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    Default what no fragrance can achieve

    I was just standing by the balcony window, nightfall, rain coming down upon the garden after another warm day, there's freshly washed lavender-tinged laundry on the rack behind me and this mix of "scensory" impressions was just so overwhelmingly perfect...
    What I would give for a perfume that smells exactly like this moment. Just thought I'd share

    P.S.: No, Gendarme or Geir don't come anywhere close
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    Quote Originally Posted by the_good_life
    I was just standing by the balcony window, nightfall, rain coming down upon the garden after another warm day, there's freshly washed lavender-tinged laundry on the rack behind me and this mix of "scensory" impressions was just so overwhelmingly perfect...
    What I would give for a perfume that smells exactly like this moment. Just thought I'd share

    P.S.: No, Gendarme or Geir don't come anywhere close
    scherrer immense - TRY IT ! (mens of course)

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    Serge Lutens - Gris Clair.

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    There's actually a perfume oil that smells EXACTLY like you just described. I've been trying to find it again but i don't remember much about it, just that it was called "Spring Rain" (I think, lol).
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    Try Grabazzi by Gendarme

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    For: The CologneJunkie

    Spring Rain Eau de Toilette by Crabtree & Evelyn (60ml)

    Description: Mist on pure Spring Rain fragrance—a romantic bouquet of early spring flowers: peony, tea rose, and lily of the valley, warmed with spicy hyacinth topped with tender green notes. By Crabtree and Evelyn.
    Price: $25.20
    (a little pricey)

    http://www.pcfallon.com/detail~produ...10-2822921.asp
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