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Killed by candied plums. But just for a second.
Blindly bought last summer in Croatia at Bipa for 15 EUR. Man, the bottle! And the name! It's probably a Terre d'Hermès clone. Back on the beach then immediately on the wrist, and instead of oranges fried on asphalt killed by candied plums. Not quite, or rather not at all, what I expected, but hmm ... not bad. Sniffed the bullet hole, because in the form and especially in the drugstore class never smelled. If you can believe Fragrantica, it goes in the direction of "Hermessence Ambre Narguilé". The pyramid would fit. And I'll have to have it later, because: Durability & Sillage play in a league with the Austrian national team; Practically non-existent. It's a drugstore smell. There's no such thing as history either. Sugar and liqueur plum, turned into cinnamon. I perceive these three beautifully worked out. Again rather drugstore-untypical. After half an hour, however, there is hardly anything left to be seen of this initially quite intense combo, so it's more suitable for a (short) evening on the couch with your sweetheart than for anything else. Too bad.