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    Re: Fragrance Tour (potpourri notebook)

    Welcome!

    It sounds like a great idea. Wax paper envelopes (I think somewhere they're called glassine envelope or the like) should be a good way to go. They insulate relatively well. Perfumed...
  2. Thread: Create a flanker

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    Re: Create a flanker

    Thinking about an intense version of Gold man is a bit like thinking about an intense version of Rien... wait, this happened. I'd buy a version of Gold man with extra civet right away.

    An...
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    Re: Help with perfume experiment

    The usual rule of thumb is 10 sprays per ml, but of course it varies, atomizers have different sizes.

    My guess is that if one sprays large expanses of skin like chest, very little is wasted, most...
  4. Re: Am I the only one who can't seem to pickup different notes?

    The notes stated by brands are often pure fantasy. In addition, as others were saying, the beauty of many perfumes is that the combination of notes smells like an accord where it's difficult if not...
  5. Thread: Serge Lutens

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    Re: Serge Lutens

    Cuir de Russie in parfum is still very long lasting. The current CdR EDT lasts ok on me (though much less than the parfum), but I have not smelled vintage edt so I cannot compare. No 19 has lost the...
  6. Thread: Diaster struck

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    Re: Diaster struck

    The horror!

    Well, absorb the liquid with fabric, then keep the fabric in a coll place, drawer, etc, so at least you can enjoy the smell for weeks as a parfum d'ambiance. Once I had a bottle of...
  7. Thread: Serge Lutens

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    Re: Serge Lutens

    I don't detect much vanilla in l'Heure Bleue, nor any particular similarity with l'ambre des merveilles. Vintage hdp, which is probably what you have in mind, was a delicious iris-heliotropin-clove...
  8. Thread: Serge Lutens

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    Re: Serge Lutens

    Welcome!

    When you first smelled it, did you wait for the drydown? Sometimes people just smell the top of a perfume... Other than that, temperature can make a bit of a difference, but not an...
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    Re: Best 'Eau de Cologne'?

    For classic neroli, Cologne sologne by parfums de nicolai. For a little twist on the regular recipe, Chanel Eau de Cologne (which has a little green zing that's just perfect). Guerlain Eau du coq for...
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    Re: Best men's fragrances commonly found at Macys?

    I find Chrome a bit synthetic too. But if you are happy with it, why not? Just don't overdo it.

    For fresh at Macy's, I like Aramis Tuscany (though it's not found in all Macy's), nice and herbal....
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    Re: Looking for some every-day scent suggestions

    Most current fresh or sporty masculine are full of synthetic notes that I also find sharp and unplesant (as you pointed out for AdG or Code). One type of fresh perfumes I find more natural smelling...
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    Re: Chanel Egoiste Question

    Chanel controls distribution tightly, so you won't find it any cheaper than at the official store.

    cacio
  13. Thread: Encre Noir

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    Re: Encre Noir

    Not really. Vetiver can smell fresh and damp, so in this sense it may recall, very distantly, ink. But only distantly. I agree with ion-one, iso-e (a sort of woody material in the base) is a big...
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    Re: Wedding scent suggestions please

    I'd say CPLS projects less than Lumiere. It does last well. CPLS is mostly ambers, very smooth, restrained, a bit cozy.

    cacio
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    Re: Wedding scent suggestions please

    Congrats!

    MFK cologne pour le soir is a smooth, light amber that should do well in FL. The Absolue is gorgeous, but it is really big, spicy and animalic, and I am afraid it could be too much in...
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    Re: Chanel Egoiste Question

    I like it a lot. Creamy, sandalwoody, warm, with a touch of candied fruit. It's quite different from Allure, though. As the others were saying, though, tastes vary, so it's hard to recommend a blind...
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    Re: Chanel Egoiste Question

    I like it a lot. Creamy, sandalwoody, warm, with a touch of candied fruit. It's quite different from Allure, though. As the others were saying, though, tastes vary, so it's hard to recommend a blind...
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    Re: Cant find a cologne that I love

    Most fresh stuff for men tends to veer into sharp, synthetic notes that I don't like. One fresh, energizing material I like is vetiver. So perhaps you could try stuff with vetiver, like Tom Ford Grey...
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    Re: What is your favorite Musk fragrance?

    Dirty musks or white musks?

    I think Muscs Koublai Khan is still the reference for dirty musks. Dirtyish, warm, enveloping.
    Another quite dirty one is Le Labo oud, which to my nose is more a musk...
  20. Re: Gf insisted I put on new tshirt after applying Dior Fahrenheit - "flower bouquet at a gas statio

    Tastes are tastes, but the headache part probably means she's hypersensitive to some of the components of the perfume. So no go with this.

