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  1. Re: What fragrances remind you of Shalimar? I love

    Aroma M Geisha Noire, but it's an obtuse version and kind of clunky, like the platform-shoe version and not elegant.
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    Re: What notes can't you smell?

    I can't smell an iris note either. Also cannot smell the base in Jicky or Shalimar.
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    Re: The Mathias Figue Mystery--A Sadder Saga (upda

    Make sure they refund you for the shipping. I was sent something I hadn't ordered (a surprise box, who knew? and a mistake on their part) and had to pay to send it back (including insurance and...
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    Re: 2 NEW Keiko Mecheris

    Mihime is amorphous. Despite an abundance of interesting notes, it is sort of shapeless and vague, and can't decide whether it wants to be salty or soapy. Forget what the notes say; the whole thing...
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    Re: 2 NEW Keiko Mecheris

    Have tried the UME one (though have sample of both). Ya know, it reminds me of Coco Mademoiselle EDP (which is fruitier than the EDT), which in turn reminds me of Keiko's own Grenades. What goes...
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    Re: New: KISS fragrance duo.

    What's great here is that the FEMALE version has WET FIG LEAF and RUTTING BULL ACCORD. Too, too much, but then again, so is Gene's bad Paul Revere wig.

    Oddly, the men's version lacks the horny...
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    Re: LIVID ~ LIVID ~ LIVID!!!!!!!

    I can see where the confusion might lie here, taking it from Diane's perspective. Did Diane specifically search in this category, or did this just turn up during a search for Doblis? If the second...
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    Re: LIVID ~ LIVID ~ LIVID!!!!!!!

    Besides Griff's astute analysis of the situation, the point Baron makes is extremely important. READ THE LISTING (not referring to Diane per se; I mean this in general). I have seen many instances...
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    Re: Looking for a carnation scent

    The richness of the Caron cuts the spiciness. In any event, it's nothing like the synthetic CDG carnation.
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    Re: Luscious Cargo - trouble at mill?

    This is just a shame. Unfortunately for Luscious, many other e-tailers (specific ongoing experience with Franco and Beautyhabit) are so expeditious (in many instances same-day ship) that any delay...
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    Re: Holy Champa by Antoine & Lili

    Here's the rundown: This is a tea scent, a blackish brew with little to no sweetener. It's a bit rough around the edges, but has room for more appreciation than initially apparent. Doesn't smell...
  12. Re: Difference between fake and real Escada fragra

    I just sold some Chanel on there, and the buyer wrote me saying that she'd found many of the Chanels for sale on that auction site were shameless bootlegs. And we've heard this about Creed. I got...
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    Re: Has anyone tried Molecule 101?

    Fun premise, but the Molecule half of the set is not nearly so interesting as its price point. While it does have a sweetly wooded softness, it lacks certain features that most people buy perfume...
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    Re: Padparadscha...again.

    Didn't order, but I did like it. It's gone to that list that exists for when other, more coveted articles runs dry, which is to say that it might likely never get ordered, but it is still thought...
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    Re: Help me pick a niche vetiver

    Malle, absolutely. With all the tricking up that's done to vetiver (mud, oranges, berries, lemons, rain), Malle stands alone with this incense-like vetiver that, while dry, is not scratchy (which I...
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    Re: Talk to me about CSP Harmonie Creole

    Sorry, apparently it is once again available, at least on line. I found the following at beautycafe. This sounds far more citric than what I have, and I'd like to marvel at the conjuring that got the...
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    Re: Talk to me about CSP Harmonie Creole

    Harmonie Creole (which is no longer part of the exported CSP line-up), contains a large sassafras note that is both herbal and sweet/dry, rather like a cola minus most of the sugar. It plays out as...
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    Re: Opinions about Costes?

    I have a bottle of this and reserve it for days when I do not wish to make fragrant assertion. It's more like an afterthought than it is a sentiment. The brace of bay at the top gives it a tonic...
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    Re: Sables Puzzlement

    Sables plays differently at different times and probably is one of the more mutable fragrances in that regard, leading to some confusion as to specific categorization. On me, it is a rare event to...
  20. Re: *L'artisan Parfumeur*- any hardcore devotees h

    I am slowly learning that this is probably my favorite house. I buy from others, often in large quantity, and end up dispensing them in swaps or sales when I weary of them. With L'Artisan, I...
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    Re: Got screwed by Ebay sellers......

