Prunol Clair (symrise)

    Prunol Clair (symrise)

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    Thread Starter 

    'ripe plum prune'

     

    The standard description doesn't do this speciality base justice.  It's a gorgeously rich melange of dried fruit and spices, with a strong cardamom note.  Imagine walking through a spice market and eating brandy soaked fruit cake at the same time.

     

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    post #2 of 4

    Sounds nice - thanks for posting!

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    Originally Posted by Skelly View Post

      Imagine walking through a spice market and eating brandy soaked fruit cake at the same time.

    That's a very enticing analogy.
    post #4 of 4
    What fragrances feature Prunol?
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    9/1/13 at 8:01am

    Skelly said:



    'ripe plum prune'

     

    The standard description doesn't do this speciality base justice.  It's a gorgeously rich melange of dried fruit and spices, with a strong cardamom note.  Imagine walking through a spice market and eating brandy soaked fruit cake at the same time.

     

    -

    9/1/13 at 11:46am

    lpp said:



    Sounds nice - thanks for posting!

    9/26/13 at 5:53pm

    hednic said:



    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Skelly View Post

      Imagine walking through a spice market and eating brandy soaked fruit cake at the same time.

    That's a very enticing analogy.

    10/1/13 at 7:23pm

    purplebird7 said:



    What fragrances feature Prunol?