    Flowers at a gas station could in fact be a wonderful...
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    Re: What are you guys wearing this Autumn?

    Your just bought should serve you well in the coming fall.

    As for your to-buy list, I am personally not a fan of SDV at those prices. I am probably not a big vanilla lover in general, but in...
  22. Thread: Beginner Pack

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    Re: Beginner Pack

    Excellent set! A collection of reference, must-smell classics in various styles.

    I second Mitcha, though. Some of those in the list are easy to find, so it doesn't seem necessary to spend money on...
  23. Re: I need reassurance that Montale Black Aoud is indeed THE best clubbing scent.

    One has to go big and macho to a club, to rise above the mixed fumes of alcohol and female fruitchoulis. black aoud is perfect for the purpose.

    cacio
  24. Re: How similar are Bond no.9's Andy Warhol and Tom Ford's Plum Japonais?

    Agree with the views above. PJ is richer, more plummy and woody. I would however just go back to the model for these perfumes, Feminite' des bois, which I think is even better. (Boxeuses if one likes...
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    Re: Layering suggestions for Timbuktu

    I find it quite exciting on its own. But why not? Many old citruses have been reformulated because of oakmoss and now lack a proper drydown. Who knows, maybe that's a way to get a decent drydown....
  26. Re: Amouage Jubilation XXV revie.........errr......cancel that!

    The confusing use of roman vs arabic numerals...

    Jub 25 is a great floral chypre, old style and elegant (of course who knows what it might have become through reformulations). Good for men too -...
  27. Thread: Cologne Atomizer

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    Re: Cologne Atomizer

    As others were saying, not glass. Rather, metal covered or plastic. accessoriesforfragrances and bestbottles are good sources (but they make sense only if you buy many things).

    A pricier one,...
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    Re: Introduction and suggestions?

    Welcome!

    For 3-4, I'd suggest Chanel Egoiste (the regular one, not the platinum one), which smells sandalwoody, warm, and slightly sweet (as in candied fruits).

    cacio
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    Re: serge lutens un bois vanille review

    I like BV too. Strikingly gourmand, yet perfectly wearable.

    For another supergourmand in the Lutens line, I second Jeux de Peau: caramel immortelle, like buttered toast slathered in caramel. The...
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    Re: Versatile night cologne

    Chanel Antaeus is spicy, woody, dark, and intense.

    cacio
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    Re: Chanel Pour Monsieur, Eau de parfum ?

    I wonder if it's a sort of Miss Dior thing, where the more successful but less interesting flanker takes the name and displaces the older masterpiece (which was in any case damaged by IFRA).

    cacio
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    Re: Arabian Oud Style Fragances

    Our Arabian BNers will chime in with suggestions. As a general rule, a good Arabian oud oil is expensive, one needs to pay $300+ for 12 ml. Cheaper ones are for sure synthetic reconstructions. Which...
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    Re: Musk... confusing?

    Without any knowledge of what tonquitone is, I am going to guess that Musc Tonkin has it ...

    cacio
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    Re: Macho Avant-Garde?

    Rien, or, apparently (I have not smelled it), Rien intense (which adds incense). Animalic leather, without any embellishment of flowers or ambers, as would have been done in the past, but rather with...
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    Re: What makes a fragrance "avant-garde"?

    Few brands carry their aesthetic into perfumes. This doesn't mean that their frags are not good, just that they have no connection to the rest of the brand. Another example would be Prada....
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    Re: Musk... confusing?

    gandhajala:

    interesting about the Kiehl's. I don't get any soap at all, just pure dirty musk (though not particularly loud). So I must be smelling the remaining 10 percent, and well. This...
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    Re: Chanel no. 19 formula help

    Welcome!

    I'd say no 19 is ok, though it's not as good as vintage. it's lighter and less rich than what it was (especially, vintage had a leathery base that's missing in the current one).

    No...
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    Re: What makes a fragrance "avant-garde"?

    I'd say creating novel forms and accords that are different from mainstream and most niche, and thus appear at first strange and unusual. Indeed, there is often an explicit attempt to appear strange...
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    Re: Niche fragrance help!

    Niche perfume start at about $90 for 50ml, for a few brands. I was thinking too Diptyque. Other brands at those price points are l'Artisan Parfumeur, Goutal, and Parfums de Rosine, as well as Etat...
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    Re: So, how foolhardy was it?

