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Morning at Fuschlsee

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Salzburg is so goddamn beautiful.

 

Chilled white tea, freesia, and bergamot blanketing skeletal branches. Winter wind brushing across still waters.



Powdery floral with tea and bergamot.  In the background of the scent is something aquatic-ish.

Soft, feminine, and perfumey.  Stays close to the skin.  I can see wearing this in Spring or Summer.

I like it well enough just not sure I would reach for it that often.

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Lime snow! I get mainly limey snow - which is a combination of the bergamot and white tea, and on the drydown its a limey sort of wind, which I am assuming has some freesia in it. Soft, limey, cool. Good throw and wear length.

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A bright, citrus scent, rounded by white tea. I can tell there is a slight ice like quality to the tea component, but it's hard to pin down. As the scent wears I get more and more freesia until it rivals the bergamot. A pretty, somewhat airy, bergamot and floral scent, rounded out by tea.

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Snowy white tea, brightened with bergamot and girlish freesia.

 

The freesia opens as a strawberry-like floral, delicate and innocent. Its strawberry aspect fades quickly, leaving a bit of floral sweetness.

 

The snow note is delicate and brittle. It has an ice that edges close to plastic on my skin, but stays clean. It's snowy ice over an aquatic whiteness.

 

Morning at Fuschlee is snowy, airy, and delicate.

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This is the super-pine-y ice note that has something in it I could swear is a spice.  I think the same one was in Snow Maiden.  I get white tea and bergamot, and maybe a floral though I don't know freesia well enough to detect it, but unfortunately this is all around floor cleaner-esque on me. I was tempted to blind bottle this one and I am relieved I didn't, but the idea of it is lovely.  

 

If that one snow/ice note didn't amp on me fiercely I can imagine this being an unusual and delicate snowy scent, because I can tell the white tea+floral aspect is there, but in this context it just smells aggressively clean.

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This blend is a morpher alright. Upon drydown it reminds of a shower gel i used to own last decade and also of an aquatic commercial perfume from the early 00s. It is better suited for a guy in his senior high school year or early 20s.

 

The smell that emerges is so hard pin point: it's a thin, sharp and chilly note (bergamot mingled with florals) over a frost note that i identify as bath products. Best use is sweltering summer days, but do not over apply.

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