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  1. Re: Rare Chanel Sycomore 15ml Parfum version

    Gahhhhhh IT DOES EXIST!!!

    Thanks for replying to my post in the other thread. I was going to ask if you'd kindly share some photos, but lo and behold. Thanks for sharing! Care to share any...
  2. Re: What vintage fragrances are you sampling right now?

    Long live vintage minis! I think they're a great way to sample otherwise expensive stuff. I usually pay nor more than $13/per. The only real issue I've ever had with them was buying a lot of Antaeus...
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    Re: Are We Too Hard on Fragrance YouTubers?

    I've found some semi-useful reviews of outdoor gear and/or tips for minimalist backpacking. But first you have to sift though the ones from companies, which always seem to show up first in the...
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    Diorling from a decant courtesy of epap.

    It is on par with the other Diors from this era, which is to say, outstanding. Really refined leather chypre with some of the fruity floral top notes...
  5. Re: The attar wand- to use or not to use. That is the question.

    I don't use the wand, I favor plastic toothpicks and never double dip. With some of the sandalwood oils that I bought years back, I did use the wand and started to notice an accumulation of...
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    Re: Roja Dove Sampling

    Danger Femme

    Ah, so this must be the Samsara one. Some degree of connection in the opening to be sure, but not nearly the same level of rounded creaminess of the Samsara I know. Far less...
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    Re: A parfum for nihilism

    Yep!



    Hey uhh, nice marmot.
  8. Re: Bortnikoff perfumes (take note Areej le Dore fans!)

    Break 'em out!

    Got mine from LS as well. First, brief impressions off the cuff after testing on paper, 2 hours since spraying:

    Symphonie de Néroli - weird off-putting mix of florals, something...
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    Re: No-Buy September (formerly No-Buy August)

    I'm out. Bought a sample of Squid and a few decants while DecantShop had 30% off. I think they're still overpriced with that discount, but not terribly.

    I've generally been good with taming bottle...
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    Re: Slumberhouse Discussion

    Grev, Kiste, and Sadanne back in stock at Twisted Lily, still for $160. Samples available as well.
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    Re: Is Linearity Such a Bad Thing?

    Not necessarily a bad thing at all. If something smells great out of the nozzle and holds its shape til its dying breath with little to no change, I'm happy. If it starts out boring and doesn't...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    It is truly a standout for me as well. Over the years I've realized that the texture of a fragrance is often equally important to me, if not more, then the scent/smell itself. I'm drawn to a large...
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    Wearing Francesco Smalto pour Homme from an epap decant today. I really like it. It has a modern kind of smokiness (almost campfire, the kind US indie houses seem to love) over a super smoothed out...
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    Re: New Coromandel perfume?

    I've crossed my fingers for a parfum version of Sycomore, just to see how it fares in that format, but Coromandel also has my interest. Hopefully it is available for testing somewhere in Manhattan...
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    Re: Your Most Worn August 2019

    Worn 3x or more:





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    Or Black by Pascal Morabito
    5 wears
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    It's really good stuff!



    I love me some Florida Water. Kind of ironic that it is so plentiful for so cheap, because doesn't Florida have some of the worst and most vulnerable groundwater in the...
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    Re: FINALLY - Found a vetiver I don't like

    I think it definitely has some bitter green aromatic qualities, the opening especially. I like that part but can see how others wouldn't. Kind of like an artemisia type of bitterness. I've only worn...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    Will be syncing in some Avon this afternoon once I stop at home. My choices consist of a decant of Oland, which is a really nice classic old-school leather, and two full bottles of older Avon...
  19. Re: 2019 Fall Fragrances You Plan To Wear/Obtain?

    Nothing on the radar to buy unless Tarnet materializes. To wear...these lists never seem to reflect what I actually end up wearing, but I like making them anyway:

    Ambre Sultan - Serge Lutens
    Eau...
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    A Fahrenheit duo today. Fahrenheit 0 degré on one hand, 30 Avenue Hoche Fahrenheit on the other. I like wearing summer flankers side by side with the original, it's a nice combo.



