Patchouli Patch by L'Artisan Parfumeur + Elisabethan Rose by Penhaligon's ... like a grandmother's comfortingly warm embrace... me likey.
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I have tried posting my reviews on Basenotes only to have them disappear into the 'system' too many times so I've decided to change my tac and post blogs instead.
I was lurking for about a year before joining last February and only joined because I had a question to ask but I still haven't asked it - and it still
Updated 11th August 2010 at 06:04 AM by Kal
Originally Posted by kumquat
Gres - Cabochard
Leathery, headstrong, dashing, smoky;
a swirl of delight to encompass me.
Created in 1959 by Bernard Chant of IFF;
a feminine leather chypre parfum with
top notes of clary sage, tarragon and galbanum with
heart notes of jasmine, ginger lily, rose and ylang-ylang;
base notes of oak moss, sandalwood, vetiver and patchouli.
I was looking forward to sampling this flagship Diptyque scent which I keep hearing people rave about. Naturally expecting to be walking down a fig tree orchard in Greece in summer reading Luckyscent's writeup on it, what I got instead reminded me of Baygon insecticide
At last. Oh thank you, thank you, you-know-who-you-are, Fellow Basenoter! IT has finally happened. Just as you said.
At a mutually fun location, that is, one that provided enjoyment to both of us, my hotty hubby strolled up behind me as I was whiffing the Bond N. 9 sensation, The Scent of Peace. It was Atlantic City. I had lost track of the time. Standing in the Cos Bar at the Pier Shops at Caesar's, 8:56 crept up on me out of no where. My Baby was getting in a bit of Blackjack to
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