Herod? Wanted by night? Or is it One Million?
First of all I am a little Rasasi fanboy. I think most fragrances have a very good price-performance ratio. Although not everyone agrees with me, I have scents like Hawas or La Yuqawam in my heart.
Because of the scent pyramid I ordered Sotoor - Waaw blind.
When I sprayed on the first one, the spices literally blew me away. The day before I wore Herod from PdM and I was impressed how well the Rasasi fought against Herod in comparison. (at least at the Opening)
I'm not really as good at describing fragrances as so many talented people here so vividly. Nevertheless I try to give you at least a rough idea of the direction of the fragrance to give you an idea in which direction it all goes in the end. (and of course because I have a lot of fun with it)
A fine pleasant light sweet cloud of cinnamon spreads out when sprayed on, accompanied by fine lavender, pepper and a hint of saffron. An impressive opening so much is clear. Nevertheless no comparison to Herod who of course plays in a different league.
More like a mixture of Wanted by night and One Million The first 15-20 minutes the spices are very present and he projects very strongly. (similar to Wanted by night) Afterwards Sotoor - Waaw sticky sweet on the skin. In my puberty I applied about 10 bottles of One Million (not all at once), so as a "connoisseur" I can already claim that the scent definitely contains a certain DNA of one million, but much more cinnamon and not quite as vulgar.
So what do you get in the end? A spicy, sweet winter cracker that will certainly appeal to the younger audience. Lovers of Wanted by night and One Million may be able to strike blind here.
Price/performance once again very good! Projection approx. 1-2 hours depending on skin type and spray. Durability approx. 7-12 hours. Once again a great scent of Rasasi although not a masterpiece