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    Default Huitime Art, a new venture by Pafumerie Gnrale

    Parfumerie Gnrale has launched a new collection, with the title Huitime Art

    http://www.huitiemeartparfums.com/

    I've got samples of the following, and really look forward to trying them.
    Aube Pashmina - basil, rosemary, tomato leaves, geranium, black current leaves, "satinwood"
    Fareb - immortelle "wood", leather, warm sand, ginseng.

    Anyone else tried this new line?
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    Default Re: Huitime Art, a new venture by Pafumerie Gnrale

    Now THIS looks like a line with potential.
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    Default Re: Huitime Art, a new venture by Pafumerie Gnrale

    Odyssuesum

    Give us a full report when you try your samples.

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    Excited to sample this line. Thanks O. : )
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    Default Re: Huitime Art, a new venture by Pafumerie Gnrale (update 1)

    I've tried Aube Pashmina.
    I like this a lot. It has lovely sparkling herbal notes. The image of a glass of champagne with a sprig of rosemary and a basil leaf comes to mind! This is a very refined and chic herbal scent -- it is not as bold and tomato-leafy as Eau de Campagne by Sisley. Basil is the main note, with a cool hint of rosemary. This is a unisex scent, dry and translucent. It would be a superb summer scent, or one to convey the feeling of a summer herb garden in the cool early morning. It wears very well and I find it completely satisfying. The dry-down is herbal with a light touch of wood.
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    Default Re: Huitime Art, a new venture by Pafumerie Gnrale (update 2)

    Tried the second scent, Fareb.
    Listed notes: immortelle wood, leather, warm sand, ginseng
    Detected notes: cedar, cumin, cinnamon bark, coriander

    I'm neutral on this. I usually like woody spicy scents, which this is. However, I find that cumin can overpower other notes unless it is carefully controlled. Essentially this is a dusky cumin scent with some notes of bark and wood. It is dry, which I appreciate. At times, the cumin is tangy and somewhat bitter, suggesting a note like bittersweet chocolate (with no vanilla, thank goodness). The wood seems like cedar pencil shavings. In the very long dry-down, the cumin mellows and gives the other spices and wood more room.
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    Thank you for the news and reviews, OdyM.
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    I have all the samples here, and they are as great as i expected. Not something groundbreaking or visionary, but they seem well constructed and not generic.
    My favorite from the brief test i did is Aube Pashimina. It`s a great green leafy fragrance, sort of reminded me of L`Heure Promise of Cartier but with less musk and more complex. I see that we have too sweet fragrances in the collection, Manguier Metisse and Sucre d'Ebene, that i see it would please fans of sugary fragrances. The Manguier Metisse has a sweet fruity aroma, while sucre seems to have something more like roasted sugar i think.
    I was cold with Ambre Cerulen so far, sprayed on the card that comes with the discovery set this one has a base aroma, seems like you`re smelling a base of a good ambered fragrance - it sort of reminded me something between myrrhe ardente and ambre fetiche i think. Naiviris is the most minimalistic one so far, a iris in the direction of Iris silver mist but less synthetic and strange - a domesticated ISM.
    I don`t remember so well of the others, but i want to start wearing my discovery set next week, then i`ll be able to get a better vision of each one.

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    Thanks for all the news ! This is an exciting new line I will try when I get home .
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    Default Re: Huitime Art, a new venture by Pafumerie Gnrale

    Yeah. Heard about it last year. There's a local boutique here that stocks up Hutieme Art & gave me a sample of FAREB when I purchased a HdP Nomad kit last year. Excellent composition, high quality stuff. Prices are reasonable too. Looking fwd to sample more from the line this year.

    Edit:
    My manufacturer sampler set arrived in the mail late June. Will post my thoughts on them in a couple of weeks.
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    Default Re: Huitime Art, a new venture by Pafumerie Gnrale

    Interesting philosophy behind these scents. From the website:

    Creations:
    An initial collection of 8 eaux de parfums each showcasing an all-new "plant capture", an original plant-inspired accord or natural organic ingredient.

    Bottle:
    "CERAMICA CYCLOPE"
    A futuristic, white, ceramic-looking Cyclops like a talisman or charm. A symbol signing its silhouette. An eye looking towards the future, a star as a sign of good luck, a compass pointing to a path?

    The Choice:
    Two to three notes (composed accords and/or ingredients) conveyed only by perfume, no olfactory pyramid is given meaning you are free to experience your Own Olfactory Voyage.
    Currently wearing: Augusto by Mazzolari

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    Default Re: Huitime Art, a new venture by Pafumerie Gnrale

    Well, Ody - between one scent bearing comparison to Eau de Campagne (only less bold!), and another which inadvertently sounds like a woody spicy scent I would love, plus positive responses by rickbr and Diamondflame, I decided to spring for samples as well. There has to be at least one to love in the pack. Plus the bottles are "rad" as we used to say back in the day. Lay them on their side and they look like scarabs, too! Fareb the Scarab? May be just the thing for me.

