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  1. Le Temps D'Une Fête, high summer

    Oh, the joy of suddenly finding the animal in Le Temps d'Une Fête lurking in the crook of your elbow! I have skin that tames wild beasts, which is a shame sometimes - I like a judicious dose of smut with my pleasure - but this one blooms in the heat, it seems. I've been enjoying delicious little whiffs of it all day, first the galbanum, then, for hours, that carnal narcissus, and now all of a sudden there's a barnyard that would put Dzing! to shame among the narcissi - hay, animals, jonquils and ...

    Updated 9th July 2010 at 02:43 PM by Pimpinett

  2. Perfumes By Nature: Craving & My Gardenia


    Craving opens with a singularly delicious accord - coffee, chocolate, and toasted hazelnuts. Sweet but not syrupy, it's the olfactory equivalent of drinking a capuccino and eating a box of hazelnut chocolates, with none of the calories that come with that.

    Coffee and me have had a rough history when it comes to fragrances. For some reason, the lightest whiff of coffee ...
    Tags: floral, gourmand
  3. ALTAMIR by Ted Lapidus

    Hello, does anybody know how Altamir smells like? Thanks!
    Tags: ted lapidus
  4. Making my New list

    Xerjoff Dhofar
    Hermessence Poivre Samarcande
    Parfums MDCI Invasion Barbare
    Comme des Garcons x Monocle Hinoki
    Le Labo Rose 31
    Established Cognac Krigler Perfumes
    Editions de Parfums Musc Ravageur
    Costume National Homme Cologne
    Hermes Equipage
    Guerlain Cuir Beluga
    Bois De Armenie
  5. Sung: The UnSung Hero of Floral Perfumes


    I have been on the market for a good perfume since May. Having recently purchased seven legendary eau de toilettes for my wardrobe (Kouros, Yatagan, Pour Un Homme de Caron, Grey Flannel, Allure Homme, Coco, and Guerlain vetiver), I felt the only thing missing was a feminine floral, and had quite a lot of difficulty deciding which to get. May rapidly slipped into June, and my focus ...

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