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    Re: The best Violet Perfume....

    I've really been enjoying Atelier's Sous le Toit de Paris, and I also love Unicorn Spell, so I'm a green violet person. Anyone else like the Atelier? I'm considering a FB.
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    Re: Is Amouage watering down ?

    I read this thread and did a side-by-side of my two decant/samples of Lyric Woman. One is from the year it launched, and one is from 2014. If I didn't know they were the same, I'd think they were...
  3. Re: Underwhelming Experience with Designer Fragrances.......

    I have tried a few nice things in dept. stores and Sephora, but the good part is always the first 5 minutes. It seems to me that the drydowns are mostly very bland and almost invisible. Haven't...
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    Re: Italian Perfumery Awards 2014

    Wonderful, thanks!
  5. Re: The method of making perfume: Mathilde Laurent

    She's sure made some lovely ones!
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    Re: What scents does your pet like on you?

    andym72, I bet your dogs would also like Anisia Bella by Guerlain! I think you solved the mystery.
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    Re: What scents does your pet like on you?

    My houserabbits in general do not like strong smells, but go figure, they both love Angel. Except the cocoa flanker. They can't stand the smell of cocoa. I don't wear Angel often, but I'll put on a...
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    Re: S02E06 by Chandler Burr: The Untitled Series

    OK, mine came today, now I'm nervous about writing first! There is an initial blast of cheerful and clean citrus in the true cologne sense, then the incense, a very ice-cold incense, shows up. I...
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    Re: L'Artisan - Bertrand Duchaufour

    I have not tried any since they began to sell them on television, so I can't really comment. I never liked Timbuktu on myself, NdT I was on the fence about, then really didn't like it, but...
  10. Re: Amouage attars pulled from shelves - no longer being sold

    This seems to connect to how some people have noticed that some old Amouage staples like Lyric seem "watered down" in their new formulations. I did a side by side of Lyric Woman, one from the year it...
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    Re: S02E06 by Chandler Burr: The Untitled Series

    I ordered it and it will arrive early next week, so I'll give a full report of impressions, but no guesses. I was disappointed some people said "Samsara!" last time, that was too much of a spoiler...
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    Re: Chandler Burr's Untitled S02E04

    Mr. Burr, this series has been a lot of fun so far. I can't help but ask, when will 05 be debuting??
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    Re: Chandler Burr's Untitled S02E03

    As a PS, I can see why I thought of the University of California San Diego's library as "companion architecture" to 03. If you Google an image of it, let me know if you agree.
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    Re: Chandler Burr's Untitled S02E03

    I did not see this one coming! The whole family was pretty amazed. We'd never have paid attention to Drakkar Essence, as it's sold at Macy's and we don't generally perfume shop there. None of us had...
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    Re: your favourite male scent to wear

    I went through a whole bottle of Zagorsk, and I love Gaultier's Fleur du Male.
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    Re: Chandler Burr's Untitled S02E04

    I do not know why, but it gives me good dreams if I spray my pillow with this before falling asleep. I stopped using it for a few nights and my dreams were neutral to unpleasant. Tonight, 04 is back...
  17. Re: Name 3 Fragrances that the fragrance community loves, but you don't see the hype!

    OK, people, what are LIDGE and LIDG??
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    Re: Chandler Burr's Untitled S02E03

    Chandler Burr, if you are there, I have a question I hope you can answer. It's about the series as a whole. When you are negotiating for the manufacture of a particular fragrance, can IFRA and EU...
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    Re: Chandler Burr's Untitled S02E03

    I am extremely curious at this point! And, thanks to the males in my family, my bottle is almost empty....
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    Re: Chandler Burr's Untitled S02E04

    Ah, of course I didn't mean actual laughing at, but I did mean chuckling a little with good humor. Because that's what I am doing. If this is what I think it is, in all my years of perfumistahood...
  21. Re: In the mood for a cheapie - Queen or Queen of Hearts by Queen Latifah

    I found Queen of Hearts, 3.4oz, for $9.99! I really like it. It reminds me specifically of a much older perfume, Chopard's Madness. But my old bottle of Madness turned several years ago and got harsh...
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    Re: Chandler Burr's Untitled S02E03

    I'm anosmic to several of the macrocyclic musks and so for me, the synth-citrus and aquatic really jumps out and I don't get the sweaty part, either. The anosmia is one reason I really don't have...
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    Re: Chandler Burr's Untitled S02E04

