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    Default L'Anarchiste vs... Fahrenheit!?

    Am I the only one who, having experimented with L'Anarchiste, recognizes a similar fuel, or perhaps motor oil, accord that makes Dior's Fahrenheit such a unique work of art? It is noticeable already in the beginning. But in the drydown, when the "bloody metal" has nearly disappeared, it is even more apparent. What is it? Sandalwood? Cedar? A combination of... something?

    So far, while I like Fahrenheit very much, I'm not a big fan of L'Anarchiste because it reminds me of the reddish-brown disinfectant they use in hospitals (I think - as it's all appearances, it could be the color of the bottle or all the talk about blood - but somehow I associate it very strongly!)... But I'll give it another chance some day.

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    Default Re: L'Anarchiste vs... Fahrenheit!?

    L'Anarchiste smells like copper, while Fahrenheit smells like motor oil. Quite different, the two.
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    Default Re: L'Anarchiste vs... Fahrenheit!?

    Quote Originally Posted by zztopp
    L'Anarchiste smells like copper, while Fahrenheit smells like motor oil. Quite different, the two.
    Indeed. L'Anarchiste=blood, Farenheit=oil.

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