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    Default Cepes (mushroom)

    Cepes (mushroom) -- golden brown -- my favorite of the bunch. (Not having tested Aftelier Cepes et Tuberose, I want to test it now.) It is cheesy, slightly acidic, homey, musky and warm at the same time. Smells Italian. Dries down to a very cozy scent of the liquid here the dry mushrooms were left overnight. Very realistic. Pair it with citrus (grapefruit, lime), rose and vetiver and you have got a hit on your hands, I think.

    This is about 20 per cent absolute.

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    thanks for that, there are no supliers of ceps abs in uk so i think i might tincture some

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    I didn't even know there EO for mushrooms how strange i want to get it now

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    I got some of this from Liberty Natural -- strong stuff. Wasn't sure what to pair it with -- thanks for the suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twolf View Post
    It is cheesy, slightly acidic, homey, musky and warm at the same time. Smells Italian.
    Ouch!

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