New Vintage Fragrance Blog

    New Vintage Fragrance Blog

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    Thread Starter 

    I've started a new vintage and classic perfume blog where I hope to post articles, reviews, and other interesting information. The link is located in my signature.

     

    I have no market affiliations and support no one brand over another. I hope to supplement the small amount of information available on the internet on vintage and discontinued fragrances and make this information available to readers outside the Basenotes community.

    post #2 of 22
    Looks nice. Good luck with it. I'm sure you will have many viewers who will learn a lot.
    post #3 of 22

    Great idea! Looking forward for many reviews.

     

    cacio

    post #4 of 22

    Good Luck will check it out
     

    post #5 of 22

    I added your blog to the blogroll on mine:

     

    https://bigslyfragrance.wordpress.com/

     

    I review some vintage and also discuss the differences I think I detect between different formulations, as well as present some insights into what I've experienced.  If you'd like to add my blog to your blogroll, that would be great.  Good luck !

    post #6 of 22
    And where is your signature?
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    I will be sure to check your blog

    post #8 of 22
    It would be useful to post the link to your blog because a lot of us browse on our phones and I do not see anyone's signatures.
    post #9 of 22

    Thanks and good luck with it.

    post #10 of 22
    I'm on my phone and can't see your sig, if you could put the link in the first post it would be much appreciated by many mobile users smile.gif thanks. I'll certainly read through your reviews as they come, good luck with the blog.
    post #11 of 22
    Bokaba, I'll definitely subscribe to it via rss. laugh.gif
    post #12 of 22

    For people who can't see his signature here's the link:

     

    http://perfumesofthepast.blogspot.com/

    post #13 of 22

    Some stunning, and, in my opinion, very artistic and professional shots, completed by some very knowledgeable, insightful and amply detailed texts. 

     

    Thanks for sharing and congratulations for the excellent work- helped me both discover and revisit underrated fragrance gems. 

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    Originally Posted by Ken_Russell View Post

    Some stunning, and, in my opinion, very artistic and professional shots, completed by some very knowledgeable, insightful and amply detailed texts. 

     

    Thanks for sharing and congratulations for the excellent work- helped me both discover and revisit underrated fragrance gems. 

    ^ What this well spoken man says.

     

    Congrats on starting the blog Bokaba.

    post #15 of 22
    I couldn't comment on the blog because of the limited options avaiable for posting comments. I don't have any of those accounts. Btw, Derby was launched in 1985.
    post #16 of 22
    Thread Starter 

    Thanks for all the support. I visited Paul Kiler's studio today and smelled some vintage scents as well as a plethora of high quality natural materials including Mysore sandalwood, tobacco absolute, Bulgarian rose otto, hay absolute, civet, etc. I'll have a post about in the next couple of days hopefully.

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    Very nice.  I will be a regular.  Are you the one who purchased my Eau de Kananga on ebay?? beer.gif

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    Thread Starter 

    Are  you Gabigrrl? Both profiles are in NH--must be. Thanks a bunch. It was a really good deal and should last me a life time. I am working on an intro post to the old Crown Perfumery Company.

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