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  1. Re: 7th Wedding Anniversary Fragrance Shortlist

    Ormonde Jayne Orris Noir: has a similar feel to Tsarina but if more myrrh-focused,possibly even nicer for winter? Smells very luxurious.
    Serge Lutens Daim Blond: since she likes Bottega Veneta,...
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    Re: Most worn in October 2018

    6 wears: Malle Lys Mediterranee

    5 wears: Guerlain Vol de Nuit, Guerlain Bois d'Armenie

    4 wears: Mona di Orio Bohea Boheme

    3 wears: Amouage Memoir Woman, PG Indochine, Le Galion L'Ame...
  3. Re: Most worn in September and Third Quarter of 2018

    X4: Serge Lutens Ambre Sultan, Reminiscence Inoubliable Elixir
    X3: Serge Lutens Chergui, Diptyque Eau Lente, Guerlain Shalimar, Cloon Keen Atelier Castana, Donna Karan Chaos, Ormonde Jayne Ormonde...
  4. Thread: T K Maxx

    by ClaireV
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    Re: T K Maxx

    Popped into my local TX Maxx today and this is what I found (all prices in Euros):

    Shalimar Brume de Cheveaux (Hair Mist), 30mls - 26.99
    Samsara EDT, 100mls EDT - 79.99
    MH La Fumee Arabie...
  5. Re: Waters + Wild is an organic perfumery from Ireland (news from Pitti 2018)

    I keep meaning to buy a sample pack! Must remedy that soon. Ireland produces some good stuff, actually. One of my favorite perfumes is Castana by Cloon Keen Atelier, which Luca Turin awarded a...
  6. Re: Lush, true GREEN scent with development, what do you recommend?

    Ormonde Jayne Woman (perfectly unisex, coniferous)
    Papillon Dryad
    Vero Parfumo Mito
    Masque Milano Romanza
    Jacomo Silences
    Annick Goutal Ninfeo
    La Via del Profumo Oakmoss
    Soft Lawn by...
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    Re: Most Worn -- August 2018

    5 X Chanel Sycomore EDT, Ormonde Jayne Tolu
    3 X Boucheron Jaipur Homme EDP, Chanel Cuir de Russie EDT
    2 X Amouage Lyric Woman, SHL777 Taklamakan, Arquiste Ella, Le Labo Iris 39, Miller Harris La...
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    Re: Most worn in August 2018

    No, it's not! Be happy with your warm air, please :tongue:
    Actually, we have enjoyed a superb summer this year and it was quite warm (for Irish standards)....but by August, I was bored of the fresh...
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    Re: Most worn in August 2018

    5 X Chanel Sycomore EDT, Ormonde Jayne Tolu
    3 X Boucheron Jaipur Homme EDP, Chanel Cuir de Russie EDT
    2 X Amouage Lyric Woman, SHL777 Taklamakan, Arquiste Ella, Le Labo Iris 39, Miller Harris La...
  10. Thread: Saffron & Rose

    by ClaireV
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    Re: Saffron & Rose

    + 1 to the Aramis Calligraphy series, and to Safran Troublant

    I would add:

    Diptyque Opone
    A.Maze by People of the Labyrinths
    Swiss Arabian Mukhallat Maliki (attar, but there's also an EDP) ...
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    Re: Why such contempt for Aventus?

    I agree with DuNezDeBuzier - there's no contempt for the fragrance itself, only for the ridiculous posturing and obsessiveness that surrounds it in the FragComm. I've smelled Aventus again and again,...
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    Re: Santal Nanataea by Mona di Orio

    It's going to be carried at Luckyscent soon, Mike! I think I remember you not being impressed by Santal Noble, so you might not like this as it's somewhat in the same vein - an aromatic, brusque take...
  13. Re: Matching scents. Picking the right beard oil for the cologne you wear

    I make my husband's beard oil from a combination of essential oils, absolutes, and oud samples I have lying around, mixed into jojoba oil. The last time, I also tipped into a few ml of an Incense Oud...
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    Re: Your top 5 guerlain female perfumes?

