Biting into a crisp and hard Granny Smith apple, feeling your mouth water from the sour, sharp juice that sizzles, acidic – feeling as refreshing as the dawn of a new adventure. Soon, other fruits gather along, rolling alongside you, in an epicurean avalanche of sweet joys that went from mouth-wateringly tart to deliciously nectar-sweet gourmand.
Eau de Hongrie is a modern niche perfume, inspired by the noblest wine in Hungary, the famous Tokaji (a worldwide known dessert wine with proven medical benefits)I do not know if I am younger or healthier after a few puffs of this wonderful concoction, but it is certain that I feel pleasant dizziness, as if I had drunk a few glasses of Tokaji wine,
Vanilla² – with a notes pyramid that has a vanilla top, middle, and bottom. And some yummy goodness in the form of pralines to make things sweeter. Can we have too much of a good thing? Let’s dive into an overdose of sweet indulgence with a grownup gourmand scent that appeals to the kid in all of us.
A frabjous olfactory journey into too much black pepper, white roses (painted red), mad tea, and carrot cakes.
Maison Tahite Sel_Vanille (David Maruitte) Fragrance Review, first published in Cafleurebon. “There was once a king who had several daughters. To the first, he said, “How do you love me?” “I love you as sugar,” said she. To the next, he said, “And how do …
A dream. A flower, with an incredibly intense smell. And huge, humongous. Not a normal flower, one that you can find on earth. This flower was emitting a surprisingly bright light.
I can’t help but think of Alice in wonderland and the “Drink me” potion. Lolita does not shrink your size, but once you take the first whiff of the intoxicating licorice, the laws of reality seem to be re-written using a sparkly, magic ink.