    The problem clearly was the interpretation of the word "includes," which set up the expectation of having another (phantom) item as the main event. However, as noted, nowhere does it state that this...
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    Re: Help me choose my first Serge Lutens

    I voted for AS, but the vetiver is excellent if you like vetiver very hoarse.

    Over a year or so of exposure to this line (and having owned many bottles and now not so many), I have come to the...
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    Re: Memorable Compliments

    I had confusion at a Beverages and More. The scent was Les Nereides Patchouli Antique. The checkout clerk, a young man, made an announcement: Whoo-ee! Someone's hair smells gooooooooooood!

    In line...
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    Re: Youth Dew Amber Nude

    Thought the top smelled a bit like whisky fumes, or something else aged in oak. Also coppery. Definite metallic edge to it (tonka???), and a lot "cleaner" than the original, which always came across...
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    Re: MPG - A Niche House I Like

    I have Route du Vetiver in a travel size and never wear it, and of the rest of the line the Ambre Precieux strikes me as the best. The fabled Noble has two notes I can't tolerate--coffee and cake...
  26. Re: Terre d'Hermès: Death of a Great Fragrance Hou

    What a fabulous roundup of all that is incorrect and insipid about the Garden Twins and their newly budded offspring! Even in pre-release hype, I had no interest in Terre, all this due to an...
  27. Thread: lime

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    Re: lime

    The only scent in which I can tolerate lime is Parfums de Nicolai Vanille Tonka, which has a lime pith note right at the top. It's a stunning addition. I find other limes too syrupy.
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    Re: Escada Collection

    I am still kicking myself for not collecting more bottles of this when I saw it at the TJMaxx back last summer. I bought a bottle and later sold it for thirty bucks, following a glut in which others...
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    Re: Incense-y fragrances

    PdN Vanille Tonka, for a sweeter incense. This is in the same family as the Diptyque Eau Lente and Les Nereides Imperial Opoponax; some find these essentially masculine. There is an interesting and...
  30. Thread: auric blends

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    Re: auric blends

    I have that Attar Bazaar Egyptian Musk, and tried it today against a Kuumba Made Oriental Musk. The Attar Bazaar strikes me as the same type of detergent-ish musk as is found in Kiehl's, but with a...
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    Re: My first impressions of touted frags!

    Great rundown! Love PdF; there's a soapy/clean aspect to it from the lily that is like a shower in a schoolroom. The cedar in this is not merely pencil, it is lead.

    Also good to hear about the...
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    Re: Greyland (Montale)

    Good to hear these reports on Greyland. Love the name, but am 0 for 8 with Montale and was just about to do the sample dance at Aedes; now I don't care to.
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    Re: Rejected on the Malle sample request

    Wasn't there some kind of semi-organized power-of-the-people uproar over this issue at another board? I seem to recall a large disturbance that involved samples not being sent, for the reasons of...
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    Re: The worst dealing I have had is with.....

    Neiman's is the pits with customer service, though there are some exceptions. City-bound Neiman's are dreadful, but the suburban ones are a bit better (I've always felt the SAs in the latter...
  35. Re: Two questions for those who own *Voleur de Ros

    Not in my top five, but a staple nonetheless. While it does last a while, what remains is a trace. Very low sillage. Don't find it particularly romantically appealing either. I like the clean aspect...
  36. Re: Fragrance Suggestions for a Guy Who Likes his

    TDC Rose Poivree, Jicky, Dzing!, Safran Troublant, Sonoma Scent Patchouli.
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    Re: The Dreamer by Versace - outdated?

    Dreamer is a fantastically concocted fragrance. I find that men who aren't versed in the trends and vagaries of perfume and keeping up with the flow really like the Dreamer, a scent I think it often...
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    Re: Passage D'enfer and Voleur de roses

    These are my two favorites from the line. I find VdR a bit watery (an accusation I continue to lob at the line in general), but extremely well conceived and executed, and clever, from the name down...
  39. Re: G.VETIVER,wonderful!Not for young people?NOT T

    Could not get behind this one. Instead, it got behind me and kicked up the wazoo (and had to be scoured off, unfortunately). There was a fruit tendency at the top that bothered me, as did the...
  40. Re: OMG! They're here! *L'Artisan Safran Troublan

    This was on my to-buy list for several months, before actually trying it. The first rehearsal went well, which gave me no indication that subsequent trials might not be as successful. The second time...
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    Re: SOTD Monday 6 March