    Essential ones for me are:

    Vol de Nuit
    Mitsouko
    Shalimar
    Jicky
    Bois d'Armenie
    Encens Mythique d'Orient
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    Re: ASMR Perfume Videos

    Oud Dude, it's fascinating that ASMR can help calm episodes of tinnitus - I can totally see how covering up the ringing sound with ASMR must be therapeutic/masking. Is tinnitus related to your career...
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    Re: ASMR Perfume Videos

    Well, Neurotica, your passion for it has swayed me, along with PerfumedLady's testimonial. I am going to try it tonight. If it works, I will be coming back to blow you electronic kisses!
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    Re: ASMR Perfume Videos

    I have yet to make it past 2 minutes of any ASMR videos. For those who have, may I ask - are these soft, whispering sounds genuinely relaxing to you? Because every time my mother tries to open a...
  18. Re: Conversations with the Artisan: Trygve Harris of Enfleurage

    Hi AlHamr,

    You make an excellent point, and express it it such a gentle and elegant way too. Thank you so much for making this comment. I realize that you're right, of course. That...
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    Re: Bruno Acampora discussion

    :lolk: I can't tell where the man rug begins and the rug rug ends....
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    Re: Bruno Acampora discussion

    I really liked Azzurro di Capri, though - a little slice of sunshine that has nothing to do with the image above ^
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    Re: Bruno Acampora discussion

    Ha! I'd like to think that the Acampora directors would be horrified by our cultural references here *clasps pearls to chest*. But they keep making the formulas, so....

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    Re: Bruno Acampora discussion

    I definitely think that all the Bruno Acampora oils smell of their time, i.e., of the 1970's - lots of earthy mustiness, shag pile carpets, orange corduroy, and full bushes!
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    Re: Bruno Acampora discussion

    I've loved them ever since you introduced me to them, Ebenas (thank you!), and have reviewed almost all of them for my upcoming book. I owned a bottle of Iranzol EDP and had to swap it away because,...
  24. Re: The Rising Phoenix Perfumery Sample Impressions Thread

    Guys, I contacted JK DeLapp to ask him about how he is going to settle with those who invested funds in his Indiegogo campaign, and he confirmed to me that he is happy to work with you personally to...
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    Re: UKers check out LUSH perfumes!

    Oh and here I thought I was the only one being held to ransom in this manner.
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    Re: SOTD: Thursday, 2nd August, 2018

    Thanks so much for my lovely birthday wishes, you guys! :dankk2:

    I am wearing Messe de Minuit, from a newly acquired vintage bottle (2nd edition, the eau de cologne in the reddish-brown paisley...
  27. Re: Banana Peel Note in ELDO’s Jasmine et Cigarette ?

    Could it possibly be from the benzyl acetate, an ester naturally occurring in jasmine and ylang (but also synthesized and sold as a molecule for use in perfumery)? I smell a high-toned, fruity...
  28. Re: Conversations with the Artisan: Ensar of Ensar Oud

    Hi Sparky, thank you for your comment. My intent for the Conversations with the Artisan series here on Basenotes was not intended to provide an overview of any one segment of the market but to shed...
  29. Re: Thank youRe: Conversations with the Artisan: Ensar of Ensar Oud

    Hi Michail, welcome and thanks for commenting. Yes, oud is an expensive area to get into, I agree. I'll be publishing a book on attars and pure ouds soon, after which I plan to organize a sample pass...
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    Re: SOTD: Tuesday, 24th July, 2018

    Awful about Greece, I am so sorry SeaRoses and anyone from that region. We had a similar incident a few days ago, fortunately with no fatalities, when some inconsiderate jerk lit a cigarette or BBQ...
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    Re: Biggest surprises in Perfumes The Guide 2018?

    I personally can't tell the difference, but he immediately said, "What, is he crazy? Obviously the new one is better!" but he's 7 and loves anything new and shiny.

