[x] is every brassy “gourmand” cliché rolled into one repellent confection.
In short, [y] is an expensive version of a cheap perfume, like one of those little town cars offered with a burl walnut trim option for snobs.
[z] is the sort of fragrance that restores one’s ebbing faith in cost-no-object perfumery.
— From Luca Turin's latest review at Style.com/Arabia, which covers Dior Fève Délicieuse, Guerlain Bouquet de la Mariée and Elie Saab Essence No. 2. See if you can guess which sentence is about which fragrance...