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    Default Weird Sillage from L'artisan's Fou'd Absinthe

    Hmm, It's a very nice fragrance..though is extremely dominate in verdure and medicinal herbs..though I love it's smooth dry-down..awesome!

    One thing I've discovered with Fou'D Absinthe is that it has the most awkward yet capricious lingering sessions. Sometimes I smell it's presence profusely without even having the fragrance near me...It can be heavier when my nose isn't near my applied areas...weird!
    I appreciate this fragrance, loads! and was wondering if anyone has shared this little episode with me aswell.

    Cheers and take care!

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    Default Re: Weird Sillage from L'artisan's Fou'd Absinthe

    I love Fd'A but find a strange armpit odor in the silage sometimes. It's an odd one.
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