    Is this the new one in the...
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    Re: Biggest surprises in Perfumes The Guide 2018?

    Well, I'm not sure it's that people thought he'd be championing mediocrity, just that perhaps he would adopt the same policy of overlooking or not writing about the samples he hated, just as on the...
  33. Re: Conversations with the Artisan: Ensar of Ensar Oud

    Thanks so much, Diamondflame! Which one are you tempted by - the oud or the sandalwood sampler? I hope at some point that the attars gain enough traction that they too are offered as a sampler.
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    Re: Biggest surprises in Perfumes The Guide 2018?

    The new Guide is fantastic – erudite, witty, entertaining, and the essays upfront are particularly worth reading and reading again. But even more interesting than the book itself has been the...
  35. Re: Conversations with the Artisan: Ensar of Ensar Oud

    Hi JBS1, thanks! I think that those entries need to be submitted separately, through Grant or Judith? Only the oils I wrote about in the article got a product link or page, because Grant adds those...
  36. Re: Conversations with the Artisan: Ensar of Ensar Oud

    Absolutely, Primrose - anything to shed light on this strange, quixotic material, so central to the culture and economies of the SE Asian countries where it grows.
  37. Re: Conversations with the Artisan: Ensar of Ensar Oud

    Thank you, Joe, I appreciate it!
  38. Re: Conversations with the Artisan: Ensar of Ensar Oud

    Thank you Hazel & Vmaster!

    The Ensar Oud sandalwood sampler kit is once again available, here. I will send the link on to Grant so he can update the interview.
  39. Re: Conversations with the Artisan: Ensar of Ensar Oud

    Thank you to all who commented, I am so glad you found it interesting! Oud is an interesting subject, as is Ensar himself. Epapsiou, thanks for drawing our attention to the broken links - the oud one...
  40. Re: Mesdames et Mesdemoiselles: Do you watch video fragrance reviewers?

    I waded through about 20 of them a month ago in order to find about 14 YouTube "best of 2017" lists to use in an article I was writing about the demographics of perfume - who is buying perfume, do...
  41. Thread: PayPal glitch?

    by ClaireV
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    Re: PayPal glitch?

    Thanks, Grant! You sorted me out - although you could have kept the extra subscription and absconded to a life of luxury on Kos with the dirty proceeds :laugh:
  42. Thread: PayPal glitch?

    by ClaireV
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    Re: PayPal glitch?

    Ha ha, me too! I hate stuff like checking my bank account or PayPal account online. Which, of course, makes it perfectly easy for stuff like this to happen and me not notice.
  43. Thread: PayPal glitch?

    by ClaireV
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    Re: PayPal glitch?

    Hi Bonnette, yes, the two payments were for the same amount (the annual subscription fee) but my tip was a different amount, given a couple of weeks previously. It's probably just a simple glitch,...
  44. Thread: PayPal glitch?

    by ClaireV
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    PayPal glitch?

    I don't know if it's a PayPal glitch or a Basenotes one, but the annual BN Plus subscription fee was taken out of my account twice, once on 15 June, and again on 16 June (a preapproved payment). I'd...
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    Re: Cheaper alternatives to Portrait of a Lady

    I was going to recommend Note di Profumum's Meraviglia (Re), but then realized that (i) it costs $265 per 100ml, and (ii) the OP hasn't been active on Basenotes since June 2015 so we are all just...
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    Re: SOTD: Friday, 1st June, 2018

    I certainly will and thanks, Caz. We are so excited about all the wonderful food and castles.
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    Re: SOTD: Friday, 1st June, 2018

    Morning all, I'm at the airport with the family, about to head off to France for the holidays. Dublin airport has some new stuff! I'm wearing the new Chanel Paris-Deauville edc and AdP Chinotto (I...
  48. Re: Vetiver Fragrances, but no Vetiver Straight as main note. Recommendations

    Timbuktu
    Lampblack
    Shaal Nur
    Bal d'Afrique
    Palais Jamais

    ^All great "not very vetivery" vetiver scents
  49. Re: Favorites and Best Oud ( alcohol ) fragrances available in market less than 200USD ?

