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    Re: Picture Post : Rare Perfumes

    Jean-Francois, I just gained new respect for you. Well done, sir.
  2. Thread: Brut..

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    Re: Brut..

    No and yes, in that order.
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    Re: Mindless Alphabet Frag Naming Game ~ PART 5

    Y is for why do I bother. Then I remember.

    Dzing doesn't start with a Z but it sounds like it. :huh:
  4. Re: Gourmand notes in Woodsy/Pine Cone Fragrances

    Thanks, Al. I like Hinoki. It knows what it's doing. Sequoia is also quite good.
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    Re: Mindless Alphabet Frag Naming Game ~ PART 5

    "C" is for Cade by L'Occitane.
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    Re: Forest Walk (Sonoma Scent Studio)

    On the list. Thanks.
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    Re: Where do you draw the line?

    Ernie Gallo's Fragrance Abuse Clinic

    OK, this definitely belongs here. I didn't see this category or I would have put the post here. :grin:
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    Re: Alternatives to Terre d'Hermes

    Nothing like TdH but this is fantastic stuff.
  9. Re: Gourmand notes in Woodsy/Pine Cone Fragrances

    Thanks, Hobbes. Yep, that's what I'm after. Unfortunately I get the same impression re Nuit Etoilee. And no, Fou d'Absinthe is not gourmand, just doesn't exactly live up to the super-woodsy hype IMO....
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    Re: Bogart Pour Homme, your thoughts?

    Good stuff. If you want pipe tobacco, you'll find it.
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    Re: Where do you draw the line?

    For the record this is by no means a problem for me personally. Just a philosophical question. Thanks for the replies, all.
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    Re: Bogart Pour Homme, your thoughts?

    :grin:
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    Re: Where do you draw the line?

    Thanks for the replies, all. Good answers.
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    Re: A*Men - No Middle Ground - Yes or No

    Interesting so far.
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    Re: SOTD; Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

    A*Men

    http://www.basenotes.net/threads/303237-A*Men-No-Middle-Ground-Yes-or-No
  16. Re: Gourmand notes in Woodsy/Pine Cone Fragrances

    Thanks, Al. And dollarsandscents. I had high hopes for Fou d'Absinthe. Honestly, I'm surprised. Thanks for the recommendations.
  17. Re: Gourmand notes in Woodsy/Pine Cone Fragrances

    I don't. It's the exact scent of sagebrush and chaparral. It's okay.

    Thanks for all the responses.
  18. Re: Gourmand notes in Woodsy/Pine Cone Fragrances

    I'm a fan. Thanks for the tip.
  19. Gourmand notes in Woodsy/Pine Cone Fragrances

    What the hell is up with this? I've noticed it in almost every coniferous-based scent. This was a long time coming, and includes too many to name, but the so-called "woody" L'Artisan fragrances...
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    Re: A*Men - No Middle Ground - Yes or No

    I'm just going to go ahead and count that last one as a Thumbs Down. :thumbdown: :grin:
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    Re: Where do you draw the line?

    Ken & Kagey, good answers, thanks.
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    Re: A*Men - No Middle Ground - Yes or No

    I don't want anyone else making fun of petruccijc. Enough is enough. :grin:
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    Re: Where do you draw the line?

    Thank you. Good answer.
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    A*Men - No Middle Ground - Yes or No

    This is it. No more reviews. No more debate. Yes or No. Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down.
  25. Re: Mosieur de givenchy ( many compliments ) ; vetiver givenchy , givenchy iii, gentleman...incensé.

    Monsieur de Givenchy is great. It's a musky combination of Aqua di Parma Colonia and Dunhill (1934), with extra powder. If you like that combo, you'll love it. Personally, I love it. Great summer...
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    Re: Where do you draw the line?

    Thanks, koala.
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    Re: Where do you draw the line?

    hednic & zubi - Thanks.
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    Re: Where do you draw the line?

    Roger that. Thanks.
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    Where do you draw the line?

    How do you know when/if you have a problem? 100 fragrances? 1,000? 5,000? Is it possible? In the end, how far would you take this? Are you looking for something specific? I am completely aware of...
  30. Re: Advice Re: L'Occitane Cade & Creating Woods Fragrances

    Thank you for the reply, Mumsy. Most informative. I apologize for not making it clear that I chose not to avail myself of this service largely because I was able to accomplish those tasks...
  31. Re: Advice Re: L'Occitane Cade & Creating Woods Fragrances

    Just thought I would drop by with a progress report. I am happy to say that I have had some limited but quite satisfying success with this project. It has been a fun and fascinating undertaking, and...
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    Re: Picture Post : Rare Perfumes

    http://www.christophermendoza.com/razors/9.17.2011.1.jpg
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    Re: L'Occitane Fleur de Lavande?

    Can you provide evidence to back up this statement?
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    Re: L'Occitane Fleur de Lavande?

    L'Occitane discontinues fragrances so fast by the time you read this 5 more will have gone the way of the dodo.

    It's a damn shame, too. They make some excellent stuff.
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    Re: Demeter Giant Sequoia.

    I'm surprised that there are no reviews of this on here. Or anywhere else for that matter.

    I like it. Sort of a sweeter, lighter version of Comme des Garcons Sequoia. More ethereal than real....
  36. Re: Advice Re: L'Occitane Cade & Creating Woods Fragrances

    Thanks, Mumsy. I'll drop her a line.
  37. Re: Advice Re: L'Occitane Cade & Creating Woods Fragrances

    Thanks a million for the replies, folks.

    Thanks for the links, Conni. Did you ever end up trying Ethylene Brassylate as a fixative? I'm considering getting a bit of that as well as Vetiveryl...
  38. Advice Re: L'Occitane Cade & Creating Woods Fragrances

    Greetings, folks. I recently discovered this site and thought I'd see if any of you guys could give me a bit of advice. Firstly, I'm relatively new to the world of fragrance. I received a bottle of...
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