This is the amount of bottles of fragrance we own between us.
I'm currently working out the recoding of the wardrobes and thought I would share.
If we make a wild assumption that we each have about 50ml left of each fragrance
its almost 5000 litres of juice!
I like the names
Angéliques sous la Pluie (because of the image of angelica under the rain)
Mandragore (because of the mystery and folklore of mandrake root)
Sybaris (because of the ancient pleasure capital of Magna Graecia)
Illicit (because it's kind of thrilling to break rules)
Trouble (because it can be fun, in retrospect, of course)
Le Baiser du Dragon (the Dragon's Kiss, you gotta love it)
Ma Griffe (My Talons, or roughly, "in my
Updated 25th January 2009 at 06:10 AM by JaimeB
Do androids dream of electric sheep? Do fragrance aficionados dream of scents and fragrant notes? While I can’t answer that first one since I never read the book, apparently the second one is a Yes!
I don’t normally remember my dreams by the time I wake up in the mornings. It’s as though I don’t dream at all. I simply take it on faith and trust the established medical wisdom that we all dream every night. It’s rare for me to remember a dream, and oddity of oddities, I remembered
Some of you may have noticed that the directory search feature is back (bye bye Google search!)
Unfortunately it isn't completely rewritten yet - this is still the old code (but as the site seemed more stable lately I thought I'd risk it)
The new code is almost ready, but still lots to do.
I'm not going to give ETA's as with two children to look after, and Danielle going back to work after her maternity leave I really don't know how much time I'm going
Updated 10th February 2008 at 10:23 AM by Grant
Caron's Yatagan has a reputation as a balls-to-the-wall, uber-masculine fragrance. It's almost certainly added to the list whenever someone asks on the Forums which fragrances project an I-Don't-Give-a-Damn-What-You-Think attitude. That would suggest that Yatagan is rather harsh, brutish and aggressive.
Yet, that's not at all the kind of vibe and impression that I get from Yatagan. Far from it.
I pick up the celery note, the pine note, and certainly the bitterness