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Orris root, white sandalwood, toasted rice, and honey dust filled with golden amber and draped in crimson musk. 

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i think it is the honey dust that is dominating this scent right now.

 

wow, i think it is just way more sweet than i expected but it is kinda awesome. very golden, warm and cozy. kind of heavenly, really.

slightly powdery - but in a sexy dry incense powders (sandalwood) / honey dust kind of way - not like baby powder.

 

everything here is just screaming sweet and sexy skin musk. 

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On me this started out somewhat kettle corny, but I agree it settles down and it becomes really enjoyable. Definitely a honey sweetness to it that has this headiness that makes it quite sexy. I want to see how this ages. As it is my nose is really intrigued by this one. 

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The honey dust is also very prominent in this one for me. Underneath the honeyed sweetness, the sandalwood plays off the toasted rice in a lovely way that smells woody and malty. This perfume is so warm and comforting, like wrapping up in a blanket with a cup of toasted rice hot tea.

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Lovely subtle skin scent. This is one where the honey dust doesn't take over on my skin, it's a pleasant cherry-on-top sort of note here. Toasted rice and sandalwood doing a good job grounding the sweetness. Not getting much crimson musk at all though.

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From the first application: Warm-toasted kettle corn? But I can kind of break it down to mostly toasted rice and honey dust.

 

Warm, sweet toasted rice simmering in honey that has gone a little caramelized? That sometimes reminds me of like... stove-warmed Malt-O-Meal with honey?

 

Yes, that's about the way of it.

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