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Perfume Recipe - Fruity Santal

by weekendperfumer on 19th March 2010 at 03:42 AM
This perfume is designed for men and the main theme of Chocolate and Vetiver was borrowed from CANNABIS SANTAL EAU DE PARFUM by Fresh. The original perfume to me sounded like chopped with an axe with couple combinations standing out and I didn't like their Cannabis note at all. But it certainly captivated me with the unusual introduction of chocolate note into a dry woody base.

In my combination I decided to experiment with unusual fruity compounds replacing Cannabis in the heart

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Weekend Perfumer Sniffing Technique

by weekendperfumer on 14th March 2010 at 04:40 AM
You may compare Weekend Perfumer Sniffing Technique to a studying of red wine in a glass. Instead of traditional perfumer blotters this method relies on regular toothpicks and cheap plastic glasses.

The main principle of this sniffing practice is based on the fact that 5 cm (2 inches) of a toothpick absorbs 1 drop of essential oil or aromatic compound.

In other words when you dip a toothpick into a container with oil some of that oil will remain on the toothpick. And

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Updated 19th March 2010 at 03:34 AM by weekendperfumer (added pictures)

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