    It's nice...
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    Re: Most Pretentious Fragrance Names

    Oh, it's a fantastic name! I just couldn't think of anything literally more pretentious.
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    Re: Most Pretentious Fragrance Names

    I'm going literal on this one:

    Snob - Le Galion



    Ehhhh I'm pretty sure they have a "word wheel" over at Montale. Spin it, throw a dart, add word either before or after Aoud or Musk. A bunch...
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    Re: PK Perfumes by Paul Kiler Sample Pass

    We usually only get a few cestrum monster posts each year, this thread is making my day. Thanks for putting these out there, cn! Great to see you around :)
    ____

    Getting into these - what a giant...
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    Re: La Perfumerie Moderne — Shuttered?

    No prob. I checked and it is worth noting, his last email was on 7/24 and he said it would be back that week, but still nothing. I also replied that day or a few later with some questions about the...
  25. Re: What's the correct way to pronounce "Knize"?

    I've always said:

    Kuh (like control, computer, complete)
    Nee (niece, need, knee)
    Zhuh (like....the zhuh in parmesan, but not exactly. sables 'shed' example is pretty close)

    With emphasis on...
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    Re: La Perfumerie Moderne — Shuttered?

    I've had on & off email contact with Philippe Neirinck (owner/founder) over the past few months (since the site went down) and according to him, no, they are just having issues with their website...
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    Re: Cosmetic surgery/procedures

    And to think it all happened just a few years after Super Size Me came out. It wasn't meant to be taken literally, Thierry.
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    Re: Cosmetic surgery/procedures

    Most people I know that have had it or are considering it are doing so for functional purposes - namely, breast reductions.

    I used to do brightwork (varnishing teak, mostly) on fancy yachts for a...
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    Re: No-Buy August

    Definitely doesn't count, your safe.

    If you want, I could slightly outbid you by like $0.50 and if I win, I'll hold onto it until September and you can PayPal me the total and I'll send it your...
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    Re: Roja Dove Sampling

    That doesn't surprise me. It seems like a well-done vetiver will always find purchase in the positive realm.



    Makes sense, it was definitely Bel Ami-esque.



    Creation-E Homme was indeed...
  31. Re: What is your TOP 3 DESIGNER of all-time??

    Totally agree, I'm not convinced attempting to find a resolution is a worthy endeavor either. It's like trying to find consensus on what is gourmand, powdery, etc.

    I'm just curious why various...
  32. Re: What is your TOP 3 DESIGNER of all-time??

    That's what I figured, although I asked because I really didn't know what Foamywax specifically meant. In the bog standard (had to Google that one BTW) malls near me, Maison Margiela are readily...
  33. Re: What is your TOP 3 DESIGNER of all-time??

    At the moment and off the top of my head, probably these:

    Azzaro pour Homme
    Fahrenheit
    L'Arte di Gucci



    Given that Martin Margiela is a fashion designer and the house is considered French...
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    Re: What Oud/Mukhallat are you wearing today?

    Yesterday:

    Genda Attar - Agarwood Assam (lovely tagetes/marigold heart)
    Oud Zachariyya - Ensar Oud (Burmese Oudh al Hind)

    Today:

    Viet Zephyr - Imperial Oud

    I wasn't that taken with it...
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    Re: The Fragrance Confessions thread

    I house sat from Tuesday afternoon through Saturday morning, so for ~4 days. I brought with me:

    5 full bottles
    9 travel sprays
    61 samples

    When I unpacked them and laid them all out my first...
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    Re: Roja Dove Sampling

    Tried a few more over the past week:

    Mischief Femme

    I love this opening. It smells to me like it is dominated by a minty, heady tuberose/jasmine/orange blossom combo that in many cases I find...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    My first choice was Infusion - Bombay Sapphire which seems to essentially be Bombay Sapphire aromatics morphed into a fragrance. It smells just like gin, which is to say, wonderful. But I am...
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    Re: What do you wear purely for yourself?

    Sure looks that way.

