MIAMI BLUE – Eau de Parfum
Dedicated to an era in Miami when champagne baths were on the charts. Referred to as Paradise Lost in the 1980s and the tv-show Miami Vice was all the rage.
The scent is fresh and aquatic. Fragrance notes include Lemon, Ginger and Cocaine Accord. All 19-69 fragrances are suitable for any gender.
“Miami – a metropolis with deep roots in art and cultural diversity, surrounded by sunshine, white sand and the ocean. Referred to as Paradise Lost in the 1980s. During this period Hotel Mutiny stood out as a lush oasis within the apocalypse and hosted a free trading zone and a never-ending party with gorgeous models, kingpins, and legendary artists. The TV-show Miami Vice has been a major influence on fashion and includes Armani jackets in pastels, rolled up sleeves.”
Lemon - Ginger - Aldehyd - Cocaine Accord - Rose Oxide - Calone - Amber Xtreme
The first scent impression of a fragrance are the top notes. Usually light aromas that evaporate quickly, lingering for 10 to 15 minutes. When sample a fragrance at a counter, this is the aroma that you experience.
These are the main body of the perfume. Emerge just prior to when the top notes dissipate. Scents from the mid notes appear anywhere from two minutes to one hour after the application of the perfume.
Bring depth and solidity to the perfume. These notes are the foundation of the fragrance and slow down the evaporation of the lighter notes. The base notes are usually not perceived until 30 minutes after the application of the perfume or during the period of perfume dry-down. The bottom notes of a fragrance last for some four to five hours on your skin.