Creed Royal Delight
Creed Royal Delight
Guerlain's Habit Rouge edc. Perfect for our first real blast of fall weather!
Vetiver vintage edt Guerlain
Last edited by jdemetre; 31st October 2009 at 06:54 PM.
Sote: Serge Lutens - Muscs Koublaï Khän for SSD
Last edited by tott; 31st October 2009 at 07:43 PM. Reason: Realised I had a sample of MKK!
Serge Lutens Encens et Lavande for barbacoa with the friends.
thanks a Dr Creed
#TOP 5#: Polo Crest, Romeo Gigli,Jockey Club C&M, Jean Pascal Homme,Floris N 89
Habit Rouge edt~ Guerlain (day)
Dior Intense edp homme (night)
Choose to believe, choose joy.
Scelga di credere, scelga la gioia.
Bois Rouge- Tom Ford
Are you not entertained??? Is this not why you are here??
Guerlain Mitsouko EDT
bergamot, mandarin, lemon, neroli
rose, jasmine, peach, clove, cinnamon, ylang-ylang
oakmoss, labdanum, patchouli, vetiver, musk
Last edited by pluran; 31st October 2009 at 07:57 PM.
Dzing! and some MKK on various hidden spots.
Your nostrils, which will dilate immesurably in unspeakable contentment, in motionless ecstasy, will ask nothing better for space, for they will be full of fragrance, as if perfumes and incense; for they will be glutted with complete happiness, like angels who dwell in the peace and magnificence of pleasent heaven.
(From Maldoror by Comte de Lautreamont)
Thierry Mugler B*Men
someone please stop me from buying more cologne.
top five: 1) Creed Vintage Tabarome 2) Creed Windsor 2) Serge Lutens Chergui 3) Frederic Malle Musc Ravageur 5) MFK Lumiére Noire Pour Homme
Ricci Club (Haute concentration) by Nina Ricci
Body Kouros YSL, tonite
Serge Lutens Daim Blond
Notes: Iris Pallida, apricot kernel, cardamom from Ceylon, musk, heliotrope, hawthorn (from luckyscent.com)
Daim Blond is an oriental leather scent--very modern, soft, almost edible and really unlike many leathers which tend to be a dry green-gray chypre type of fragrance. Accompanying the leather accord, DB starts with balanced boozy sweetness from apricot fruit, soft, buttery florals and an almond note. The apricot-leather combination is evocative of other leathery fragrances which use osmanthus flower (Parfums d'Empire Osmanthus Interdite, The Different Company Osmanthus), but the accord in DB is deeper and more mellow while maintaining delicacy and weightlessness. In the mid notes, DB becomes more woody and nutty, with a saltiness that gives an impression of popcorn and salted cashews. As this salty accord develops, it becomes increasingly like the sensual salty skin scent which occurs after fresh sweat dries. The salty, buttery and nutty notes persist into the base, which is composed of sweet musk and Iso E Super. Overall, DB has moderate sillage and longevity, and is somewhat linear in development--as such I suggest sampling for a while before buying, in case DB's linear nature becomes boring. Its softness makes it suitable for men or women. Generally, though, Daim Blond is a very enjoyable fragrance that charms with subtleness and grace.
I emptied my sample of Terre De Bois on my Chewbacca mask.
Serge Lutens Musc Kublai Khan
Notes: civet, castoreum, costus roots, cumin, labdanum, Moroccan rose, ambergris, ambrette seeds, beeswax, vanilla and patchouli (from nstperfume.com)
Musc Kublai Khan starts as an animalic one-two-three punch, rife with large doses of civet, castoreum and indolic floral notes. The opening is incredibly intoxicating: the civet lends a fecal edge verging on sweet; the leathery castoreum smells of rootbeer and bitter plant tonics; and the indolic notes balance the first two with a vanillic "wet cardboard" quality which adds some dimension and uniformity to the opening accord. I suspect there is also some honey or blackcurrant bud, as there is a slight urinous edge as well. Sadly, this amazing animalic orchestra begins to fade very quickly, allowing the honey/blackcurrant bud note take on a piercing quality. I presume this is the "dirty underwear" accord many people seem to find in MKK. The much maligned cumin comes out a bit later in the middle development as MKK rounds out and starts to smell slightly more leathery and skin-like. I must say, so far MKK ALMOST holds up to the skankiest vintage fragrances I have tried such as Jean Desprez Bal a Versailles extrait or Dana Tabu. Actually, I find MKK to be considerably cleaner smelling than those great classics. This is reinforced by the fact that, to my nose, the base is a soapy white musk blended with a vanilla-prominent amber. Generally speaking, the older formulae I have tried seem to have warmth and character which MKK lacks. Still, MKK is an extremely well-composed, smooth oriental which carries forth an established tradition using modern ingredients--one could do a whole lot worse. Highly recommended.
New Haarlem by Bond No 9
Oriscent, AgarAura Pure Ouds, Creed, LIDGE, Patou Pour Homme, tons of niche and rare stuff for sale!
Romeo Gigli per Uomo
I'm going to a costume party here in a bit (the GF and I are the a-holes going to a trainer for Saturday Night Live). I'm wearing Bond No. 9 Riverside Drive.
I'm a colognosaurus. Rawr!
SOTD - Douce Amere
SOTE - Serge Noire
Avignon (Series 3: Incense) by Comme des Garcons
"The plant that you have in your home - have you ever truly looked at it? Have you allowed that familiar yet mysterious being we call a plant to teach you its secrets? Have you noticed how deeply peaceful it is? How it is surrounded by a field of stillness? The moment you become aware of a plant's emanation of stillness and peace, that plant becomes your teacher."
-- Eckhart Tolle
Jacques Bogart Witness tonight
There are three kinds of people in this world: those who understand math and those who don't (four out of three people surveyed agree with this).
LDDM from a sample tonight, I'm diggin it in a big way
Is the juice worth the squeeze?
Has everyone checked out my Top 100 Blog??
Sonoma Scent Studio Ambre Noir
Armani Code Pour Homme
burberry brit for men.
Jolie Madame (Balmain)
You are not your perfume.
Creed Tabarôme Private Collection
II est de forts parfums pour qui toute matière/Est poreuse. On dirait qu'ils pénètrent le verre.
PdN Patchouli Homme
L'air du desert Marocain
Versace l'Homme (1984)
Last edited by teger; 2nd November 2009 at 12:09 AM.