Jo Anna Posted July 9, 2011 Share Posted July 9, 2011 Wow! This turned out exactly as I wanted. Mara, I don't know how you do it so perfectly every time. The initial smell I get seems greenish like the greens surrounding the flowers; it adds a freshness that prevents the floral aspects from dominating the scent and overpowering it. Later, the tuberose and white ginger develop into a beautiful and delicate floral scent just like your catching their scents in the wind around you. The sugared pineapple adds soft sweetness to the overall scent. What a beautiful combination. It's a soft lightly sweet floral that is perfectly blended. Brilliant! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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