English Breakfast (2009)
    by Mark Buxton


    • Launched: 2009
    • Type: Shared / Unisex / Unspecified
    • Availability: Discontinued
    • Perfumer: Mark Buxton
    • Bottle Designer: Unknown - Let us know




    English Breakfast Fragrance Notes

    English Breakfast information

    Described by 262 as: It's 7 in the morning. An English man in Japan sitting in the Shinkansen is going to Kyoto. What does he do at this time? He opens his sushi/sashimi box for breakfast.

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    alfarom
    Italy Italy

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    Are you guys kidding us? Sushi and sashimi at 7am? Stinky raw fish at 7am? Sorry, but I'll stick with a cup of coffe. A woody chypre of no interest. Nothing worth talking about...jump to the next!

    08 March, 2011 (Last Edited: 13 February, 2012)

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    foetidus
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    English Breakfast presents opening that I’m not sure If I should call it “synthetic” or “sophisticated”… I can see it both ways: It’s unique and, while not mysterious, it IS ambiguous. The opening is a citrus / spicy / green / floral concoction that I quite enjoy… synthetic or not. It’s smooth and complex; after the first five minutes, the accord seems to morph into a skin scent: It has picked up a floral texture and I can detect the echo of some woody notes and resins in the background. It would be quite impressive it if weren’t so weak. At this point, the fragrance has little sillage, but it has an almost-good lasting ability as a subtle, refined accord.

    This is a sophisticated scent but on my skin, it is too, too subtle.

    10th December, 2010 (Last Edited: 26 December, 2010)

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    Myspunge
    England England

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    Someone more fashion-conscious than I (Sarah Palin, for instance) will know who started the fad for citrus+ginger/saffron+light woods+incense which has been sweeping Perfumistadom and which is at its best in Diptyque’s L’eau de Tarocco. The opening of this has a wonderful, cool, rippling delicacy, a pure air which has you wanting to breathe deeper but which you somehow can’t get more of than is already there. It then warms up and flattens out and becomes an elusive let-down. It follows a line quite like his mb01 for Biehl Parfumkunstpretentiousnonsense – a dive from high clear (bergamot, gardenia) into warm swamp (jasmine, sandalwood/cedar). After three tries, I reluctantly conclude that the beauty of the first ten minutes is Not Enough, and that this is a nothing with exquisite edges, more a Zen conundrum than a scent. The title is a joke, like Heston Blumenthal’s bacon-and-egg ice-cream, but don’t worry, you won’t split your sides

    31st August, 2009

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    Apicius
    Germany Germany

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    This is an extremely interestant offfice scent!

    The tumble of top and middle notes provide a fresh, non-citrusy, slightly floral, slightly chemical laundrette smell. Not one of the listed ingredients is distinguishable to my nose.

    This will last during the morning. In the afternoon, just before the fragrance might become boring, it steps back and gives way to wafts of a dry, transparent cedarwood and vetiver note, reminiscent of Kenzoair (but without the Ouzo smell) or the new Cedro Atlas: III Robinson by Nobile 1942. I really like it. These wafts do not stick to your skin all the time. It is rather that you sense them every once in an while, just like an energy shot, very welcome in the late afternoon.



    27 August, 2009

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