Andrewthecologneguy's Review of Peau d’Espagne by Oriza L. Legrand

This is very interesting.
I immediately get Aigner No. 2's soapy green laden with peach and spices.
It is in the tradition of a typical 'peau d'espagne' much like a 'cuir de russe' but it is smoother even if the notes seem discordant upon initial application.
More sprays (circa 4) will overwhelm initially but then envelope the wearer in a sensual cum sexual air.
Not for everyone.

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