    Unless of course Mr. Prince's first name is Damien, which would be epic when he was called upon on the first day of class in elementary school during roll call:

    Teacher:...
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    Re: Rien incense battle

    Me neither, I don't think either of them are all that incensey. Pissy chypre first, everything else second.

    lovetribe, are you still enjoying L'Eau Trois? I recall a while back you were very into...
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    I would concur with it being on the dandy end of things for sure. Dandy isn't a preferred genre that I'd like to have on myself all day, although Pavarotti is surely one I wouldn't complain about if...
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    Today is Vétiver - Annick Goutal

    I picked up a second bottle a few months ago that I believe is much older than my square one (as pictured in directory here). It is the ribbed cylindrical style...
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    Re: Givenchy III Discussion

    Glad to see a thread on this one, it is sort of a measuring stick 70's chypre for me and one of the few things I keep on hand more for reference than wearing regularly. I think it is a great example...
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    Re: Hendley Laboratory Series 2019

    Glad you both are enjoying some of these! I've only worn Linden a few times since I received it but do like it. Like SubUmbra mentioned, a wonderful portrait of the raw material. I should type up...
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    Re: Roja Dove Sampling

    LiveJazz kicked these my way, thanks bud! I've gone through a few so far and liked 2/3. I have tried a handful of them in-store before and generally thought they we're decent but have never felt...
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    Syncing in Florida Water.

    Apparently used in some Santeriá practices and since it is primarily an Afro-Cuban thing, it seemed to fit. Plus the chiller in my building at work is broken and I have...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    I was thinking of breaking out the decant of Creed Vetiver (1948) supposedly and dubiously worn by JFK. According to Creed, he wore it during the highly successful Bay of Pigs invasion and Operation...
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    Re: Will I love Guerlain du 68 parfum?

    Cologne du 68 is really entirely different, but they both strike me as clearly Guerlain. I'm going to stick my neck out and say there's a 50-50 chance you do.



    I've always found it odd too. If...
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    Re: NEW: Zoologist (?)

    bl00drunzcold is correct. To clear up the confusion about the limited edition bottles, straight from the horse's mouth (aka Victor):



    Next up from the house, Horse's Mouth. This is a scent...
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    Re: Original Gucci Pour Homme

    I think I only tried it once, few years back, and recall finding it so so but leaning towards nice. Posts like yours make me want to revisit.

    Would you say it's at all similar to R de Capucci?
    ...
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    Re: NEW: Zoologist (?)

    I was hoping for something whale related, but squid is fun. I almost bit on the blind buy but came to my senses. I think the house is fantastic overall, a rare occurrence of liking both the...
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    Re: Vintage Gengis Khan sample pass

    I've finally given Genghis Khan a few sprayed wearings and am in the midst of one now.

    Opens spiced and aromatic with what seems like cinnamon, lavender, something peppery, and a little twang of...
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    Re: Post a Picture of Your Scents - Edition VII

    I love the tray photos and the tray idea in general. Fiveoaks and yourself seem to perpetually smell great. I haven't sniffed Rose Anonyme in a long time but keep meaning to revisit. I like that...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    Same page, I knew you'd pick it :) Did you know I would? Because I did! I wore Rose Boheme to bed last night and it was still plenty present on my arm this morning. If I roll my sleeve up, it's still...
  54. Re: One vintage that you can't (or would not want to) live without

    There are worse things. What would really bother us is if you changed it back just because we made noise



    It went from "row row" to "roar o", like Zoro. I wish I trilled it, maybe I should...
  55. Re: One vintage that you can't (or would not want to) live without

    Was just thinking the same. It's throwing me off and making me pronounce it differently. You're wearing Kouros Fraîcheur, RoRo. The diminutive lower-case doesn't add up :)
  56. Re: Come Clean........ 5 worst fragrances you regret having purchased

    All blind buys:

    Bentley Intense for Men Came after this because of the comparisons with Idole de Lubin. It smells nothing like Idole to me, not even remotely close. Sure they're both orientals,...
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    Re: Your most worn July 2019

    Worn 3x or more:




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    Or Black by Pascal Morabito
    5 wears
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    Re: What do you wear purely for yourself?

    It's all for me, Damien.
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    Re: Hendley Perfumes

    Went pretty quick for sure. Great price too ($85) relative to when extrait came in 50ml ($260). I think it higher than the rest because of the vanilla and maybe one or two of the other materials. I...
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    Re: Any houses on your “no buy list”

    Yeah I've no doubt they smell identical to the folks who stated so in the thread. They were just different enough for me to pick up on something. Whether or not they actually are different is another...
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    Re: Any houses on your “no buy list”

    I believe it, and have smelled it. Gian Luca Perris was kind enough to send me a sample set of all the PMC stuff from 2016 plus samples of AA Musk and Essence de Patchouli for comparison, after that...
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    Re: Hendley Laboratory Series 2019

    The 4th release is named, notes listed, and in the mail. According to tracking it should be in my mitts later today. Excited to give it a whirl.

