Oh c'mon boy, don't be shy, you have the gupts for it I know
Jokes aside, when I first tried Dzonghka I was a bit skeptical due to the fact that, despite I can see the charm of Timbuktu per se, on me it's just blah, smoked candifloss, simply uninteresting and plain. But then I tried Dzonghka and on me it's simply WoW! Same for the Eau d'Italie where L'Eau d'Italie was not that great deal while the others are stunning; I also tried the last Magnolia Romana and it's really original and pleasant, an ozonic and green floral staying on the dry sparkling side. Absolutely unisex and intriguing for a maglolia lover.
Same for Paestum Rose, I really look forward to knowing your thoughts Mike.
Originally Posted by mikeperez23
I have not Magnifiscent - but thanks for the reminder. So many scents to sample...
Here's the thing: I haven't liked any of the L'Eau d'Italie scents I've tried, which surprised me because I usually love Duchaufour's creations. But a few of his scents (Timbuktu, Dzonghka, Eau d'Italie, Bois D'Ombrie
...) I really
don't like. Then there's others (Jubilation XXV, Piment Brulant, Avignon
) that I absolutely love. I guess I'm approaching Paestum Rose cautiously.