    I do like the part about centering each fragrance upon a new plant capture. Beyond, the bottles, I smell art.
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    Glad this little venture has tickled people's imaginations! Please post further comments! :-)
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    This sounds awesome. Where can I get samples?
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    Default Re: Huitime Art, a new venture by Pafumerie Gnrale

    Quote Originally Posted by debbborra View Post
    This sounds awesome. Where can I get samples?
    Conveniently, you can order a set of samples directly from the website - here:

    http://uk.huitiemeartparfums.com/eau...p?id_dossier=4

    Not cheap, but for this kind of house, fairly typical (I'm thinking it's along the lines of samples from The Different Company). They sound strong, so getting a decent number of good wears is likely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck Perfumisto View Post
    Conveniently, you can order a set of samples directly from the website - here:

    http://uk.huitiemeartparfums.com/eau...p?id_dossier=4

    Not cheap, but for this kind of house, fairly typical (I'm thinking it's along the lines of samples from The Different Company). They sound strong, so getting a decent number of good wears is likely.
    I have ordered my set of samples from their site too. It`s far from cheap, but it`s more affordable than first in fragrance, where it seems that each sample is more than 5 euros O.o

    Compared to The Different Company, you`re absolutely right, they are more strong. There are two that sound very strong on blotter, the more sweeter ones, manguier metisse and sucre d'ebene. The Amber one doesn`t seem to be faint neither...

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    Thank you very much!
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    Default Re: Huitime Art, a new venture by Pafumerie Gnrale

    I'm going to sniff and wear them during the next week or two, and leave my impressions.

    Paper...

    The first, which I'm smelling right now on paper, is Ambre Crulen. I think it compares very nicely with Opium Pour Homme. Overall, it seems more modern than OPH, and I would definitely prefer this one. Quite strong - just a few speckles on paper created a roaring good aroma. It's definitely one of those genderless ambery orientals - no problem with being "macho" - which I find boring. Not sure whether to call it an ambery oriental or an oriental amber, if you know what I'm saying. There are interesting cooling and contrasting notes - which are somewhat reminiscent but by no means duplicative of those in another fragrance in this class which I love, Oriental Lounge. I thought I got tiny animalic wisps as it dried down. The opening is very enjoyable.

    Skin...

    Just tried it on skin. The opening is somewhat Guerlainish - very classical feminine but any guy can handle it. Outstanding opening. The citrus and the floral aspects definitely balance even better with the amber on my skin. My wife finds it "old-fashioned" and "powdery" - personally, I don't think it's THAT powdery. Nicely complex on skin, with just a touch of some aldehydes, if I'm not mistaken. Much better balanced on skin. WOW. Can't stop sniffing it on my hand. The citrus is hanging in there. Very classy.

    Yes, I much prefer this to Opium PH, which was on my "buy" list. So my discovery pack is 1/1 so far.

    I really should have looked at this house a long time ago. DOH!
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    Default Re: Huitime Art, a new venture by Pafumerie Gnrale

    Well, that didn't last long. My second fragrance sampled is now my new favorite. Ambre Crulen is going to have to find somebody else, because I've fallen pretty hard for Ciel d'Airain.

    I'm a bit of a sucker for this type of fragrance - cool, airy - very pretty. Again, gorgeous opening. It reminds me of Cline Ellena's work, and specifically both Sel de Vtiver and Un Parfum de Charmes et Feuilles. Beautiful aromatic notes but not too sharp - just enough. Cool iris and floral notes that give an image of crystal clarity. Wish the opening two hours lasted forever, but they are heavenly enough. A somewhat less complex but just as lovely heart takes over after that, with wisps of great sharpness revealing themselves from time to time after that. Nicely unisex - it will smell fresh and classy on a guy, and cool and brightly perfumed on a woman.

    Not as good of longevity as the amber, but a very clean and nice finish on skin. I wore it to bed, and there was not much left by morning. The drydown is very nice.

    Ciel d'Airain is now my bottle to beat for the rest of the line. I'm really looking forward to the remainder, because I haven't even gotten to the ones that impressed Rick and Ody.

    Edit Added Later: I can still smell it on my skin after 30 hours. There were still some close whiffs after 12 hours, and decent skin scent after 24. The drydown is truly beautiful - it just holds together perfectly.
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    Default Re: Huitime Art, a new venture by Pafumerie Gnrale