    From the lab series blog:

    LINDEN

    Ambient...
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    Re: Hendley Perfumes

    In case anyone has been subscribed to this since 2015 when remik started it, Bourbon is once again for sale in both extrait/parfum form and Eau de Cologne. I believe it was one of his more popular...
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    Re: Any houses on your “no buy list”

    Exactly what I was trying to figure out how to say, in a much more concise way than it would have come out. I am generally an EES as well.

    But for the hell of it, I'll randomly pick a few and...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    Despite sampling something like 25-30 from the house in the lovely PerfumedLady's massive sample pass, I never ended up with a bottle or additional sample of anything. I liked quite a few, memorably...
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    Re: Creed - Selection Verte

    MPeG has historically been difficult to sample, and I think continues to be. They're not very good about keeping sellers stocked. LuckyScent does carry some of them now, although I don't think...
  67. Re: Soaps / Shower Gels - Currently Using, Favourites, Purchases, etc.

    I decided to try the Puig Agua Lavanda bar soap instead of the shower gel. It smelled 99% similar to the gel, which is to say, fantastic. It lathers nicely and doesn't dry out my skin too much,...
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    Re: Vintage Gengis Khan sample pass

    The Khagan has landed. Currently luxuriating in some vintage Gucci No.3 parfum so will give GK a full wearing/full thoughts later, but I couldn't resist a little swipe from the atomizer tube.

    One...
  69. Re: Mixerscent Attar and deep Vintage Sample Pass

    So glad to see this still going! Nothing like a good marathon pass.

    Enjoying your thoughts, Kotori and Jux. For all the love that Tribute receives, I wasn't all that jazzed about it. I found it...
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    Re: Slumberhouse Discussion

    I'm probably not the first person to make the connection, but with these cryptic "long walk on the beach" instagram videos, my first thought was Mare. Beach and ocean/la mer/la mar/mare, etc.


    ...
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    Re: Oliver & Co. Niche Perfumery Thread

    This was my favorite from the house and ^^^ is more or less exactly how I'd describe it. Very clove/carnation/eugenol heavy, light to no vetiver, and autumnal. It reminds me of battered, seasoned,...
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    Re: Hendley Laboratory Series 2019

    I've really been enjoying Jupiter in the hot weather. Enjoying in general really, but I think he nailed his own brief in terms of creating something refreshing that can be sprayed with abandon. Sits...
  73. Re: One vintage that you can't (or would not want to) live without

    Three years later, I'm singing a different tune. First, I barely ever wear Furyo anymore (although still enjoy it) and sold two of my three bottles. Second and perhaps more importantly, after...
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    Re: Vintage Gengis Khan sample pass

    Jumping on the Eau de hednic action. Thanks Bavard & Quarry! I've enjoyed reading the impressions so far. I have concocted a fairly strong mental/olfactory image of what GK smells like and am...
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    Re: Creed - Selection Verte

    It's good stuff. I liked it way more that I thought I would (thx N.Cal!).

    The only thing I've tried that smells like it is Fraiche Badiane - Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier. FB is a little darker than...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    Synced in Vetiver Tonka - Hermčs for tonka bean as the offending material.

    I think tonka bean smells great on its own (the absolute smells wonderful) but for my tastes, it's often used in a way...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    Synced in Fahrenheit, because there's gotta be a gas station somewhere in the city where someone got sloppy with the pump.

    Last week was Fahrenheit 0 degré, done by Duchaufour, as were all of the...
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    Re: Oliver & Co. Niche Perfumery Thread

    If anyone asked me what they should try from Oliver & Co., I'd immediately say:

    "DON'T GO NEAR THE NEBULAE SERIES!!!"

    I thought everything else was okay to pretty good, with one or two mehs....
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    Re: SIXTEEN92 Discussion Thread

    Was really pumped to see Moirai make a comeback, my vial of the oil was running low. After sampling roughly 40 from the house, that and Supercell are my favorites, and I missed out on that reboot...
  80. Re: SP Parfums Sven Pritzkoleit - Official Discussion Thread

    Thank you! I must have missed the bolded while browsing the website, I didn't know that. 50 Euro is easily achievable with the amount of things I haven't tried yet.

