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    I just purchased the orange Hotel Costes room spray. Luckyscent was all about this one...its sounds incredible with burnt coffee and crystalised orange notes...hope its as good as it sounds...let me know if anyone has tried it yet.

    Otherwise, i will give you a review when i get it in! I love Costes Red, so i think this one will be nice as well.
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    Sounds great! Please let us know how you like it. Did they have any other Costes room sprays?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuigi View Post
    Sounds great! Please let us know how you like it. Did they have any other Costes room sprays?
    yes, they do in fact...if you go to luckyscent.com and go to home fragrance, you can check them out. They are all used in Hotel Costes in France. They have red(which smells like the cologne), avenue(the Purple one which has frangipani and mango and teak ) and a white one which has musk and lily i believe. Check em out, they all sound awesome!
    Current Top 5:

    Tabac, Cardinal, Brookes Brothers, Musc Kublai Khan, Andron

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    Just got it....it smells great, though not what i expected. It has notes of orange and burned coffee which is what drew me to it initially. This straight up smells like Costes Red with more ginger and less powder. It smell like Christmas morning should...gingerbread and mulling spices.

    Very nice, you should give it a try if you like these things!
    Current Top 5:

    Tabac, Cardinal, Brookes Brothers, Musc Kublai Khan, Andron

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    These sound amazing indeed


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    Big bucks for a room spray! They are actually offering samples of these. How do you think they do this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuigi View Post
    Big bucks for a room spray! They are actually offering samples of these. How do you think they do this?
    yeah i agree...it was alot of money and i have buyers remorse somewhat, but i still like it. I think most fragrance is overpriced, but its all about what you valuable means to you personally.

    I think they probably put it in a vial like a personal fragrance and you can put it on a piece of paper and get general idea.
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    Tabac, Cardinal, Brookes Brothers, Musc Kublai Khan, Andron

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    I got some samps from somewhere (can't remember. They were free, and put in vials. Some I already had, Diptyques, but I could've put it on a tissue or coffee filter paper to get the idea of the scent.

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