El secreto de sus ojos
Sometimes it is so hard to say, 'I love you.'
Niche fragrance El secreto de sus ojos (The Secret in Their Eyes) of almonds in different manifestations and that often we are attracted by something that is hidden. Recognizable in the composition of cherry stone, almonds, propolis. In this case, the fragrance envelops a warm cloud of calm, echoing the feeling that you are in love.
"A guy can change anything. His face, his home, his family, his girlfriend, his religion, his God. But there's one thing he can't change. He can't change his passion..."
What does it feel like to love memories for a quarter of a century and live only for the revenge?
This movie will tell us frankly and passionately about love and death, but the nobility of the story will not let any anguish or tearfulness.
Benjamin Esposito is a court investigator, who decides to write a novel about a case he was assigned to...
"He ran to the end of the train and watched as her figure, once gigantic, now shrank in his eyes, but grew more than ever in his heart."
sweet, nutty, fruit, almond, balsamic, caramel
bitter almonds, mandarin orange, basil, green ivy, freshly cut grass, anise, cherry, red berries
almond, coconut, chocolate, amaretto, hazelnut, rose, caramel, praline, jasmine, tiare, honey, toffee, tea, licorice
propolis, styrax, vanilla, tonka bean, patchouli, ambra
- Gente Que Si
- Carlos Lebedinsky (Narcotango)
Private collection — the niche fragrances of rare and expensive components. Insisting composition and maturation requires a lot of time and attention. Behavior unpredictable natural ingredients. Each of them — thousands of species of molecules.
From reviews - live reflections:
Almond fragrance, frank and recognizable hint that seems pitch.
Very gourmet start, from the pyramid mainly focus on these notes - almond, praline, honey, vanilla, some berries. To prevent this mixture from becoming too thick a gourmet anise and licorice are added. The start consistency is like a dough or dessert, in a good way. This is not one of those flavors where everything sticks together. Not at all heavy, plus spray allegretto. Alcoholic and anise and can potentially confuse, as they give a fairly strong start. The fragrance is not heavy, although the notes are concentrated, especially amaretto. The best thing in its construction is that it is devoid of viscosity and gravity in the base.
He's like an umbrella, a lot of things at the top, but weightless below. And given its bright train for many hours, it saves, and makes it stand out from a succession of numerous congested, viscous gourmet.
After 4-5 hours, he begins to descend. The same shade of anise and licorice leaves, and vanilla and tonka beans ground it. Already there is no bright alcoholic, all fruit notes are also hidden in depth and do not stick out. I will not say that this fragrance is for everyone. A mixture of authentic amaretto (alcohol prevails here, and it is absorbed, as often happens) and bright anise can scare away. His revelation and unwillingness to stick together in one sugary lump I liked.
Neither honey nor chocolate affect me. Perhaps this is partly tea notes help, but in any case I liked the landing. Does not lose the structure, volume, plus a change of sound to the base. For modern gourmet this is very good. With persistence (more than 12 hours) and a train, he also has no problems.