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Scent of the Day

This blog depicts my interpretation of a chosen scent. I write a description and then list the notes and illustrate with a painting or photograph.

  1. SotD-Monday 2 AUGUST 2010!

    Quote Originally Posted by kumquat View Post

    Henry Meynell Rheam, 1904

    Serge Lutens-Bois de Violette

    Boozey and bold, this scent is charged with atlas cedar,
    violet leaves and flowers.
    A bright brass band at first, it settles into a charming,
    sweet rendition of the flower in the woods
    at a madcap party where the punch is flowing.
    Splash it on!
  2. SOTD - Sunday, 25 July 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by kumquat View Post

    Caron - Fleurs de Rocaille
    (Rockgarden Flowers)

    Fairytale colors strewn along a glorious path,
    I am lead to a bright stream that cools my feet.
    So many flowers it's impossible to choose.
    The amber and sandalwood encompasses them all
    in a sunny glow that displays their finery.

    Created by Ernest Daltroff, in 1934 in USA.
    This is vintage parfum.
    A floral fragrance with notes;

    Updated 5th May 2012 at 07:37 PM by kumquat

  3. SotD - Sunday the 20th of June

    Quote Originally Posted by kumquat View Post

    Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers

    Caron - Infini

    Delightful in the original formula
    with its 'Caron' carnation base.
    Not to be discounted in the more recent
    version with more aldehydic emphasis.
    Powerful, almost gaseous to start,
    I am fueled as for lift-off.
    Jungle florals and sandalwood mingle passionately.
    There's nothing to stop me as I soar to an
    Tags: caron, infini
  4. S O T D Friday 18 June 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by kumquat View Post

    Guerin Pierre- 'Narcisse, Morpheus & Iris', 1811

    Frederic Malle - Iris Poudre

    Sumptuous, this fragrance spoils me for any others.
    A rich floral that knows when to stop and turn green.
    Never overpowered, I am swept into a gentle tumble of glory
    and breathe great pleasurable clouds.

    Top: bergamot, orange, rosewood, ylang-ylang, carnation
    Heart: magnolia,
  5. S O T D Thrusday 17 June 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by kumquat View Post

    Strange Invisible Perfumes -Trapeze

    Nearly retro, this mysterious blend combines the unlikely bedfellows;
    tuberose & carnation with vetiver & spearmint.
    Dense, sweet but gutsy and fresh, this scent has the
    chutzpa required for such derring do.
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