Yeah, Yatagan was right! It is a dessert wine, and a good one, at that.
In the first statement about this fragrance, written by Yatagan, I read something about dessert wine with floral and green accents. In fact, it was this statement that ordered my thoughts, which had been circling around the question of what this Nishane fragrance reminds me of for hours. On the side, I was wandering around the house as part of my university home-office misery, in need of variety, a little exercise. How surprised and impressed I was when I entered my room after a few minutes, because in the air this perfume unfolded an aura that made many a prejudice about fruity fragrances, namely that they are often synthetic, sweet and sticky, evaporate abruptly. But actually, "Karagoz" already clears up those preconceived opinions at the first spray, as soon as a dark fruity, slightly acidic aroma wets the skin. It is unmistakable that grapes are contained here. I am also able to smell one or the other berry. But the stars tell us exactly which fruit it is, because our initial fruit cocktail smells too multi-layered and complex to be able to explicitly emphasize individual notes.
With the addition of the vetiver, our dark-fruity and sour composition takes on a tart - not too tart - impact. Some people may find it smoky, others green. I would say we meet in the golden mean, a little smoky and a little green - just the typical vetiver appearance, which never gains the upper hand here, but rounds off the fruity character together with a subtle, slightly powdery amber note.
The amber-like warmth, the dark fruit and the tart facets caused by the vetiver create an image that confirms the statement of the user Yatagan. We are served a nice dessert wine, but please do not over taste it, because it is strong ... very strong. Two small sprays from the mini-sprayer flooded our family house. The depth and above all the potency of this fragrance, declared as fruity and green, are therefore something that makes it ideal for the colder days and especially for those of us who like the DNA of a fruity-sweet opium for men from the house of Dior, but are looking for something non-vanilla, something completely unsweet - just as a small guide