Vanille Intensee by Atelier Cologne is Perfume Poetry.

Poetry inspired by the Perfume Vanille Intensee by Atelier Cologne.

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The complexities of a natural heart.
The delicacy of delicateness.
Un-bottle your love so that we can start.
Do not be afraid, dear, in the slightest.

To put it simple, this is a bottle of beautiful vanilla straight from the pantry. Yesterday, I mentioned Bohemian Lime and how great it would be for layering. Well if you mix these two together – which I just did – it smells amazing! I believe Vanille Intensee already have some lime in it, so by adding layering Bohemian Lime on top, you take the lime that’s already there and INTENSIFYING it. This is actually the same concept I have for one of my fragrances – equal doses of vanilla and lime rotating around a strong heart of beautiful Jasmine. It will be amazing!

If you are a beautiful bottle of vanilla, would you keep yourself sealed tight and set away in the back of the cupboard? Or would you let yourself open up for the world to enjoy your beauty?

More about the perfume from Atelier Cologne, Vanille Intensee. More poetry from The Fragrance Writer, Bohemian Lime. Poetry Β© TheFragranceWriter.com 2021.  Photo by Jot on Pexels.com.

12 thoughts on “Vanille Intensee by Atelier Cologne is Perfume Poetry.”

  1. Vanilla is the second most expensive spice in the world. The Vanilla orchid is also the only orchid to produce pods.
    The production of vanilla is a fascinating delicate and attentive process that if done successfully is extremely rewarding
    You cannot go wrong my dear poet.
    Truly sweet and delicate thoughts for vanilla and jasmine, layered with lime. Can’t wait to catch a smell of this scent.
    Oh…
    I personally prefer the pod in the custard or the pudding than the essence. But they are so expensive and hard to find.

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