remember a sentence from a fragrance training about ten years ago: If something smells like apple, it's always synthetic. Is that still true?