    Does Powder & Dust remind you...
  81. Re: SP Parfums Sven Pritzkoleit - Official Discussion Thread

    Thanks for the updated thoughts, thebeck. I'm still enjoying Liquorice Vetiver very much, but haven't been digging into the samples all that often. A few of the newer ones have my interest,...
  82. Re: Anal Completionist Newbie Needs Forum Reading Strategy

    Totally agree. This has always been my approach to anal completion.

    Searching within subforums helps as well.
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    I synced in Vetiverissimo - Bruno Fazzolari on Friday. It was slow at work so instead of trying to find something that it evokes, I figured I'd deploy my horrendous MS Paint skills and draw how it...
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    Re: Your most worn June 2019

    Lots of vetiver in June, 'tis the season. Coulda sworn I wore Eau de Cade (L'Occitane) 3 times but it didn't even show up as worn twice.

    Worn 3 times or more:




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    Re: Amouage Rose Incense (2019) *NEW*

    I'd love to see Chong, in his final action as CD, simply put some cheap rosé (the wine) in a cheap looking bottle (check), and throw a half stick of dime-a-dozen nag champa in each bottle. Let's call...
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    Re: Lacoste Land

    It's really an interesting one, Mike. And complex for sure. I think it is one of the more distinctive fragrances I've tried period, but especially so considering its peers when it came out. It does a...
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    Re: A Short Guide to Coniferous Fragrances:

    This is really great, thanks Jr.S. Wide reaching list with concise and tangible descriptions, well done. And thanks to Scarce for posting in-thread. I'm mostly on the same page in terms of how I...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    Twinning with k@n in Idole de Lubin, which has company today. I have the lab to myself so am also wearing a pair of Vétiver: Annick Goutal (older EdT) on one hand and Dior on the other. The weird...
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    Re: Hendley Perfumes

    Couldn't agree more, it's a beautiful smoky cedar done with plenty of air underneath what could easily be a stifling smoky accord, much like Fume. He really hit it out of the park, it's been a lot...
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    Re: Hendley Perfumes

    Bloodline is going crazy fast. As of 11:17 (17 minutes after release) there are two left.
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    Re: Hendley Perfumes

    Not sold out, it will be back soon.

    For those interested, keep an eye on the American Perfumer online shop in the coming days. It's a limited edition made for them and will not be sold via the...
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    Re: Hendley Laboratory Series 2019

    Yes indeed, Laboratory Series #3 is in the mail and should be here tomorrow. Fitting in with a summer theme, it sounds like a fun, refreshing citrus/musky/woody number. Hans is calling it Jupiter. ...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    Three cheers for meeshycat! A BNer I've come to associate with No.22, powder, lily, generosity, humor, and no f***s given - all things I admire.

    Started off in my go-to white floral chypre...
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    Re: Most worn: May 2019

    I like the, assuming unplanned, consistency of color and tone.
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    Re: Most worn: May 2019

    Just returned a few days ago after spending most of May offshore w/no fragrances, so not a lot of repeat wears. I did take a few oud oil samples and a 1/4 tola of sandal oil with me, wearing the...
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    Re: Blind buy Safari Extreme?

    Almost two years later, I won't pretend I'm not proud of that post.

    But really, our dude looks uncannily like Nick Hexum. OneBlueSummer...311 had one Blue Album, released during the summer. ...
  97. Re: How much BETTER is the ribbed Guerlain Vetiver

    I don't know about better, but like peeps I'd say there certainly are minor differences between the versions I've tried (old EdC, 2001 ribbed EdT, 2014 pre-Listerine bottle EdT) although I have to...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    Happy indie day, Cazaubon! When I think of Sadanne, I think of you. Hopefully that memory is correct, because I seem to remember you spraying some on at Twisted Lily a few summers ago?

    I don't...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    A gem indeed, nice find. Just last night I pulled out my epap decant and dabbed some on. Really lovely stuff and deep vintage regularly pops up at relatively low prices.
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    Re: Word

    ebay (alt. fleabay, if Diddy is speaking :) or is he a fleecebay guy? anyway eBay et al.)

    I'd also say:

    Modern

    As we're often comparing vintage to modern versions. See, I already said...
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