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    Re: Best Candles Ever

    I can report that the Francis Kurkdjian Lumiere Noire has the greatest throw of anything I've tried - even outdoes Ormonde Jayne. It is practically overpowering - use in a very large room!
    Thanks to...
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    Re: Best Candles Ever

    Sorry to come a bit late to this thread. We run a small hotel and always have a candle burning in the hall, so we get through a lot.
    The best for us, which guests always mention is Ormonde Jayne...
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    Re: Good Dark, Mysterious Fragrances?

    For me - Or Black, S-ex, Bulgari Black, Dzing! - all strange and slightly kinky
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    Re: Bvlgari Black

    I completely agree, Checker, you get that naughty rubber stuff happening - for me it's an hour - then it transforms itself into something innocent and almost feminine, with just a memory of...
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    Re: Bvlgari Black

    I l-o-v-e Bulgari Black and ran out recently. Today, at a Portugal duty-free shop, there it was (hard to find in Europe nowadays except on-line). Well I had a puff of the tester and - I swear they've...
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    Re: Kiehl's Pour Homme

    Well if anyone wants it, it appears to be there, and it wasn't exactly being mobbed by the males of Lisbon when I left.

    I have to say the musk oil edt was for me a bit monotonous (I put it on and...
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    Re: Kiehl's Pour Homme

    I happen to be in Lisbon, Portugal - big Kiehl's shop in the centre of the town about 3 minutes walk.
    They have about 10 different fragrant oils - these are the tiny roll-on type, 7ml, priced at...
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    Re: how do you get the best from a candle?

    The advice I had (from Linda Pilkington at Ormonde Jayne) is
    1) Trim the wick short (leave only enough to light - 1/4 inch) and trim it again before every lighting
    2) Whenever you light it, leave...
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