    Interesting question, and now that you mention it, I'd say, batter! Cold Stone Creamery has a Cake Batter ice cream that smells very similar. After the cupcake batter note, the "pink plastic" note...
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    Re: Chandler Burr's Untitled S02E04

    On Luckyscent, I tried to refrain from listing notes or guessing (except when a note is significant for its cultural meaning), but here, the discussion is freer and more spontaneous, and I love to...
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    Re: Chandler Burr's Untitled S02E04

    Well, Redhorse, I'd have to say plastic, but I think this is from the early 2000s, and there was higher quality juice in the bottle back then, even if the bottle was a celebuscent plastic thingy. I'm...
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    Re: Chandler Burr's Untitled S02E03

    All the guys in my family like it, too. They'll use up the 15ml by Xmas, I think! It smells much better on them than on me.
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    Re: Chandler Burr's Untitled S02E04

    I received it. I get candied fruit, then a massive blast of cupcake, then laundry musk and powder. I actually enjoyed this on my pillow last night, it gave me very pleasant dreams. I don't eat...
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    Re: The surreal world of the amateur perfumer

    I also have an anecdote to share. Back when I lived in the EU, someone called my house and one of my kids answered. I was in my perfume lab. I heard, "No, mom can't come to the phone right now. She's...
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    Re: The surreal world of the amateur perfumer

    Badger excrement, got that tincture! My family couldn't stop laughing as they read this, they've lived it for 7 years....
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    Re: Chandler Burr's Untitled S02E03

    Youth Dew! Oh no, I hadn't thought of that one....
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    Re: Chandler Burr's Untitled S02E03

    To respond to Redhorse, I suspect the thing we didn't want to smell like at the time this scent's progenitor showed up was functional laundry products and cleaners in general. The sharp citrus,...
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    Re: Chandler Burr's Untitled S02E03

    In all my years as a perfumista, I never delved into aquatics. Too much Calone in my youth. The only one in my collection is SL's L'Eau Froide, which I love. So when I tried this new mystery scent,...
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    The (D)Evolution of Perfume Blogging

    I've been reading some interesting discussions on perfume blogs about how the perfume blogosphere has evolved or devolved over the past 7 years or so. I'd love to know what people think about perfume...
  34. Thread: Enchanted Forest

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    Re: Enchanted Forest

    Even without the horrid scandal of Gulnara-Gate, I had pretty much given up on Duchaufour's perfumes. There are too many, and too similar. Also, he's been using a few notes in pretty much all the new...
  35. Thread: uh oh Duchaufour

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    Re: uh oh Duchaufour

    I'm with danny and iodine on this one. BD's persona, with which he lured many clients, was that of a savvy, educated and concerned citizen of the world and experience world traveler. His excuse on...
  36. Thread: uh oh Duchaufour

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    Re: uh oh Duchaufour

    LA2000, that's an idea. I actually just threw out my Frapin 1697 and made a donation to Anti-Slavery International in London. It's not that I think everyone should throw out their old Duchaufour...
  37. Thread: uh oh Duchaufour

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    Re: uh oh Duchaufour

    danny1967,
    Please do not use profanity and imply that other people responding to this thread are hypocrites. You don't know our practices and choices. You can't make that determination. For example,...
  38. Thread: uh oh Duchaufour

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    Re: uh oh Duchaufour

    Very well stated, Evangeline. The world is what we collectively make of it, and even our small choices mean something.
  39. Thread: uh oh Duchaufour

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    Re: uh oh Duchaufour

    Hedonist 222, I don't know if you were being facetious or not when you asked us if we'd take any concrete actions, but it's a very good question. I don't have any BD or LaP perfumes on my wish list,...
  40. Thread: uh oh Duchaufour

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    Re: uh oh Duchaufour

    This is really appalling. L'Artisan Parfumeur should dress him down, because this reflects on their brand as well. I can't imagine that BD would do this if his own son had to labor as a slave in...
  41. Re: Coney island is my dreamland! Why nobody seems to like it?

    I think it's a ton of fun fragrance and I even wrote a positive mini-review of it on PST. It's like Willy Wonka's signature perfume!
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    Re: Your Thoughts On The Oud Craze

    Some of them, like Mona di Orio's and Kilian's Amber Oud, are lovely Westernized takes on the oud note. But the vast majority are just plain silly....
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    Re: Aedes de Venustas EDP

    I'm so glad someone else noticed the celery, I'm not hallucinating! I think this is an interesting green fragrance, the drydown, less so. The celery note sometimes bombards, sometimes disappears. It...
  44. I used to go to London frequently, but now that I...

