Top Review 19
Years ago I came home and thought someone was cooking a wonderful, delicious and at the same time very interestingly spiced dish. I went up the stairs, lost in thought, and thought to myself that it must be the woman above me who cooks so finely there, because the scent became stronger. Then I unlocked my door and - a hammer blow killed my olfactory cells - WORK WAKE - while I could hardly believe my eyes: In the open kitchen a hanging bar had fallen from the wall, on the floor thousands of pieces of broken glass and thousands of atomized spices which in a colorful way had let themselves sink to the entire furniture. After the first shock I had a lot to do.
This memorable event, which by the way had completely destroyed my entire dinner service except for a single plate and a small bowl, comes to mind while I test White Song.
I'm just pulling the cap off the atomizer and I think, oha, there's a lot of clove in it, but I really like this note. Then I rinse expectantly and ZACK! bitter almond with about a square kilometer of Sillage. But this is a bit surprising: I expect cloves and get a huge load of bitter almonds. Man! But luckily, I like that, too. It really smells like I opened a little tube of aroma while baking. But now the witch's cauldron starts to rotate properly.
You obviously take:
Three tubes of bitter almond aroma and seven amaretti; 99 enchanted jasmine blossoms, "extra intense", finely cleaned; a teaspoon of honeysuckle extract; a bag of sweet almonds; three heaped tablespoons of freshly ground cloves; half a can of powder; a little honey and a pinch of tonka bean.
Then mix well and let sack: White magic!
I thank Skjomi for the impressive magic!