    Parfums de Nicolai Vanille Tonka. Sour lime peel, a small bit of orange rind, frankincense up the hoo-hah, and vanilla pod. Sort of fits into the same family as Diptyque Eau Lente.
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    Re: Daim Blond arrived

    I find Daim Blond to be curiously wet. The only thing that comes close to it is this Frapin 1270 scent, which contains cedar and a different aspect of fruitiness. I was unable to wear DB until I...
  43. Re: Looking to sample Lutens - which are masculine

    The more I use up a decant of Fumerie, the more I think it belongs in a category of scent leaning towards the distaff. Specifically, it draws association to Estee Lauder women's scents, and I'm going...
  44. Re: Hermes Equipage or Frank Los Angeles - Retail?

    Sephora had Frank this past summer. It was out of alphabetical sync, somewhere down in the "L" section, on the lowest shelf. I've noticed that Sephora often selects to stagnate certain scents this...
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    Re: February 2006 recent purchases

    Patchouli Antique, Les Nereides
    Imperial Opoponax, same

    That's it for the month. Got nothing on my watchlist either, but a whole heck of a lot on a wishlist, for another month(s).
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    Re: Andy Tauer's new website

    This lack of interest seems to present an interesting case study, upon which I'll have a small ramble. I'm going to contrast Tauer to Lubin, simply from a marketing standpoint.

    --Both the Tauer...
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    Re: Finally went to Aedes today

    Love these reports, esp. since I live 3000 miles away.

    BTW, the bitter orange might have been Agraria. I know this because I once spent way too much time chasing it down after reading about it in...
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    Re: Patchouli Patch nose?

    Don't know, but the Giacobetti has done a lot of the scents in this line, as has Anne Flipo. Good question.
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    Re: SOTD Saturday 28 January

    Hotel Costes. Completely untaxing, don't have to think about it, nothing that throws a curveball an hour into the wearing.
  50. Thread: Frederick Malle

    by Fresno
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    Re: Frederick Malle

    I thought Barney's used to carry the smaller size as well. Did you call them or just look at the Web site? I think their shipping is $15.00, or it used to be.
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    Re: Opium for Women vs. Youth Dew vs. Cinnabar

    None of these works for me. Of the three, however, Opium is the best-developed. The Lauder products strike me as clumsy and lumbering and very heavy-handed in an artificial and old-fashioned way....
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    Re: RIPOFFS or just COINCIDENCE

    I think it's the opposite: Fragrance houses go easily into battle over what they perceive to be imitation, whether scent- or otherwise. And yet it is clear that nothing succeeds like success, so we...
  53. Re: Ch. Sheldrake (Serge Lutens' nose) joins Chane

    Makes no mention of his work with Lutens/Shiseido there. Also, the balance of his relationship will be different at Chanel, right? Isn't he the interpreter role with Shiseido (perfumer)? And now he...
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    Re: Adventures with Customers

    What a ballbuster she was! Having been part of the company of retail soldiers, I can appreciate your horror at having to encounter such a client. Reading across fragrance boards, you will often see...
  55. Thread: CdG Avignon

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    Re: CdG Avignon

    I am one who doesn't make ecclesiastical references in Avignon either, no doubt because I was raised Unitarian. And I suppose it all depends on what your personal reference to incense is; I haven't...
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    Re: Chanel Bois des Isles

    Bois des Iles, which I have just tried, has that very distinct Chanel signature at the top; the starchy, perma-pressed correctness that signifies (to me) a bit of presentational rigidity--ah, we are...
  57. Thread: Lusciouscargo?

    by Fresno
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    Re: Lusciouscargo?

    I've had good and neutral experiences with them, but I think it is essential that e-tailers--especially smaller operations like The Perfume Shoppe, Aedes and Luscious--attend to their availability...
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    Re: Tuberose, Jasmine, or Gardenia scents for men?

    I have on SL Cedre tonight (testing 1-2-almost to 3) and I can say that IF the heated animalic in the base (the same musk featured in MKK) were a bit stronger, and the cedar note a bit more to the...
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    Re: Is Dzing! supposed to be this subtle?

    Wasn't the L'Artisan mantra that the scents were supposed to enhance your natural aromas or some other marketing dazzle, and not perform like perfumes? At least that's what an SA told me when I...
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    Re: Serge Lutens 2006 "Export" line-up.

