Dirt and candy.
Marshmallows and coconut .
Sweet Tarts and vetiver .
There's some stuff going on here .
The coconut is irritating me a little .
It's weird , but I keep going back .
Then , Angel rears her wings for a few , but not long . This is gourmand and sweet for awhile .
About an hour after applying I went outside and suddenly Pulp blossomed around me and I was standing under a fig tree in my back yard , in the green green shade . The figs aren't ripe , but it's cool and shady here and I like it .
Special thanks to Josephine for sending me her bottle .
Here comes your samp , Tim.
Karen D says "As fruits go, Pulp is the darkest I've found. It is so earthy & rooty on me - almost not like a fruit at all, but then I get a blast of tartness & I am reminded! I sometimes get a rhubarb accord from it - does anyone else? Must be the blackcurrant & fig mingling with the cardamon. This is definitely the most sophisticated, grown-up 'fruity' scent I own. "
Pulp is a new fragrance and it was introduced in 2008. The fragrance features bergamot, black currant, cardamom, fig, red apple, tiare flower, cedar, praline and peach blossom.