Feedback on Marsala Chai
Evening perfume, soft, spicy, warm, tart, insinuating and piercing at the same time, touching, relaxing – true Orient. I feel in it black tea, hot and moderately sweet. What a wonderful rose inside… It speaks tenderly in low voice until the end. This is the dream fragrance. It takes you up to the night sky to the stars and paves the way to dreams...
Wonderful composition, perfume itself, thanks to the author".
"Marsala Chai" Acidica Perfumes - santal, milk, jasmine, indian spice. Impression in total – smoking incense and masala (beverage, not spice mix, with a lot of honey and petals of jasmine). Warms very well, the best choice for cold windy weather. The best for walks in cold season.
Quiet enough and not long-lasting.
"Marsala Chai – a lot of spice in milk. Bright santal note. India."
"On glass: spicy, wine, a bit viscous perume with notes of rose and santal. Warm, enveloping scent of citrus and spice. In the end becomes lighter and more flowery, with notes of rosehip, ginger and bitter orange sound brighter.
On skin: orange, spice, santal, osmanthus. Rather sweet, but this is a natural fruit sweetness. Oriental ligature of rose, patchouli and ylang-ylang. In the end santal and orange sound louder. Thick, flowing and light as the finest cashmere shawl. Warms, but rather makes spice cloud around you than stays on skin.
Perfect perfume for cosy events of this autumn!
Hot black tea at the edge of bowling
Honey from exotic fruit
The space expands from one point
Citrus, spice fresh and partly dried
Cinnamon, orange skin… reminds me of home-made mulled wine recipe
Oily tiare flowers
Imaginary color is scarlet with orange sparks
Promised on skin:
Penetrating the body, bringing in the warmth
Defending both body and soul from outer cold.
Tea mixed in a half with strong alcohol, definitely rum that absorbed oak taste
Yes, this rum had quite an experience while travelling from ship hold to hold as a trophy
It was covered with tropical flowers and stood close to pepper and spice. И
Pirate perfume, exactly.
What a wonderful orange, cruelly crumpled by a strong hand – peel, pulp, seeds – all in one mass with single movement. Squeeze and take all the most precious, throw away the rest.
I'd try this perfume on a man. It seems that it might sound more delicate than on woman's skin.
Spicy and peppery, brutal. But how nice it is!
Having drunk this strong black tea, you crave for feats."