    Hi there - Parfumo is another perfume community site, populated with mostly German-speaking folks from the Benelux countries, but their souk section is a really great (and fast-moving) market place....
  50. Re: Favorites and Best Oud ( alcohol ) fragrances available in market less than 200USD ?

    Containing real (Laotian) plantation oud oil:

    The Different Company Oud Shamash
    The Different Company Oud for Love
    Mona di Orio Oud Osmanthus
    MFK Oud Cashmere Mood & Oud Satin Mood

    ...
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    Re: SOTD: Monday, 28th May, 2018

    Hello everyone! It's a Diptyque day for me thus far, with Eau Lente in the morning for a run on the beach and post-shower, Fleur de Peau, from a sample. I'm liking Fleur de Peau very much - mostly a...
  52. Re: Help with finding the right SHALIMAR BY GUERLAIN concentration

    The pure parfum, preferably vintage, although the current parfum is also good. Failing that, if you can get your hands on the Parfum de Toilette concentration, an 1980's concentration equivalent to...
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    Re: Scents with umami qualities

    Oh yeah, I completely agree with Selperniku being on this spectrum, and although many people will argue against this broader definition of unami past its existence as a flavoring agent/chemical, I am...
  54. Re: Please help me decide on a summer (eau de) cologne/perfume

    I'm going through something rather similar at the moment, Freewheeling, but the problem for me - as with you - is that I don't really live in a climate that justifies a serious investment into a...
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    Re: Moving with perfumes

    Weirdly, having done this myself, packing perfume into checked luggage was the only legal way I could move my perfumes when we moved countries in July 2015. Please check with the authorities in both...
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    Re: SOTD: Tuesday, 8th May, 2018

    In honor of dear Purecaramel's birthday today, I am wearing Ettore Bugatti vtg. from the remnants of a bottle very generously gifted to me by the Camel himself. Many happy returns, Steve! A big fat,...
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    Re: SOTD: Tuesday, 8th May, 2018

    In honor of dear Purecaramel's birthday today, I am wearing Ettore Bugatti vtg. from the remnants of a bottle very generously gifted to me by the Camel himself. Happy birthday, Steve! I hope you know...
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    Re: Most worn in April 2018

    5X Benjoin Boheme (Diptyque)
    4X Iris 39 (Le Labo), Fils de Dieu (ELDO), Moon Bloom (Hiram Green)
    3X Ella (Arquiste), Lys Mediterranee (Malle), Eau Fraiche (Dior), Cocoa Tuberose (Providence Perfume...
  59. Re: Claire Vukcevic wins Jasmine Award for Basenotes article

    Thank you!!!
  60. Re: In case you did not know, ClaireV won an award!

    Aww, thank you PerfumedLady! You don't fancy a night out in London Town by any chance, do you? :thumbsup:
  61. Re: In case you did not know, ClaireV won an award!

    I know, sigh....when are they going to invent live Photoshop editing?
  62. Re: In case you did not know, ClaireV won an award!

    Well, there would be extensive corsetry involved.....:huh:
  63. Re: Suggsetions for leafy and green - maybe with flowers and stems

    Hi Pelle,

    I co-sign the mentions of:

    Parfum d'Empire's Corsica Furiosa (which replaces Eau de Campagne for me, especially in its current form) - incredibly bitter, wild herbal green, like a...
  64. Re: Summer Fragrances for People Who Hate Summer & Also Summer Fragrances

    Thanks, N.Cal, glad you enjoyed it. And may I say, it's a pleasure to see you back on Basenotes!
  65. Re: In case you did not know, ClaireV won an award!

    Thanks so much - once again I'm reminded of the warmth of the Basenotes community. You're all wonderful!
  66. Re: In case you did not know, ClaireV won an award!

    Thank you all very much - I am very touched by all the compliments and congratulations.
  67. Re: In case you did not know, ClaireV won an award!

