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  1. #31

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    Oud 27 had a generous dollop of the stuff

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    how has Tom Ford Noir de Noir not been mentioned yet?! at least to me I get a nice saffron, rose, oud combo. I think it's quite 'pretty' for a men's scent, but still well balanced with the oud.
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  3. #33

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    +1 on Noir de Noir. I tried Safran Troublant, and liked it...but unfortunately it was so light it was virtually non-existent.

  4. #34

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    Love Saffron, and especially love to cook with it. Works great in Persian stews and rice, as well as in Paella's.

  5. #35

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    Wow, I haven't heard of most of these, but I want to sample them soon.
    This one looks interesting

  6. #36

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    Saffron is one of my favourite scents, outside of perfumery. I use it in cooking and especially in cocktails (I make my own saffron gin and vodka).

    For perfumery though, even though a tincture is very easy to make yourself, it isn't too easy to use because the colour is so strong and so staining. Who wants a perfume that will put a yellow stain on a white shirt or blouse? Safranal always seems a bit like cheating, but I guess that is the price of art.

    Also I observe that many people cannot smell saffron at all, which is a bit of downside for the world's most expensive spice.
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    Saffron might be my all-time favorite's what I have so far: Lyric Woman, Agent Provocateur, Montale White Oud, Saffron Troublant, ummm...Daphne Commes Des Garcons, Black Cashmere, LDDM (?), an incredible Asrar Attar from Amouage (this is the best one, but really tough because not available to test in the USA)...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stew View Post
    Wow, I haven't heard of most of these, but I want to sample them soon.
    This one looks interesting
    I had this a couple of years ago, but didn't fall in love with it and sold it. The saffron was fairly pronounced, if I remember correctly - giving it a metallic honey feel. But overall, I found it to be a fairly linear scent that wore close to the skin.

    I don't think it's been mentioned yet, but TF Tuscan Leather has saffron in it, too.
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    Mukhalat Malaki by swiss Arabian. It is all about Saffron and Turkish Rose.

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