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  1. Aiona's Avatar
    Yep, that's how I came to Basenotes too. Looking to find a scent to rebound with. Found plenty!
  2. jimmysmellworld's Avatar
    I came to basenotes purely for more 'educated' recommendations regarding fragrance. And I absolutely appreciate the input from the people who spend and collect far more than myself.

    It's a learning and discovery process in which one would only get a rounded picture with recommendations from across the budgetary scale; it allows me to build a bigger picture, make comparisons and perhaps seek the more lesser known or cheaper alternatives.

    There has to be people who monitor/have high standards with fragrances to create an equilibrium across the various threads that make basenotes such a good place for the knowledge.
  3. Prof. Sanchez's Avatar
    Unfortunately, you are correct in being realistic. There are many discontinued fragrances that will only be a lasting memory. But the good news is that some of your favorites might still be around especially if they are imported from Europe. I know for a fact that the warehouse has a place for hard to find fragrances and discontinued as well. I look forward to reviewing you list to see if I can be of any assistance. Take care.
  4. dreese's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Prof. Sanchez
    Hi, so many discontinued fragrances caught my eye. I am an E-commerce merchant that works with the largest warehouse in New York that continues to produce many of these fragrances. If I can be of any help, let me know which fragrances you are desiring and I can check the warehouse to see if they still stock it. My website although I don't have all of the fragrances there is
    I am thrilled at the idea that I could find some things this way, but I'm also realistic that some of these will be lost to time since they were discontinued in the early 1980s. I plan on making a list and sending it to you at some point in the near future. Thank you.

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