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    Question Mahogany

    Has anyone tried Demeter's Mahogany and if so, what is your opinion please?

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    Question Re: Mahogany

    Still looking for opinions on this fragrance. Has no one tried it yet?

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    Question Re: Mahogany

    Does this mean I have to blind buy this fragrance?

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    Default Re: Mahogany

    Most likely. What does mahogany smell like anyway?

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    Default Re: Mahogany

    Quote Originally Posted by bokaba View Post
    Most likely. What does mahogany smell like anyway?
    My father has made furniture for over 40 years; he can knock-up a Queen Ann style chair by hand (given enough time)... He's worked all sorts of fine timbers mahogany included and I'd have to say that mahogany did not have a very distinct smell... well no more distinct than oak, or victorian ash etc... so color me confused
    Last edited by jathanas; 15th October 2009 at 02:51 AM.
    Conscience is what hurts when everything else feels so good.

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    Default Re: Mahogany

    I have tried several of the Dememter frags and find them harsh & without nuance. They sound interesting but all (those I've tried) tend to be annoyingly linear. There is an Etro frag called Mahogany, I have a feeling that would be a better choice.

    BTW, for a good cheap thrill, have you looked at Madini Oils?
    Last edited by kumquat; 15th October 2009 at 03:56 PM.

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