    High five to SL for ungrasping that Fumerie, one of my favorites. But Chypre Rouge might end up smelling like CDG Sequoia, or perhaps oakmoss with fireants on it. Interesting concept!
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    Re: Mandragore Eau de Parfum is...

    IMPOSSIBLE to test this one out here. However, this does not stop Saks from trying to sell you, completely unsniffed, that butterfly ball. When I said I'd have to try it out first, they tried to sell...
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    Re: I'm just shaking my head...

    Yes, this certainly is gripe-worthy. But it isn't just limited to perfumes. It's insidious and taking over the world, probably by tomorrow. Here, you take a simple last name like mine. SHAM. S-H-A-M....
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    Re: SotD 21 Jan. Saturday

    Eau Lente
  64. Re: Has anyone tried any of these "niche" fragrenc

    Three down:
    Ginestet: Honey scent with cask undertones. Somewhat similar to Escada Collection in richness and texture. Has gone up in price thirty dollars in a year.

    Escentric 01: Decent woodsy...
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    Re: PEOPLE JUMPING THE GUN ON FRAGRANCE REVIEWS

    Hmmm...how are you drawing an absolute conclusion that newbies (of which I am one, yes siree) are "too cheap to buy from a reputable dealer"? Pretty sweeping (and condemnatory) statement, and it also...
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    Re: Need Fruity Suggestion

    MPG Bahiana

    I found this to have a dry, crisp pineapple note, instead of the sticky, gummy one; it was also a bit green.
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    Re: looking for Pepper

    TDC Rose Poivree/Caron Parfum Sacre

    The first is carnal, the second Baroque
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    Re: Hermes Vetiver Tonka

    Sentient, that is a very succinct and interesting encapsulation of this scent. It's removed any interest I had in seeking this one out--I can see exactly what you mean from your description;...
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    Re: Bargain Basement Shopping--Heard of These?

    Well, siblings of Ghost have been haunting Marshalls for some months now, and I will confess to a momentary insanity with a red bulb from Cofinluxe that makes a decent bathroom freshener.
    ...
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    Re: SOTD Thursday 19 January 2006

    Killing a sample of Encens et Lavande. The sage note elevates this into high holy territory, desert variety.
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    Re: How do you measure sillage?

    (Fairly) accurate gauge:

    You stand in line in a supermarket during the most crowded time period (this you need to monitor in advance). Then, you sprinkle on Perfume X, which you know to have some...
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    Re: Cabochard versus Bandit

    Neither works for me. Although, there is a gap between two formulations of Bandit, the original and a later (1970s?) reconfig that is perilously tannery-like. And both this shriveled hide and the...
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    Re: SotD Wednesday January 18

    Good scent gone bad: Mitsouko

    and Trumper's on the left hand
  74. Thread: Ebay problems

    by Fresno
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    Re: Ebay problems

    Knock wood, I hadn't had a cough or even a hiccup on eBay ever, until two weeks ago. The good news is that the original issue here can easily be resolved, and giant kudos to Griff for putting out a...
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    Re: Padparadscha (Satellite)

    Hey, VV, thanks for that review. I was curious as to what this might be and am far too lazy to chase down a lone sample that wasn't attached to an order. Given your review, it will stay on the sample...
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    Re: Annoying Experience at Sak's 5th Avenue Store

    I agree about Saks, but oddly do not find that the experience bothers me (unusual; normally this would piss me off). Very true about the SA having to spray for you; I don't recall having ever picked...
  77. Re: Frags you must spray/splash a lot to be effect

    Dior Homme!

    Molecule 01

    Mandragore

    Hadrien

    BOIS FARINE (actually, this is #1)
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    Re: TOP 10 (the first of the year)

    Chergui
    Escentric 01
    Malle Vetiver Extraordinaire
    Musc Ravageur
    Chene
    Palisander
    Incense Avignon
    Incense Jaisalmer
    KM Oliban
    L'Artisan Vanilia
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    Re: guys, what do you like best on women?

    Prada (not the intense version), Fracas, Hotel Costes, SL Datura Noir

    No to Chanel (too stiff from the aldehydes); Guerlain (fussy and requires intellectual considerations); Arpege (see Chanel);...
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    Re: Question for those of you with 100+ Frags

    I am of two minds here:
    1. I always decant for a friend. If I buy the larger, this allows me to be generous without compromising my own stash. Ever notice how quickly an SL bottle wanes after losing...
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    Re: Top 3 Fragrances You Can't Wait To Try..

