Since i had a good old ramble on here. I have been feverishly following the Blind Sniff thread, with great interest, trolling through the Notepad thread, putting stuff on the freebie thread, just trying to learn, and add to the community.
My fragrance wardrobe has not suffered in the meantime, though no new vintage treasures have fallen into my lap recently. I have though, been testing the ones i received via my mother in law. I have added to my vanity, vintage Eau de 1000, by Jean
Today I was able to sample Cafe Rose by Tom Ford at Saks Fifth Avenue. They were sweet enough to give yours truly two samples. Cafe Rose is a beautiful oriental floral fragrance that I think I'm in love with. I definitely might have to purchase this to wear in the Fall. So exciting!
Notes: saffron, black pepper, may rose, turkish rose, bulgarian rose, coffee, incense, amber, sandalwood and patchouli.
help me to start this accord
Please make your Sandalwood & Ginger room spray into a proper perfume.
I'm just going to ramble a little on a subject i find very interesting, due to my enthusiasm for vintage fragrance.
My memories of my "Nana" fragrance-wise, are kind of fond. She had in the drawer of her sideboard, a very cheap cosmetic bag, which contained all of her cosmetics and fragrance. It was very sparse, and had a cardboard tub of "rouge", a red lipstick, and red nail polish. And casually thrown in there, was her fragrance collection. A miniature
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