    If you liked the red box, you're going to like the white box even more. With Amouage, it's not a batch fluctuation up and down, it's a downward movement, so the earlier the better.

    Let us know...
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    Re: What other fragrance products do you use?

    I am a big fan and consumer of bath oils. Few brands do them. special mention to le Labo.

    cacio
  42. Thread: Shampoo!

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    Re: Shampoo!

    I need to use anti-dandruff shampoo, so my choices are dictated by that (most anti-dandruff ones work fine for the purpose). For regular ones, if you want to shell out a lot of money, Kerastase...
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    Re: Musk... confusing?

    I have no problem smelling Dune, Tresor and Ysatis. Dune and Tresor don't smell soapy or musky to me. Ysatis does smell somewhat soapy, sort of bathroom steam; later versions of Byzance had the same...
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    Re: Help a gal make a quick Chanel choice

    Not a fan of Beige, and even less so of chance (which is not an exclusive). I like all of the others.

    I'd say
    La Pausa is you want lighter and fresher (it's a fresh iris)
    Cuir de Russie is you...
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    Re: Spiritueuse Double Vanille!

    Good to know one doesn't have to go with the pump.

    cacio
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    Re: Spiritueuse Double Vanille!

    Guerlain shifts the bottles across ranges quite often. I don't think there's any change. I'd have thought they would shift it to the ugly woody male bottles, since they seemed to push it to a male...
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    Re: NEW PARFUMS DE NICOLAI - New York Intense

    I wonder whether she reworked the lost oakmoss base. Hard to know with what, unless she has access to Wasser's IFRA compliant stuff.

    That would make it intense again...

    cacio
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    Re: Musk... confusing?

    Vintage Kours had lots of civet, among others ...

    Interesting experiment about galaxolide - I think this applies to me too. I think I do get the fixative properties of galaxolide. It's just that I...
  49. Re: Recommend Niche fragrances for tropical weather

    For hot weather, I like a lot vetivers, which smell fresh, natural, slightly green, and last well. Some examples already mentioned. My favorites are Malle Vetiver Extraordinaire (superfresh) and...
  50. Re: Whats the Bleu De Chanel for Women's Fragrances?

    My vote would be for Coco Mademoiselle or J'adore. They seem to target the same type of demographics of Bleu and Dior Homme, so to speak.

    cacio
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    Re: Lolita Lempicka Fleur Defendue.

    I bought this one a couple of years ago when I found it at TJmaxx for little. A floral variation of LL, very good and very solid. I don't wear it much, if at all, since it's not really my favorite...
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    Re: Few new samples today

    The reaction to Gold man is not uncommon, some (like me) find it a huge, animalic, floral incense, others a mixture of powder, hairgel, and/or pee.

    I agree that the AdP is quite singular. I find...
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    Re: curious about new olfactory input

    Dior Leather oud, leathery, warm, ambery, slightly musky.

    cacio
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    Re: Recommendations to expand my collection?

    In your list, a definite yes to Egoiste (candied fruits) and Bulgari Black (rubber note).
    Eau d'issey, and its flankers, are aquatic, so it might not be what you're looking for, and the Concentree...
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    Re: Musk... confusing?

    I wouldn't say soapy is synonimous of animalic. If I understand correctly arion's point, which I agree with, musks are a broad category. There are hundreds of molecules classified as musks, with very...
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    Re: Daily Fragrance Change

    I also like to change. Also because by now I own many fragrance and I would not get to enjoy them otherwise.

    cacio
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    Re: tom ford batch variations?

    Also synthetics. Essentially all perfumes use synthetics as well. It would not be possible to create long lasting perfumes with natural ingredients only (or it would involve unavailable or unethical...
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    Re: Spicebomb vs. Dior Homme

    DHI is much sweeter than DH, basically it feels like DH with tons of vanilla and baked fruits. Whether that is desirable, of course, depends on one's preference for sweetness.

    cacio
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    Re: Spicebomb vs. Dior Homme

    I prefer DH because it is more unique and striking, a combination of iris, coffee and woods that smells both refined and elegant, and innovative. I like Spicebomb too, but iI find it less unique,...
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    Re: tom ford batch variations?

    In general, I have not noticed anything, though I have not smelled carefully. Quality control is clearly better at Tom Ford (which is part of the Estee Lauder universe) than at some unnamed firm. Oud...
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    Re: Musk... confusing?

