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    to my mind chanel antaeus is one of the best masculine chypres. and what i like in it . not the top notes, bus antaeus after 5 hours on your skin. when you go to the hot shower and can smell burning worm candle. i felt that beeswax must be there and it prouved to be truth
    are there any other perfume where could you smell beeswax, wormth of burning candle?
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    SL Miel de Bois has the most natural beeswax note i have ever smelled in a fragrance.

    Jeff
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajmc
    SL Miel de Bois has the most natural beeswax note i have ever smelled in a fragrance.

    Jeff

    NATURAL beeswax..?!
    Wow, I really do disagree: I actually like Miel de Bois very much, but I don`t think that it has nothing to do with naturalism.
    I find it`s honey note very synthetic - yet extremely pleasing. When it comes to NATURAL beeswax, I still would start from Antaeus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PigeonMurderer
    [quote author=ajmc link=1131837180/0#1 date=1131843699]SL Miel de Bois has the most natural beeswax note i have ever smelled in a fragrance.

    Jeff

    NATURAL beeswax..?!
    Wow, I really do disagree: I actually like Miel de Bois very much, but I don`t think that it has nothing to do with naturalism.
    I find it`s honey note very synthetic - yet extremely pleasing. When it comes to NATURAL *beeswax, I still would start from Antaeus.[/quote]
    I work in a candle factory and after two to three hours,Miel de Bois smells almost exactly like our beeswax candles.
    "You can ignore reality, but you can't ignore the consequences of ignoring reality." - Ayn Rand

    "I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical...It is a medicine necessary for the sound health of government." - Thomas Jefferson

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