Does anyone know any info re the edt for men.
I bought some in Spain about 10 yrs ago and it was available in England about 30yrs ago
It was always one of my favorites,strong,aromatic,long lastind and different.
I have noticed,to my surprise and delight that it has become available again on some U.S perfume web sites.Does anyone know if it has beed re released or has old stock appeared from somewhere?
I can find no information on the web about the manufacturer or the
Recently, Neil Morris Fragrances posted an offer on Basenotes for 15% off on major frag bottles, through mid-August. Based on both glowing and sketchy reviews, I decided to order 5 samples and see how they fared on paper and skin. My samples arrived - nice spray jobs that look to be about .38 caliber, and long enough to be classified as some kind of wildcat magnum. After smelling them, I would say that's about right. Powerful and fun to shoot, but never a sure bet for mass commercialization.
Updated 20th July 2008 at 06:16 AM by Redneck Perfumisto
This is a continuation of a report on an effort to clone Terre d'Hermès in the "Clueless Perfumery" section of the Notes Identification Project. See the corresponding Part One blog entry for details. We continue with our story...grungy suspect "Terry D. Hermies" (name on license: Terre d'Hermès) is being grilled by the Fragrance Cops...
"Hey - what's she talkin' about?"
"Nothing. We just ran a couple of tests on the interior of
Updated 20th July 2008 at 06:17 AM by Redneck Perfumisto
If you've been visiting over on the ladies' board, you may be aware of a thread called the Note Identification Project. A group of us Basenoters purchased a variety of natural and synthetic components used in fine fragrances. We've been using them to learn how to identify the notes in perfumes. We're also mixing them up in all kinds of combinations, hoping to learn how our notes combine to give accords and full fragrances. The latter effort, entitled the "Clueless Perfumery", has been
Mitsouko is a perfume created in 1919 by Jacque Guerlain. Just after the World War I – the time when people tired of cruelties and were longed for softness and joy to smelt the ice in their hardened hearts. The light, warm and tender fragrance fulfilled this need. Mitsouko was a masterpiece that is still popular and loved. One of the few fragrances which has survived all the reformulations without loosing its charm and beauty.
The name Mitsouko comes from a novel of Claude Ferré
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