    Interesting, I have talked to many people who are not very sensitive to, or perceive some of them as soapy, but not to all of them together.

    We are all anosmic to one musk or another. As...
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    Re: What would happen in this experiment?

    Never having done the experiment, I think these extreme conditions (sunlight in windowsills, which means also heat) would show up rather quickly, maybe even within a month. Likely, the first notes to...
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    Re: Strange longevity!

    I dislike sporty and aquatic notes, and I always find them too loud. It's well possible that one is more sensitive to some molecules,so what smells subdued to some is loud to others.

    cacio
  64. Re: From these niche brands: Best suited for office/work?

    3. Heeley: really most. Let's say Cuir Venenum.
    4. Amouage: Jubilation XXV (in small doses).
    5. Tauer: L'air du desert marocain (again in small doses)
    7. By Kilian: Pure oud

    In general, I...
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    Re: Looking for my next full bottle

    My favorite in your list is Idole. Great smooth slightly boozy and spicy scent. The edp lasts more,but the edt has a really striking bottle (one of the few cases where I might have considered buying...
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    Re: Cologne-skin chemistry?

    We've had some discussions on this in the past, with different opinions. Some think that for the most part frags smell more or less the same on everybody, others that there are subtle but noticeable...
  67. Re: Is there any fragrance for men that doesn't have the word "sweet" involved in the description?

    Welcome!

    Most mainstream masculine falls either into gourmand (ie sweet) territory, or in sporty aquatic, which isn't sweet but tends to be sharp and not particularly pleasant (at least to my...
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    Re: New to the world of Colgone.

    Wrists aren't a good place to spray perfume, too exposed, you wash your hands, too exposed. Chest is good. Inner elbows are also good. As is neck or armpits. 3, max 4 sprays should be fine, if in...
  69. Re: What's the most uncommon large fragrance bottle you've ever owned or heard of?

    I owned a nearly used up 400ml of Chanel Eau de Cologne. But that's a true eau de cologne, so it doesn't count. Sadly, I don't think Chanel sells it anymore - too bad because I'd have happily...
  70. Re: Does any kind BNer know if Chanel's Coromandel has been reformulated?

    I have not smelled the recent one, so I cannot say. However, Coromandel is based on patchouli, which so far has escaped IFRA's wrath. In addition, it was composed after the IFRA regulations were...
  71. Poll: Re: How Did the Non Authorized Retailers Obtain Their Creeds?

    Of course brands would want you believe that their product can only be purchased at "authorized" retailers. And perhaps there are indeed fakes somewhere, either in countries like China or in smaller...
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    Re: Looking for LICORICE!!

    For the fresh, invigorating aspect, I like Hermes Brin de reglisse (as well as Caron Eau de reglisse). They don't last long however. LL is richer and lasts a long time, but it does have somewhat more...
  73. Re: Give me your criticisms on my next purchases (beginner on a small budget).

    My vote for Encre Noire as well. It's a fresh vetiver with a background of woods. It's pleasant and it works well in most circumstances, whether day or night. It is not a gourmand, though.

    cacio
  74. Poll: Re: How Did the Non Authorized Retailers Obtain Their Creeds?

    I don't know the details in this case, but typically, stuff moves on to discount retailers because the original retailer (say, Nordstrom, etc.) has old stock they want to get rid of. The original...
  75. Re: Recommendations on Niche Scents - for a novice

    Welcome!

    DHI is similar to DH, but with much more fruity sweetness and vanilla.

    So perhaps you can explore a bit Serge Lutens. Lutens is the master of classic, candied fruits and resinous...
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    Re: Edouard Roschi on Rose 31 and Le Labo

    It must be said, these descriptions are not too far off the actual feel of the perfumes. (not sure about the suede in the vetiver, but it is certainly elegant - more regular suits than suede)....
  77. Thread: Scent of Makeup

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    Re: Scent of Makeup

    I now need to smell mac lipsticks ...

    As for l'Origan, it doesn't really recall make-up to me. It has iris, and iris traditionally recalls makeup, and it has a certain powderiness. But it is also...
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    Re: Any love for Jour D' Hermes?

    I didn't think it had particularly negative reviews, on the contrary. (Even Luca Turin gives it 4 stars).

    I agree with you, it's a beatiful light floral with a touch of citrusy sweetness. Ellena...
  79. Re: L`Art de la Guerre by Jovoy Paris - Why immortelle? WHY?

