Conversation Between Redneck Perfumisto and bluesoul

4 Visitor Messages

  1. Glad you'll be trying it, Daniel! I think you'll like it. As a lover of Havana, you're not one to shy away from a distinctive scent, and THAT it most certainly is! It's one of those scents that is just plain impressive. You'll have to let everybody know what you think.

    Dang. You're making me itch to wear the stuff. Looks like I'll need to line up some special occasion so I can wear it in good conscience! No problem - fall is here, and it's a good one for fall.

    I was going to ask you what's been up, but I may just get back on twitter and catch up.
  2. Hey Neil. It seems like I'll be getting my hands on a sample of Tiffany For Men soon, I would have passed it by if not for your glowing reviews of it. Quite anxious to try it now, really.
  3. So far only three of them - Havana, Happy For Men, and Baldessarini Classic. I know it seems a bit slow, but I always want to wear new scents on days when I have to option to get inspired and not distracted by work - typically meaning weekends, vacations, and days when my workload is light. If I want to think deeply or write about something that really moves me, I don't want to do it while I'm debugging code!

    Havana was definitely inspirational. I wore it while on vacation, and was really moved by it. I will always remember where I was - I can picture it now like I was still there. I definitely have more to say about that one, and more time for it.

    Happy For Men.....yeah. What you said. LOL! A definite "where's the beef?" scent.

    Baldessarini Classic - just classic.

    I'm really looking forward to L'Anarchiste, Palisander, and Jubilation XXV, but those require special days, too. I'll definitely let you know about those. Thanks again!
  4. Saw your thoughts on Havana, I was wondering how much of the stuff I'd sent you had an opportunity to work through. I'd love to hear your opinions on them.
Showing Visitor Messages 1 to 4 of 4



Loving perfume on the Internet since 2000