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    Please, I need more information about Keiko Mecheri/ Bazaar des Scenteurs
    http://www.keikomecheri.com/

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    What do you need to know?

    I love this line, though I find many of them to be inspired copies of Lutens fragrances (Rahat Loukhoum, Bois de Sepia...). The price point is pretty good considering the size and there's a great variety of fragrances. The lasting power varies, though is generally pretty good. My favorites include Fleur de Peau, a nice leather scent, and Oliban, a wonderful tobacco and olibanum scent.

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    I like OLIBAN, but doesn't it smell like masculinized Egoiste (Chanel)? I personally prefer Egoiste....

    SANGUINE was interesting. It's orange, but blood orange. Blood orange smells like orange diluted in salt water. Actually longer-lasting than regular orange, but you can smell sanguine = blood = salter water = salty!!!

    Keiko appears to have forgotten to put osmanthus into OSMANTHUS. All you can smell is tuberose and white datura. TDC's Osmanthus is 100% better.

    Keiko also seems to have forgotten to put sandalwood into BOIS DE SANTAL. All you can smell is white osmanthus, then later on seaty cumin. Sandalwood plays hide-and-seek, and almost non-detectable.

    HANAE smells like very orthodox flower-fruity. Kind of like Japanese girls smell.

    VV

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    I am a fan of Bois de Santal and Fleur de Peau. While BdS is not a dominant sandalwood scent, it is a fine blend and very different from the 500 other sandalwood scents on the market. Fleur de Peau is an excellent take on floral leather. It is very masculine and shares some similarities with Knize Ten. It is a perfect suit and tie fragrance.

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    Default Re: Keiko Mecheri

    Which one do you think is the best from this house?

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    Default Re: Keiko Mecheri

    Quote Originally Posted by volley2 View Post
    Which one do you think is the best from this house?
    From what I have tried, Oliban.
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    Default Re: Keiko Mecheri

    Quote Originally Posted by Vibrant_Violet View Post
    I personally prefer Egoiste
    Same here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petruccijc View Post
    From what I have tried, Oliban.

    Thank you J! I really got confused here....I thought it was MP who replied! hahahahah. nice one!

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    Oliban is nice, as is Cuir Cordoba.

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