    Thank you all - I am deeply honored! Suspended...Grant has my first one, in the form of a naked crystal lady, in safe keeping for me :laugh: But unfortunately, I'll be away in Montenegro when the...
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    Re: 3 new Chanel exclusives?

    Is it the light or are the bottles completely different from the regular Les Exclusifs?

    ETA: Yeah, it looks like Chanel is taking a leaf from both the Guerlain playbook (the location to location...
  69. Re: Summer Fragrances for People Who Hate Summer & Also Summer Fragrances

    Vmaster, thank you!
  70. Re: In case you did not know, ClaireV won an award!

    Wowsers, thanks so much, everyone!
  71. Re: Has Anyone Ever Purchased in Person at Guerlain in Paris?

    Psebi, as far as I know, it's only the L'Art et Matiere series that's available in travel size format, not the Les Desert d'Orient series and not the other exclusives (but I'd be delighted to be...
  72. Re: QUEST: Turin/Sanchez top 100 (ish!) - Week 28 : Fracas (Robert Piquet) and Chinatown (Bond No. 9

    I think that's the best description of Chinatown I've ever read! I share your angst, Nastka. I received a small bottle of it in a swap and wear it gingerly. Sometimes it makes me nauseous, and...
  73. Re: Summer Fragrances for People Who Hate Summer & Also Summer Fragrances

    Thanks, Teardrop! I made some excruciating mistakes early on, things like buying full bottles of stuff blind on the basis of reviews or on the presumption that I'd like it, even when I didn't know my...
  74. Re: Has Anyone Ever Purchased in Person at Guerlain in Paris?

    €55 per travel size these days
  75. Re: Summer Fragrances for People Who Hate Summer & Also Summer Fragrances

    Thanks, MichailG! Although it's true that budget wasn't my first thought while writing the article, plenty of the perfumes on my list are affordable. I myself mostly buy travel sprays and minis of...
  76. Re: NEW: Histoires De Parfums - Irrévérent, Outrecuidant & Prolixe!

    http://fragrancedaily.com/histoires-de-parfums-irreverent-and-outrecuidant/

    I reviewed these for Fragrance Daily in November last year, but I guess the SEO for the site isn't working because I see...
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    Re: Vero Profumo Question

    Thank you very much, Lellabelle, how kind! I hope it didn't come off as complaining - I genuinely prefer buying my own samples or getting them through the companies for whom I write copy, because...
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    Re: Vero Profumo Question

    There is technical expertise and then there is seductive prose; your reviews are rare examples that display both. However, if I were to choose just one, it would be the seductive prose. The reviews I...
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    Re: Vero Profumo Question

    Dedicated begging is right! I do a lot of that myself, but at some point, there are just some hurdles I won't jump over to smell a hot new release. I'm not on any brand's blogger outreach list, so if...
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    Re: Vero Profumo Question

    Aah, down the Vero rabbit hole, I know it too well! I have only tried Rozy Voile and Rozy EDP, not the parfum, but my understanding is that the Voiles are simply a scaling up of the parfums, and...
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    Re: Vero Profumo Question

    Spat my coffee out when I read this! Way Off Scenter, I hope you are just mischievously trolling for compliments, because you are a legend.

    Starblind, I honestly think the limited distribution...
  82. Re: Post your pic and other posters will pick a fragrance you look like you'd wear

    Well, damn. I was thinking of writing something sleazy about your Marlon Brando-esque looks but thought better of it. More fool me :laugh:
  83. Re: Post your pic and other posters will pick a fragrance you look like you'd wear

    Don't suggest anything expensive? Darling, you're forgetting that we already know you eat Prestat violet creams and bathe your son using Hermes soap :laugh: My suggestion is Cuir X for the naked butt...
  84. Thread: L'Iris de Fath

    by ClaireV
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    Re: L'Iris de Fath

    What a beautiful and comprehensive review, Stella, thank you so much for that. Excellent reporting - I wish Basenotes would hire you to go out to these trade shows and report back for us, as you...
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    Re: DIPTYQUE, which is your favorite(s) ?

