Part of My collection
”Can you imagine a gothic citrus? Well, imagine the contradictions embodied by the perpetual youth of Nureyev's movements matched with the dark depths of his Slavic soul.” - Jan Vilhelm Ahlgren
THE TRIUMPH OF LONDON RAIN: A sudden shower cooling the air: the romantic smell of London after a rainsquall when water has washed away frivolity, leaving only a zesty and triumphant breeze with a soft echo of the storm. The strength of bergamot, cardamom and violet is tempered by birch tree and a dusting of patchouli.
A dark earthy citrus
Top: Cardamom, Calabria bergamot
Heart: Mate leaves, violet
Base: Birch, Indonesian patchouli
Not a personal favorite of mine but my partner loves it and it smells phenomenal on him! Very bright, a bit bitter and fades into something warm and earthy. Best in small doses especially if you're prone to smell induced headaches
That was really bad. Sorry!