Feedback on Mesoamerica
"You know, this is really luxury! On paper blotter first comes thick chocolate wave – exquisite chocolate pie (well baked sponge cakes, full of spice and with fat chocolate cream), soaked generously with cognac; hot chocolate with some pepper and lime juice. And then suddenly comes out clear and cold lime and again spicy chocolate with pepper at the background. In the end tequila again and smoky spice and translucent chocolate chord brings it all together
On skin it smells quite the same except for the lime chord in the heart is softer and chocolate goes to background earlier. All is left are rough cocoa crumbs, sparkling lime and warm spicy note. And note of cigar smoke.
*Basically this perfume smells of my favorite cake «Mulled wine» and tequila, you get it right that I vote for it on default:)*"
"At the first breath – chocolate crumbs. With spice – chili pepper, vanilla and some else seasonings. Then chocolate becomes more tight. Spice grow louder. Warm relaxing perfume. There is smoke in it, probably tobacco (not cigarette, maybe tobacco leaves)".
"Lime, chocolate, flowers, spice – all of it is dancing happily. The perfume is designed to share the vivid impression of fiesta in Latin America. I've never been there, but I want to agree. Live market with fruit and spice, sweet beverages, bunches of roses and exotic flowers, all of it under hot and bright sun. So bright it makes you close your eyes. The fragrance is noisy, I can't figure out its melody in total. I'd rather emphasize anything – either flowers or gourmet notes or made spice prevailing ones".
(Polina Poplevina of "Ladanika")
"Interesting perfume – flowery notes, anise, coca cola, I feel the smell of tea with cake, wood. Lots of things, but there is balance".
"At once I feel bitter fragrant cocoa powder. Bitterness leaves soon and aroma softens. Cocoa visually becomes creamy and milky nuance appears. So wonderful! The perfume grows thicker and darker. It is more than dry cocoa, someone adds dark and milk chocolate crumps and starts melting it on bain-marie. Aroma gets more and more round, viscous and languid. No sweetness. This cocoa with chocoate and cream gets softer and softer and I feel hypnotized, supernatural beauty... Soft wood, cream and chocolate in the end. Cocoa powder, dark and milk chocolate, milky notes, soft ambergris and wood notes..."