    SixCats, I live in Rosslare Strand, County Wexford, but I was born in Clonmel, County Tipperary! All my family - parents, grandparents etc are from Tipperary, and two sets of great grandparents are...
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    Re: DIPTYQUE, which is your favorite(s) ?

    Yaay! I'm glad I (or rather, we) guessed that Oud Palao might be right down your alley alright!

    SixCats, you might also want to test the new Hyrax by Zoologist. It is incredibly pungent at the...
  87. Re: Question for those who loved VINTAGE KNOWING

    Hi Fireflymd,

    Rose de Nuit by Serge Lutens is a great rose chypre, and although it is not as strong or as mossy as vintage Knowing, I think it's worth a shot. I find it to be somewhat similar to...
  88. Re: Conversations with the Artisan: Trygve Harris of Enfleurage

    Thank you, Yusri! Yes, I too would love to sample that gelato some day....and to know how to pronounce the name! I got very excited recently while reading one of those noir-ish Swedish thrillers and...
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    Re: Abdul Karim al Faransi - thoughts?

    I concur with thebeck* - lots of hits and misses, average to low quality materials, but excellent prices and a sampling scheme that makes it very easy to sample the wares before plonking down serious...
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    Re: DIPTYQUE, which is your favorite(s) ?

    Eau Lente is my particular favorite, but I love many from this house. You might also enjoy Oud Palao, Six Cats! It's kind of animalic.
  91. Re: Conversations with the Artisan: Trygve Harris of Enfleurage

    Thank you very much, Starblind, Stella, Anya, and David! A thoroughly enjoyable interview to do, I must say.
  92. Re: Conversations with the Artisan: Trygve Harris of Enfleurage

    Thank you Mistress Joy, Killwia, and Vmaster! MistressJoy, I know what you mean - but I could travel the globe twice over and still not be as open to new experiences as Trygve. I think you're...
  93. Re: Conversations with the Artisan: Trygve Harris of Enfleurage

    And I forgot to mention, there's also a very interesting interview with Ensar of Ensar Oud coming up next week.
  94. Re: Conversations with the Artisan: Trygve Harris of Enfleurage

    Thanks so much for your feedback, everyone. This was such a fun interview to do, because not only is Trygyve herself interesting and experienced, but she has a real talent for communicating. If you...
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    Re: Strangelove NYC--Experience?

    They are really good! I had no particular expectations going in, but was very pleasantly surprised. According to a source I have, their main audience is actually in the Middle East and not, as I had...
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    Re: NEW: The Different Company - Santo Incienso!

    I found it to be overwhelmed by a wave of bitter aromachemicals, Ryan. I'll try it again to see if it was just mail shock, but not on the skin! I've always thought of the TDC house style as being...
  97. Re: QUEST: Turin/Sanchez top 100 (ish!) - Week 19 : Lolita Lempicka and L'Heure Bleue (Guerlain)

    Yeah, it definitely feels like it is at least EDT strength. I love wearing it after my nightly shower before I head to bed, actually. I find the scent very clean, comforting, and leathery, like I've...
  98. Re: QUEST: Turin/Sanchez top 100 (ish!) - Week 19 : Lolita Lempicka and L'Heure Bleue (Guerlain)

    Donor checking in! It's the vintage Eau de Cologne, the one in the lovely round clock bottle with the silver stopper. I actually couldn't stand L'Heure Bleu until I smelled the vintage EDC, and...
  99. Re: Santa Maria Novella. Which are your favorites ?

    Yeah, baby, so this is why you have to come and hang out with me this year in Dublin!
  100. Re: Santa Maria Novella. Which are your favorites ?

    Ah Pipistrello, the original Muschio is great, thanks for reminding me of it! I don't know why I left it off my list. It has the same weird butterscotch undertone that Vaniglia has, which is perhaps...
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