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"Intensely bitterly green" -- sounds good. I'll look again at the comments you've received in your thread, comment on any and think about others. I'm traveling at the moment but will do this later this week. Cheers!
Thank you ody, I already have a sample of Eloge du Traitre on the way, good to see I'm on the right track. The fragrance I seek need not be overwhelmingly animalic - perhaps a light musk or ambrette would even be enough. But it should be intensely bitterly green. "Powerful" is probably a good way to put it.
Hi MonkeyBars, thanks for the question. I've seen the thread and thought about answering. I hadn't answered because although I like green scents, I don't know much about "animalic" scents. however, I'll think about it and may have some recommendations along the "powerful" if not exactly animalic styles. One I can think of right away is Eloge du Traitre by ELDO. It is similar to Yatagan, but has more pine and is a bit drier. I'll look at my inventory and send you a short list in a couple of days. Cheers, ody
Hey Ody, it was recommended that I contact you about my animalic-green fragrance search. Please have a look at my thread! http://www.basenotes.net/threads/277...Green-Animalic
I have tried a lot of fragrances, and so far Yatagan is the only wearable scent I've encountered. But it's a bit too sweet and edible. Do any fragrances occur to you that have not been mentioned in that thread?
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