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Like eating candied apricot nougats in an elegant Spring garden
Scent is the hardest of the five senses to describe, so I like to give visuals.
Imagine a quality picnic blanket, the kind embroidered to ensure afterwards it returns to its owner. You're sitting on it, on a warmer Spring day, admiring your friend's half acre garden filled with fruit trees and flowers. It is so full of green and blooms that it feels knit together...climbing flowering plants tangling into fruit trees.
She's offered you some tea infused with jasmine she's dried and peeled mandarin oranges straight from the tree. Another plate is full of homemade apricot nougats. They are sweet, fruity, and creamy, and much too decadent to keep eating another one, but you just can't get enough. The nuts and nougat make it so heavy, but it's so decadent and such a treat, you keep going.
This perfume is this scene embodied. Rich and heavy floral and fruit notes flood your olfactory senses with delight. It's timeless and in that way takes time to appreciate. Powdery and soapy elements to this perfume could be off-putting to some, but is beautifully done.