    I must definitely try this, since I like immortelle. But I agree immortelle takes control. So either one loves it, or it's the end.

    cacio
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    Re: Long term effects of fragrance wear

    Some people are allergic to specific materials (jasmine, oakmoss, etc.), so they'll get red if they wear those materials. IFRA has used this as an excuse to restrict hundreds of molecules.

    Other...
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    Re: perfumes that get better with age

    Assuming it's the perfume's age, patchouli tends to become richer over time. Other sharp and intense materials, like true oud, might as well.

    But usually, it's just downward, although at a very...
  82. Re: Looking for sweet (not cloying), yet fresh/woody, skin scent.

    I wonder whether you might like the smoother and sweeter vetiver combinations. Vetiver smells fresh, slightly green and woody. In some paired, it's coupled with something slightly sweet or smooth....
  83. Re: any fragrance for a tropical weather - Mauritius -

    Welcome!

    I like vetivers for hot weather. They smell fresh, natural, and last a long time. Many good examples, depending on the budget.

    In mainstream, there's the Guerlain and tom ford. In more...
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    Re: The merchant of Venice

    I don't know for sure, but somehow I remember reading prices that were not too bad for niche, something like eur 80 for 100ml.

    cacio
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    Re: Requesting Recommendations from Basenoters

    Welcome!

    I like vetivers, and the Tom Ford is a great example. I prefer them for the heat, but sometimes they can work in cooler temperatures as well (like encre noire).
    Rive gauche feels...
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    Re: refilling 1ml atomizers?

    As others were saying, some have the top that snaps off, but not all.

    But teardrop is right, there is absolutely no problem if you put in the required ziploc bag. It's not that it makes a...
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    Re: The merchant of Venice

    I started wearing some of the samples.
    Byzantium saffron, as said, is unusual in that it has a lot of realistic saffron. As it goes, it shifts more towards the saffron impression of certain light...
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    Re: Light blue pour homme.

    As others were saying, not too much, other than they're both aggressively modern-fresh. The masculine has aquatic-marine notes plus sharply clean ones, a bit synthetic, while the female one has a...
  89. Thread: Decanting

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    Re: Decanting

    A one time thing shouldn't really do much. Contact with oxygen is inevitable. From a practical point of view, I think it's always more convenient to use pipettes for decanting.

    cacio
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    Re: History of Incense fragrances

    Interesting story about Japan. Our Arabian BNers can tell us more about frankincense, but Arabia has been selling frankincense for at least 5,000 years. In ancient times, however, it was for burning...
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    Re: smelling your fragrance through to drydown

    Whiffs for me too, usually, especially when one moves, opens the suit etc. Nose fatigue sets in easily, so it's hard to get a constant steady cloud. But other people will probably smell the drydown...
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    Re: Please help - Dior fragrances!

    Dior Homme for me too. Iris coffee and woods, very elegant. The intense version is similar but with much more sweetness. Unless you like very sweet, I'd go for regular DH.

    cacio
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    Re: History of Incense fragrances

    Not an expert here.

    In mainstream, I believe one of the Gucci man was the first to feature it prominently. In niche, I don't know when the first one where, but the big trend seems to me started...
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    Re: Jo Malone Wood Sage & Sea Salt

    I smelled this on a catalog fold. What I got there is an interesting sweetish salty herbal. A bit of sage (but this seems to disappear even on the fold) and an interesting salty-beachy feel that,...
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    Re: New: Bond No. 9 Queens

    I just smelled this on a catalog strip. From there, it's a sort of light tuberose with sweet tea notes (supposedly osmanthus). A little sweetish, but smooth. Of course, no idea on how this will...
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    Re: Wedding scent recommendations

    In your list, I'd say Chergui (classic), Leather oud (big), Tobacco vanille (tends to be crowd pleaser) but perhaps especially Incense oud and Jb XXV, since incense appears appropriate for a church...
  97. Re: Which house tells the most interesting story?

    I like Etat libre d'orange quirky and avantgarde approach.

    cacio
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    Re: Rochas Femme - Reformulation

    I am sadly unfamiliar with iterations of Rochas femme, but anything resembling Enlevement has my full attention!

    cacio
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    Re: Sample Pass-- woody white florals, chypres...

    Looking forward to hearing the comments and then trying myself. My first experience with Tulipano nero (thanks to a kind bner) was so so, let's see if it changes.

    cacio
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    Re: Le Labo City Exclusives

    Re vetiver, points of view. Le Labo uses the name of the substance that is present in the largest quantity. This could be, as they say, vetiver. But I perceive CDG2 man and the le labo more as smooth...
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