    I used to go to London frequently, but now that I live across the Pond, I cannot attend. I'm so happy for Birgit, and I know she'll do amber proud (I'm also an amber fan). If you can go, please do so!
  45. Thread: 1697 stinks!

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    Re: 1697 stinks!

    Some days, particularly on really cold winter days, I love it. Then I'll smell it at a different time and think, "Piee-ew!!" It's weird that way, I know a blogger who adores it and had a really bad...
  46. Thread: Synthetic Notes

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    Re: Synthetic Notes

    I LOVE Timberol/Norlimbanol. It's like the scent of a wood fire without the smoke. I used to hate Cashmeran, smelled like mildew, but it plays very nicely with some other players and then smells...
  47. Hyrax Poop Tincture and Other South African Treasures

    I received my order from African Aromatics (africanaromatics.com) about a month ago and have been tincturing my hyrax poop (African Stone), omumbiri and omumgorwa in perfumer's alcohol. They've all...
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    Re: Snowdrift Farms lousy service

    I never do any business with B of A, only use credit unions, and I lost $40 at the Snowdrift Farms closing sale. Awful! However, I did buy perfumer's alcohol from Save on Scents- excellent product...
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    New Duchafours for Lambre? What is Lambre?

    I read that Bertrand Duchaufour created 2 perfumes in 2012 for a door-to-door perfume/cosmetics company HQ'd in the former USSR, Lambre. One is called Son Secret, or something like that. There's a...
  50. Re: Any recent buying disappointments/regrets ~ unsniffed or otherwise?

    Brain death while traveling, been there, done that! I think it's the lack of oxygen on the airplanes....Still, J'Adore Absolu is very wearable!
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    Re: Oakmoss Substitutes and Synthetics

    There are no really accurate substitutes. In fact, I heard that oakmoss was banned because of studies that were actually performed with a different sort of moss! But they won't go back and review. I...
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    Re: LVMH starting to take over Hermès

    If BA wants something, he usually gets it. With whatever it takes. So sad.
  53. Teens who have seen it here like it, it reminds...

    Teens who have seen it here like it, it reminds them of Monty Python; one said, "Is this Terry Gilliam??". But is this the target audience, pre-teens and teens? I know the artist who did the...
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    Trying to Add a Comment

    Hello!
    I've logged in, added a comment to articles, clicked "Submit Comment", only to have it disappear into the ozone, forever! What's going on?
    Thanks,
    Elf
  55. Thread: Vetiver Varieties

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    Re: Vetiver Varieties

    Ayala, that is one awesome article. Thank you so much. I see I'm going to have to expand my vetiver eo collection...let us know, if you decide to use it in cooking or baking, how it turns out.
  56. Thread: Vetiver Varieties

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    Re: Vetiver Varieties

    Ah, Julia Lawless! I'll have to try this. And thanks for the info r/t burning of vetiver grass prior to harvest. That procedure explains a lot about some batches of vetiver!
  57. Thread: Vetiver Varieties

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    Re: Vetiver Varieties

    Sounds interesting. Where is it grown and where is it sold? Or is it a process that makes it "Bourbon"?
  58. Re: What's with these videos? “Adulteration of essential oils”

    Oh, these are absolutely brilliant! I wish every DIYer and aromatherapist could watch them. Thank you for posting them!
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    Re: Keiko Mecheri-Cuir Cordoba

    It is more like the Cuir Amethyste than Daim Blond, Daim Blond is more lush, more decadent, and harder to wear, too! I agree with you about Osmanthus, there's no Osmanthus in it, it's really a...
  60. Thread: Vetiver Varieties

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    Vetiver Varieties

    Hi, folks!
    Happy Holidays! I have a question about vetiver. I use Haitian vetiver from Eden Botanicals, and I like it very much. However, I know some people swear by Indian vetiver. Has anyone...
  61. Thread: Violent notes

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    Re: Violent notes

    Cinnamic aldehyde
    Guiacol
    Safraleine
    Birch Tar

    Wow, now that's a fearsome group!
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    Re: Keiko Mecheri-Cuir Cordoba

    I like this line as well, though Loukhoum was too sweet for me. Cuir Cordoba is very nice, much lighter on the leather than, say, even Kelley Caleche, more like a delightful violet.
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    Re: Le Cherche Midi Fragrance Cubes - Review

    I'm glad to see the owner is on the board, because I'd like to add that the CT01 scent is really lovely, and I wish it hadn't been discontinued. Any chance of it coming back??
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    Re: Roja Dove Unspoken- The Ultimate Chypre

    I always love a chypre, and have many in my collection, I even make them myself. Unspoken is in my top 3, I tried it in parfum and EdP, and actually preferred the EdP, it was a little more spacious...
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    Re: Traditional Attars, which one should I choose?

