Singapore -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/12/2013 -- Attack on Titan is certainly extremely huge and one practically can believe it is everywhere.Hajime Isayama‘s best selling manga and anime series is currently taking it further more, along with some brand-new perfumes by Cafe’ Reo.
The Attack on Titan Eau de Toilette perfumes are available in three distinctive fragrances and every fragrance is named after one of the characters, namely Eren, Makasa and Levi.
The Attack on Titan is actually a Japanese manga series created and highlighted by Hajime Isayama. The story focuses on the lives of Eren Yeager, his adoptive sister Mikasa Ackerman, and their friend Armin Arlert, who are living in a world, in which the remnants of the human population live in towns encircled by huge walls, because of the sudden appearance of the Titans, gigantic humanoid creatures, who eat people, seemingly without having a reason why.
The in-your-face Eren produces an incredibly forward fragrance with a distinctive mixture of smells. The top fragrances are mint, lemon, lime and bergamot that will provide the consumer with a minty-citrusy fragrance. Its middle fragrances are cardamom, nutmeg and anise, whilst it’s bottom fragrances are cedar wood, sandalwood and musk.
The calm Mikasa provides a sweet and fruity floral fragrance. The top fragrances are usually Rose hip, raspberry and cassia, while the middle fragrances are plum, muguet (lily of the valley) and rose. This aroma mixture is fruity and flowery and to complete it, the bottom fragrances include cedar wood and musk.
Finally, the straight-faced and cleanliness-obsessed Levi, supplies a really nice and clean odor with a slight hint of soap, nothing less from the neat freak cleaning lady… this means dirt-hating captain. The top smell is a refreshing soap, to provide the buyer that squeaky-clean sensation. The middle smell consists of Rose, Lotus and Iris, to balance out that soapy top fragrance and its bottom aroma has cedar wood and musk.
Each and every perfume bottle costs 5,500 yen and will be released on late October 2013.
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