December 7, 2010
Christopher Brosius’ Perfume, Walking in the Air is a lively and lovely ozonic fragrance with the power to transport the wearer deep into a magical forest sparkling with the beauty and cleanliness of new fallen snow.
This mysterious fragrance contains all of the emptiness and silence of a natural environment blanketed with fresh white purity throwing silvery shadows in a black and white world.
It reminds me of an iceberg with a tender green note peeking out of the blue ocean, as if the mysterious underbelly of the iceberg whispers hushed stories of seaweeds and creatures deep beneath the surface… but all you can see is a small part of the whole.
Walking in the air is the cleanest of scents, it is as fresh as a crushed leaf, as cold as frozen breath and as dazzling as sun sparkles on winter ice crystals. If you like pure, clean, fresh scents I would add Walking in the Air to your collection. An award winning fragrance, Walking in the Air offers you a respite from complexity, a purification ceremony available any time of year.
The Bottle I have is the 15ml Absolute by CB I Hate Perfume which I love as a skin scent, the fragrance is also available as a 2ml trial size and as a 150 ml Home Spray perfect to freshen your living or working space.
Worth the risk to buy unsniffed: Most definitely Yes.
Blended or Natural: Blended. CB I hate Perfume employs natural materials and synthetics of the highest quality.
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–Monica “Skye” Miller, Natural Perfume & Senior Editor