The top notes are apricot, orange blossom, green notes, Brazilian rosewood and bergamot; the middle notes are Indian nard, jasmine, Spanish jasmine, ylang-ylang, honeysuckle, narcissus, hyacinth and lily of the valley; the base notes are algalia, musk, oak moss, amber, sandalwood, vetiver and cedar. The amber-colored woody base that you see reminds me of Givenchy Amarige and all his descendants, even Amouage Ubar and Thierry Mugler Alien and Michael Kors Michael, but Carolina Herrera was the first, so it may have been the first of this family line. After an apparent eternity of pink sugar, cloying cotton candy, synthetic sweet perfumes or poorly worked floral musks, Carolina Herrera is a fantastic deal. In fact, this perfume disappointed me once and for all by Carolina Herrera, although I really appreciated her eyeglass designs, but not anymore, really.
Once, before I became familiar with how it is carried, I made the mistake of spraying Carolina Herrera before going to work. Carolina Herrera contains high notes of apricot, bergamot, green notes, orange blossom and rosewood; middle notes of honeysuckle, tuberose, hyacinth, jasmine, ylang-ylang, lily of the valley and narcissus; and base notes of sandalwood, amber, musk, algalia, oak moss, vetiver and cedar. His favorite weapons — I remember seeing the bottles on his dresser — were the original Escada and Carolina Herrera. I wear Carolina Herrera very often, not for work, but at home, just for the pleasure of doing so, usually on top of my Egyptian jasmine body lotion.
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