Originally Posted by kumquat
Guerlain-Vol de Nuit
Powdery at first, an amber-tinged blend of spices blooms, then mellows.
I really could be on a night flight to Paris.
My head is full of stars scattered in a dark sky.
Mysterious and melancholic; the scent plays out like a dream.
Notes: Orange, mandarin, lemon, bergamot, orange blossom;
jonquil, aldehydes, galbanum; vanilla, spices,
Updated 14th March 2015 at 04:04 PM by kumquat
These days it's just me, scents, Basenotes and my iPad.
Dear Friends from Basenotes,
Does anyone know if it is possible to obtain a sample of this unknown scent from Bond no 9?
I live in Manchester and won`t be down in London till October 2010 so unable to pop into Harrods till then.
Thanks very much indeed
Opening notes were bursting of uplifting sweet ripe blackberries that kept me sniffing but soon dried down to a cheap smelling watered down cologne after 10mins on me. You know, the kind of smell that remains on your arm after trying to wash off the stuff that u couldn't stand from multiple testings at the dept store.
Utterly disappointed, this being my 2nd purchase from TDC after my much-loved 1st niche fragrance of Bois et Sens... definitely expected more at such a price point.
Updated 22nd August 2010 at 01:22 PM by qoo77
Delrae Coup de Foudre - It's really nice (though ending is lackluster) but for the money they're asking I'd rather buy a Rosine.
Chanel Bois des Iles - Dry sandalwood, doesn't last on me. Not bad but not ~revelatory~ or anything.
TDC Bois d'Iris - Holy christ baby powder.
Guerlain Vetiver pour Elle - Starts off lovely with florals smoothing out that bitter vetiver edge, but then the bitterness takes over anyway, so really there's no need to own
Updated 7th August 2010 at 10:07 AM by Aznavour
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