Last edited by cairomerta; 13th October 2010 at 07:59 PM.
Thanks for the link. I hope it's as good as it sounds, when I get my hands on some
let me check this out.
I really really really hope Spice and Wood doesn't have any detectable amount of that awful synthetic, petroleum-Cedar used in Lacroix Tumulte or Azzaro Visit, if it does and they charge $550/250ml, they're criminals. This review hints at many things I feared this could be. Hopefully it's a false alarm and this is great stuff.
BN sales: http://www.basenotes.net/threads/300...avidoff-Bombay.
Off-BN sales (super rare CREED): http://flacon.ambaric.net/viewtopic.php?t=95
I too am very interested to see how this is. I wasn't really impressed with Aventus so I am hoping it doesn't go that same route!
A word on natural cedar oils:
Atlas cedar oil has a woody, oily, petroleum, rich smell. It blends beutifully with other woods, florals and resins. The "pencil" cedar is virginia cedar which is actually a variety of juniper. They smell quite different. Both are referred to as cedar.
I hate Virginia ceder. I cant stand scents that dry down to that pencil shaving note. Atlas ceder is way better for me on my skin.
Erwin Creed - Spice and Windsor US Tour 2010
Thanks for the link. I am a bit skeptical that I will like this one. Time will tell.