The result is truly intoxicating: Cypriol, patchouli and the perfume oil of the vanilla bean provide the warm and woody heart of Rausch, which is stimulated by red pepper in the top note. The perfume base of amber and oud complements the other ingredients of Rausch perfectly. But this olfactive creation by J.F. Schwarzlose Berlin does not only portrait the capital’s current night scene - the legendary festivities and celebrations back in the glorious 1920s must have been equally intoxicating in the cosmopolitan city of Berlin.
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