    Also, champaca is champaca flower, a member of the magnolia family, but completely distinct in scent, comes in white and yellow forms. And zafri is saffron. Hope this helps!
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    Re: Traditional Attars, which one should I choose?

    Mitti is baked earth, it's wonderful. Motia is jasmine. Gulab is rose. Gendi is marigold. Shamamas are complex mixtures of spices and herbs with sandalwood. Majmua is a mixed floral. Kewra is a very...
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    Re: Samsara. What's up wid that?

    I have 5ml of parfum from the 90s (the best, very soft), an EdP from 2001, un Air de Samsara, and Samsara Shine. The strongest by far is the EdP, I agree that the Air de Samsara is a little too...
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    Re: Has Angel Been Reformulated?

    I think it has. I have a mini from the 90s, EdP, and compared it to a bottle I bought in London this year, and they were quite different. The mini had been kept well, so heat/age wasn't a problem....
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    Re: Biagiotti's Venezia by Shorell - Tried it?

    I have the Venezia and Anarchy and I love them both. I compared the Venezia to my treasured mini of the original, they are virtually identical. I never got to try the original Chaos, and I know the...
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    Re: Reformulated Fragrance List

    Feminite du Bois- thinner, less cedar, perhaps to reduce the thujones??
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    Re: Chaos by Donna Karan - old versus new?

    I only tried a dab of vintage Chaos, but I have a large bottle of Irma Shorell's dupe, Anarchy, and they seem very close to me. I love Anarchy and wear it constantly in the fall, it's got lots of...
  72. Thread: DIY Birch Tar

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    Re: DIY Birch Tar

    Zizanoides, you rock! That is an incredible project, and since we have birch here, I think I may try it with some of my (older) students. Wow!
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    Re: Hanae Mori Magical Moon - EDT vs EDP?

    I love Butterfly, but after half a bottle, it got too sweet for me and I sold it. But Magical Moon, I've gone through 2 bottles already. It is never too sweet for me because of the basenote of kyara,...
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    Re: Bloggers must now disclose freebies...

    I've been blogging for nearly two years (as a guest writer) and have never received any free bottles of anything! (sigh...) When I've contacted a niche house or perfumer because I've wanted to...
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    Re: New Sheldrake Perfume

    Maya, the chocolate floral, is my favorite. It's similar to RL's Notorious, but with more oomph, and some incense.
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    New Sheldrake Perfume

    I noticed there was a new perfume from Scents of Time (they do historical/archeologically based perfumes), by Christopher Sheldrake, called Night Star. I believe it's based on perfume ingredients...
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    Re: Creed - Acqua Florentina

    Totally generic fruity-floral. Better quality ingredients than many fruity-florals, but completely synthetic-smelling. Nothing like real plums. Decent lasting power. Typical laundry-white-musk...
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    Re: buying from amazon.com

    I bought a gift set of Eau de Star direct from Amazon- it ended up cooking in a South Florida delivery truck for 2 days at over 110 degrees, by the time I got it, it had developed a major off note....
  79. Re: Altitude Adjustment - No sillage at High Altitudes!

    Definitely the humidity. I live in the Alps and S. Florida, and scents are so different in these locales. During dry periods in the Alps, no sillage, I can even wear "big 80s" frags and keep them to...
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    Re: YvesSaintLaurent Nu

    Oh, how I love Nu! I have a lot of it, and everytime I wear it, I get more compliments than I can stand, or just see people sniffing the air, saying, "What smells so good? What is that smell??"
    I...
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    Re: Agarwood in Rykiel Woman not for men EdP?

