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    Default L'Air Du Desert Moracain

    1) Is this a fragrance that you get compliments on, or is it a fragrance that you get for you?

    2) Is this a top 5 or top 10 scent? I have Fumerie Turque and Chergui.

    3) Would a 1 year old bottle still be good juice?

    4) All season or one particular season?

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    Default Re: L'Air Du Desert Moracain

    1. I get compliments and I love it myself

    2. Top 10 scent for me

    3. Of course, as long as it hasn't been sitting in extreme heat and sunlight.

    4. It is a year round scent for me.
    Last edited by Jock_With_Scents; 12th December 2007 at 02:16 PM.

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    I'll go with JWS in all four. Although it is not the lightest of scents, It's lack of sweetness makes it quite alright in summer, applied very lightly ofcourse. One of the very few fragrances that is absolutely unique with maintaining wearability and pleasantness. It' not not awkward or controversial at all. Couldn't recommend more.

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    Default Re: L'Air Du Desert Moracain

    The scent "blooms" in warmer weather, so I prefer it when it's warm out (which is unusual for an amber based fragrance). But it's fine in colder weather too.

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    Default Re: L'Air Du Desert Moracain

    Quote Originally Posted by finsfan View Post
    1) Is this a fragrance that you get compliments on, or is it a fragrance that you get for you?

    2) Is this a top 5 or top 10 scent? I have Fumerie Turque and Chergui.

    3) Would a 1 year old bottle still be good juice?

    4) All season or one particular season?
    1) Right now I've only worn it through samples, but if I wore it, I'd wear it for me.

    2) Top ten, but I've really just begun my fragrance explorations. It is well made and complex, but there is a bit of an Indian restaurant vibe that prevents it from being a "true love" fragrance. I may even buy a bottle, but it's somehow not as "me" as other fragrances.

    3) I'd imagine it depended on how it was stored, but I don't see why not.

    4) All seasons: the citrus content makes it appropriate for summer.

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