    Les Nereides Patchouli Antique
    Idole de Lubin
    SL Gris Clair

    Upper-runs: Les Nereides Imperial Opoponax/the scent worn by the man who lives at 598 Mahoney Street and leaves a magnificent, woodsy...
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    Re: WORTH MORE THAN GOLD

    Buying and reselling can be profitable: A friend scored three bottles sold as a lot; one of these was a discontinued women's perfume--four ounces of it. She paid ten bucks for the original three...
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    Re: Spraying on Clothes?

    The heavier the concentration of oil, the higher the risk of stain, depending on the porosity of the fabric, its color, its blend, and the color of the scent. Anything will stain silk.

    More...
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    Re: Tester Bottles are Cheaper because...?

    The price of the box is cut out, as is the cap at times; presumably testers are not going to be sold as gifts, which detracts from desirability and selling potential. Even as a non-gift, personal...
  85. Re: I don’t like them but can’t toss them away eit

    I never throw anything out. This statement, to me, should read: I don't like them, but I can't sell them on ebay either.

    I only part company with something that has been a very, very bad date, and...
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    Re: Got Some Attars From India!!!

    The trouble with the attar sites is that they rarely give notes or any more than a lyrical wax on the scent.
    At some of those prices, this doesn't encourage sales. I'd rely on word-of-mouth...
  87. Thread: The AXE effect!

    by Fresno
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    Re: The AXE effect!

    Well, um, yes, the old Lynx AFRICA scent was not all that bad. Don't think that made it into the Axe range in the US, and was not available in the UK either, last time I was there.

    No doubt about...
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    Re: VERY Thick Musky Frags

    I was just going to suggest the very same Madini scent(s). Nothing is thicker. Nothing has quite the same ooze. Also, another thick musk resides over at Attar Bazaar: Medina Musk.
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    Re: I MISS THESE FRAGRANCES and I dont know why

    Add another to the Jovan Grass oil pile-up. Incidentally, I find shadows of the Jovan in LV Yerbamate, before it gets into the honeyed stages late in the game.
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    Re: Teach me to speak French

    Just because I have nothing to do:
    Zhon Pah-TOO (the "n" in Jean is not the American "n." It's barely hit. The "oo" sound in Patou, while close to the English "too" as given, really more like ew)...
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    Re: Whatever became of Bay Rhum?

    Just my guess, but I'd hazard that bay rum was a casualty of a move from men's scenting themselves strictly with aftershave and the heralding of serious men's perfumery that had no...
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    Re: SOTD Tuesday 10 January 2006

    CDG Avignon, doctored with a spritz of chick vanilla.
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    Re: Top 3 "Non-Niche" Fragrances?

    Since most of my stuff is niche-ish, I will try hard and say:
    Coty WILD WOODS (discontinued)
    Dior Eau Noire
    Black Cashmere
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    Re: Your Top 3 Scents Without Staying Power

    Boos to Jicky, in top place.
    In second, a BN fave: Voleur de Roses
    A surprise third: Santal de Mysore
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    Re: THE BEST MAITRE PARFUMEUR ET GANTIER

    I was very glad I didn't impetuously purchase Santal Noble, after running through a sample vial in the course of a day. The coffee/coconut accord bothered me far into the drydown. While this results...
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    Re: Angel for Ladies

    The problem with wearing Angel (for ladies) is that (where I live), Angel takes flight on every third (under 30) gal. And it has an instantly recognizable signature that cannot be mistaken for...
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    Re: SOTD Sunday 8 January 2006

    TDC Rose Poivree. What I like here is that this fragrance fundamentally reminds me of Diptyque L'Ombre dans L'Eau, in the way the rose is handled. I don't find this as dirtily peppered as might be...
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    Re: New L'Occitane Ambre

    Concur. I didn't care for any of the new L'Occitane releases. They were in their prime with the old Vanilla Bourbon scent (dating back to 1998) and have gone downhill since. The old Amber, as I...
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    Re: Serge Lutens Help

    Daim Blond is a surprisingly wet fragrance, all things considered. Doesn't go through an evolution in the way Miel de Bois does.

    Miel is a very strong scent that, as noted, can or might contain a...
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    Re: wich is the best keiko mecheri frag?

    I vote for Genie des Bois. Green violet and twigs, very elemental and decisive, not to be confused with the smooth SL Bois de Violette.

    Loukhoum also has a sharpness, although in a different...
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