'...If Guaiac is a universe away from the rich, plush, Frenchly elaborated pre-war Guerlains, it is just as far from the early 21st century minimalist intellectual art scents of Frédéric Malle and Le Labo. Both those schools produce brilliant perfumes. This is something else. One feels about this perfume as one would a tiny blossom, impossibly lovely, ridiculously fragile, evanescent...'
Read the full review on the NYT blog here
I'm thinking this is perhaps Burr's first review of an organic fragrance, right?
"Seize opportunity by the beard for it is bald behind"