Cheryl Storm Flower
I'd have believed a fragrance just plain classy, sophisticated and as distinctive as this one could have brought a lot more focus within MUA. This smells like nothing else. 1881 starts using a blast of warm peach - a strong, piquant, slighlty powdery peach having a vague feeling of incense, although not a sharp, sweet, foody peach. The peach note is enveloped in creamy, smelling female florals that were high-priced, as well as the woody notes make what may happen to be an airy, insubstantial scent into something sensuous, earthy and grounded. My nose also appears to get an obscure, ghostly hint of something or menthol green. Deserves to be a lot very popular than it's.