With apologies to Douglas Adams, Brownian motion isn't just for tea! We prefer a coffee-based approach to the random movement of atoms suspended in a liquid, and we've gone and made it a mocha just for kicks. If you squint hard enough, maybe you can see them zooming around in there.
Posted by Greenrowan via Ajevie on 25th Jun 2012
by Greenrowan » Thu Nov 03, 2011 1:13 am
I put this on by accident today. I was opening the squee to smell it as I forgot what it smelled like and poof Brownian Motion in the face. To me, I fail to smell any coffee notes. In the bottle, this is all brownie for me and surprisingly it smells the same wet and dry on me. I smell like delicious, freshly baked brownies. I'm not sure I would wear this everyday... but I think it would make an amazing PMS scent, when all I want to do is bathe in chocolate.
Posted by tikistitch via Ajevie on 25th Jun 2012
by tikistitch » Sun Apr 25, 2010 5:25 pm
Just wanted to write up my impressions of Brownian Motion. To give you some background, I'm a pretty serious coffee addict, and a couple years back, when I was under doctors orders to abstain for a period of time, I asked a scent-savvy buddy if she knew of any perfumes that were modeled after that miracle fluid. Thought being, it's not a substitute for my morning espresso, but maybe the next best thing. Thus began the quest for the perfect caffeinated scent.
So, my first impression of Brownian Motion, upon opening the bottle, was sweet coffee, maybe more sweet than coffee. Then I applied it, and that's when I started getting another note: chocolate! And how! It's a mocha scent! (Which actually matches the ZOMG description - seriously, you'd be surprised how many scents I've tried on that seem to have no bearing on the written description.)
In the end I think, on me, it was more towards the chocolate side than the coffee side, so instead of what you'd smell walking into a Starbucks, maybe think walking into a Dilettantes. Which, is not entirely a bad thing.