    There's no real agarwood in there, IMO, but I detect one of the synths. Givaudan has a lovely accord called Black Agar, and Firmenich has one, too, called Oud. This perfume has a small amount of one...
  82. Re: Sarah Jessica Parker "Lovely" and longevity/sillage

    Lovely is the only celebrity scent I own. It's gorgeous, great for traveling, and has perfect sillage and longevity. In other words, when traveling, I spritz it on in the morning, it's a skin scent...
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    Re: Any suggestions for chypres?

    Yes, I made a classic chypre base (natural) with bergamot, oakmoss, and labdanum, then went from there. My favorite, that I finally made a full bottle of, is a rose-dominated chypre, with mitti for a...
  84. Re: All Invited! ♥ ♥ ♥ Sniff 'n' Speak Saturday, August 1, 2009 ★★★ Fresh Frags

    I've chosen Crazy Libellule and the Poppies Presque Nu today. It was sent to me as a gift, but it's become my favorite scent for the gym and anything athletic. It's a light floral with a strong white...
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    Re: Crazy Libellule Garconnes- Impressions?

    I use Presque Nu (a lovely musk) at the gym, it's perfect, low sillage but very nice. I like the Vanille Macarons also, and Encens Mystic of course. I hope you find the new ones!
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    Crazy Libellule Garconnes- Impressions?

    Has anyone tried these yet? I saw NST reviewed a couple of them (aka Crazysticks), but I didn't see them at Sephora or Anthropologie, and I'm curious if anyone has been able to sniff them. I was...
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    Re: What are your favourite musks?

    Auranone! I'm one of those anosmic people, and Auranone seems to work for everyone, and it's very pretty. I wrote in my Basenotes blog about it (Elf's Compendium of Notes), if you want more info on...
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    Re: Snowdrift Farms sale!

    I think so, except maybe for large quantities? Here's the website:
    http://www.snowdriftfarm.com/
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    Snowdrift Farms sale!

    I like the DIY supplies of Snowdrift Farms, but their shipping costs seem very high and they usually prevent me from buying things from them, except for maybe once a year, tops.
    But I got an email...
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    Re: I tried new Amour flanker (clear bottle)

    I agree. I bought my gold bottle in October, and it was already gone by February! That's a record for me. It has alot of benzoin, which I love. It was a perfect winter fragrance.
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    Re: Eau de Gentiane Blanche by Hermes - my review

    Good review! You know, ambrette smells like pickles to me, too?? And I'm very anosmic to many macrocyclic musks. I think people have different genetic profiles when it comes to the perception of...
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    Re: Elfnotes DIY blog- come and share!!

    I've added massoia bark (lactones) and seville lavender. Seville lavender seems kind of new. Has anyone actually used it in a perfume? I'd like to know if it works as a fig note.
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    I tried new Amour flanker (clear bottle)

    Well, that bottle's totally gorgeous, in print and live. But the juice! ACK! Yet another synthetic citrus/floral Light Blue wannabe, #1,456,999 in a series. I was really disappointed. Fortunately,...
  94. Re: My olfactive review of Givaudan's latest molecule: Cosmone

    I second that, great blog, Scentophile! As an amateur, hobby perfumist living in a tiny town with lots of cows, sheep, and goats (about 10 of each per every human) it's wonderful to hear about the...
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    Re: Elfnotes DIY blog- come and share!!

    Dilution is really necessary with some components, otherwise, they're overwhelming, or alternately, imperceptible. Unfortunately, real perfumer's alcohol is harder to get here in the obscure villages...
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    Re: Why the Ad in My Post??

    Thanks, Grant!
  97. Re: My olfactive review of Givaudan's latest molecule: Cosmone

    What is this musk like compared to Auranone and Teak? And for those who are anosmic to musks such as Habanolide and Ambrettolide, does Cosmone hold out any hope (is it a mix of different families of...
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    Re: Elfnotes DIY blog- come and share!!

    Mine is a steam distilled EO from Liberty Natural. Sadly, I don't get any rum tones from mine. The method of distillation does matter, I'll remember to mention it. Frankincense and lavenders come to...
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    Re: Elfnotes DIY blog- come and share!!

    Yes, my perfumes are mostly natural (about 80%, usually), but I have some fave aromachemicals also. I'll have to try homofuranol. I particularly love auranone, a mixed musk that I can actually smell...
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    Why the Ad in My Post??

    Hello, Moderators!
    Why is there an ad for Microsoft Silverlight in my post? I didn't put it there.... can it be removed??
    Thanks
    http://community.basenotes.net/showthread.php?t=228704
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