Sintra, a fragrance that doesn't unveil its magic with the first whiff. This is a love story that unfolded over time. The initial spritz is like a burst of brightness and clarity, a fresh start that rings in your senses.
But the true charm lies in the dry-down. As the scent settles on your warm skin, it's as if it finds its perfect place, like sinking into a comfortable chair. The bergamot at the heart of it all radiates through the milky floral base, creating a shimmering effect that lingers for hours, gently dancing between slightly sweet and floral notes.
And then, there's the surprise element – a subtle, spicy, and dry note of petitgrain that pops up unexpectedly. It adds a layer of complexity to the fragrance, keeping you engaged. Just when you think you've figured it out, a jasmine milky haze envelops you, confirming its unmistakable femininity.
Sintra is a scent that comes alive at the cusp of summer and autumn. It's not overbearing and perfectly suited for any setting, including air-conditioned rooms. For those who revel in sweet and spicy fragrances, Sintra is an absolute gem. It's a journey worth embarking on, an olfactory experience that unfolds its beauty with patience and grace.