Thread: "Oh de London!"
I am new to perfume and cosmetic making, and am taking it up as a fun, relaxing hobby. I am collecting fragrances and essential oils, and learning about the theory of top, middle and base notes.
I was surprised to discover that Tuvache is manufacturing a version of the vintage "Oh! de London" scent by Yardley. As this was the scent of my girlhood, I am interested to try it, but wonder if it is really the same as the original.
Anyone out there try some? If so, how did you like it?
I see old bottles of Oh! de London selling on Ebay, but am not about to pay $200 or more for a used bottle of scent that may, or may not, still smell good.
Vermontcountrystore.com sells Oh! de London put out nw by Tuvache and they claim it is the "original 1966 fragrance." It's $35. Haven't tried it, yet, to compare.
Last edited by beachroses; 11th December 2007 at 02:16 AM.