The Immaculate Gentleman...
Close your eyes and you are transported back to the world of Ancient Egypt. The deep intenseness of the aromatic wood and saffron, giving off a sense of wealth and power, like its the perfume of the Gods. Echoes of vanilla engulf the noble gentleman, awakening all senses. With its dark and sultry notes, riches of the Middle East and North Africa are released. It is truly the epitome of aristocracy. Instagram handle : mia.rae_1
Truly The Best Fragrance
Close your eyes and you are transported back to the world of Ancient Egypt. The deep intenseness of the aromatic wood and saffron, give a sense of wealth and power, like its the perfume of the Gods. Echoes of vanilla engulf the noble gentleman and awaken the senses. The spices from the Middle East and North Africa ooze with every spray. It is most definitely the epitome of aristocracy.
Strong Rose But Not Too Sweet!
I bought this fragrance in store after testing and comparing with Halfeti. Halfeti was a little woody for me so I went for this one which I absolutely love along with the visual and olfactory story it tells. The rose does come off strong but this isn't really a deterrent as it blends so well with the other notes. Moderate longevity - Halfeti stayed on my jumper after testing and this didn't which I consider a good thing as I like to wear a variety of scents on different days and that would probably clash. Not sure about sillage yet but would recommend to anyone (although the slight sweetness might put some men off if they're more inclined to a Halfeti style of strong wood and spice).
A drop of it transport you into a journey to exotic lands, a thousand Arabian Nights evoked in one single instant, one of the most captivating fragrances ever, totally addictive.
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