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  1. Muscs Koublai Khan

    hey im Bryce, new to this online fragrance forum, heard about it for years from freinds and clients so i decided to get on here and be part of the discussion and perhaps help answer some perfume questions. I also work in the industry and have for many years so i know a bit about fragrances.

    Anyways i wanted everyone to know from what i have read and heard on here about Muscs Koublai Khan from Serge Lutens gets some attention, i wanted you all to know that it is now available at ...
  2. Oriental Lounge: My Timeless Amber

    Oriental Lounge: My Timeless Amber

    Every once in a while, I simply have to do a straight review. I don't like it. I'd much rather write those quasi-semi-pseudo-literary reviews that just plain annoy the hell out of some people. But sometimes I stumble onto something really, really good, and the word must go out. Besides - I have all winter to work on "Hot ...
  3. Saturday 'Fume Musings

    There's a thread on the Female Fragrance board on scents and personality that I began rambling on. I felt like it was becoming too introspective and long, so I cut it and pasted it here.

    I noticed somewhere along the line what my favorites definitely aren't. I wear orientals well and am drawn more to exotic, darker scents. I'm really a happy, down-to-earth gal who dreams of adventure.

    I think chemistry and id, if you will, determine scent insofar as we have ...

    Updated 11th October 2009 at 05:27 AM by Sunnyfunny

  4. Musc Ravageur

    Musk is a very famous and broadly used ingredient in perfumery. Natural musk combines warm, sweet, animalic and ammoniacal aspects and does not only enriches the perfume composition, but also gives it more affinity with human skin and fixates the fragrance. Itís not used in perfumery anymore substituted by synthetic analogues. Unfortunately they donít poses all the nuances of natural musk. Stripped off warm animalic and ammoniacal notes synthetic musk is too clean and its sweetness seems to be the ...

    Updated 12th October 2009 at 03:16 PM by AromaX

    Perfume review
  5. A Perfumed Last Will and Testament

    A Perfumed Last Will and Testament

    They say that one should never wear perfume to a funeral. Although not wearing a scent does seem like a safe bet, it isn't always the best one. As noted by several of my fellow perfumistas and colognoisseurs, there are funereal occasions - if only a few - when it makes sense to say something with fragrance. Wearing a relative's favorite scent, or an old friend's signature perfume, on their day of final rest, seems incredibly touching to me. Who could ...

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