    Today I wore Fareb. This is an interesting woody/spicy/incense scent with enough fresh and floral notes to give it a bit of internal contrast - to where I wasn't thinking that it was just another incense masculine. It was an interesting wear, with some outstanding moments, but I have to admit that it comes in second or third behind Ciel d'Airain and maybe Ambre Crulen. Not too strong or light - the volume was just about right for me. Good for fans of dry, slightly peppery incense frags. It had TdH moments, but did not make as much impact. I might grow to love this, but it's just not grabbing me as much as Ciel d'Airain. I'm still quite bonkers for that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck Perfumisto View Post
    I might grow to love this, but it's just not grabbing me as much as Ciel d'Airain. I'm still quite bonkers for that one.
    Now you've made me all curious to try Ciel d'Arain. 'Iris' being the magic word!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondflame View Post
    Now you've made me all curious to try Ciel d'Arain. 'Iris' being the magic word!
    Definitely give it a try. I won't lie to you - I wouldn't consider it a real iris frag, even if it has (to my nose) nice iris notes. Still, it's quite awesome, and it has the clean, clear, overall feel of the truer iris fragrances, so I am sure you won't be disappointed. I find it much closer to Sel de Vtiver than to Dior Homme and the like - that's the level of iris we're talking about.
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    Default Re: Huitime Art, a new venture by Pafumerie Gnrale

    My next tested fragrance from the line is very interesting - and that even starts with the name: Naviris. This scent leans more toward a traditional feminine, IMO, but still easily wearable by anybody.

    The opening is complex but very coherent - an interesting mix of aromatic, fruity, lightly spicy, cool, and minty notes. The minty and spicy nature is almost medicinal, but in a very good way.

    For my nose, the fruity notes dominated during the first wear. Naviris, however, is said to contain African red iris (Kigelia africanus - sausage tree). I'm presuming that this is a novel iris-like component. I had certainly never heard of it. There is a strong, flat-textured, "makeup" note, very similar to the iris note in many recent fragrances, which came through once I looked for it. Perhaps this interesting African red iris deserves some more discussion.

    Naviris feels to me like a very modern yet grown-up, post-oakmoss, fruity feminine with both chypre and iris-like aspects. There are pleasant bits of soft musk in the dry down, but the berryish fruity nature never leaves for me. There were never any off-notes during the entire life of the scent. The complexity is sufficient that it doesn't smell exactly the same every time it is worn.

    I like this scent, but not as much as Ciel d'Airain. I'm sure there are many who will love this fragrance, however, so it's worth sampling. Diamondflame, Snafoo, and our other iris-lovers - check it out and tell us what the heck is up with this stuff.
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    I was given samples of these by Parfumerie Generale when I ordered directly from them. I must say that they are really complex and require more than one wearing to quite get them. I'm smelling Naiviris now and the topnotes are identifiably iris root prominent but also as Redneck Perfumisto said, medicinal and I would attribute that to some sort of fruity topnote that I can't really pinpoint. It quickly becomes sharper and sharper and becomes a very, very dry wood (zebrawood?) with iris disappearing into a supporting act into the drydown. This is actually the most masculine iris I have ever smelt. I smell some similarities to L'artisan's Iris Pallida but Naiviris is much more complex and not as buttery or rooty. I also smell a dry sandalwood similar to the one in Heure Exquise's drydown. Quite challenging this scent...
    Manguier Metisse is a weird-ass scent! I am instantly reminded of the weirdness of Le Feu d'Issey. It has that same funky rotten fruit, milky, woody thing going on. I am not going to attempt to describe it now...I'm still wrapping my head around it.
    If I remember correctly, Ambre Cerulen dried down to an opoponax base very, very similar to Ligea by Carthusia. I'll have to revisit it.
    I'll review the rest later

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    Quote Originally Posted by scent View Post
    I was given samples of these by Parfumerie Generale when I ordered directly from them. I must say that they are really complex and require more than one wearing to quite get them. I'm smelling Naiviris now and the topnotes are identifiably iris root prominent but also as Redneck Perfumisto said, medicinal and I would attribute that to some sort of fruity topnote that I can't really pinpoint. It quickly becomes sharper and sharper and becomes a very, very dry wood (zebrawood?) with iris disappearing into a supporting act into the drydown. This is actually the most masculine iris I have ever smelt. I smell some similarities to L'artisan's Iris Pallida but Naiviris is much more complex and not as buttery or rooty. I also smell a dry sandalwood similar to the one in Heure Exquise's drydown. Quite challenging this scent...
    Manguier Metisse is a weird-ass scent! I am instantly reminded of the weirdness of Le Feu d'Issey. It has that same funky rotten fruit, milky, woody thing going on. I am not going to attempt to describe it now...I'm still wrapping my head around it.
    If I remember correctly, Ambre Cerulen dried down to an opoponax base very, very similar to Ligea by Carthusia. I'll have to revisit it.
    I'll review the rest later
    Thanks for the great comments!

    Yes, these scents are really complex. The thing about THAT which is most amazing to me is that they manage to stay on message, too. There is enjoyable complexity, but it's not a mishmash - it's an orchestra. Its not a bunch of tuning up - it's music. At least, I would say that for the four I've tested so far.

    And thanks for the really excellent description of Naviris. I was hoping to convey to our iris people just how much they need to sniff this, but I think you've done just that.

    I think any one of these scents would be a discussion-generator if released by itself. The downside of releasing eight at once is that their unique natures are prone to get lost in the shuffle. On the one hand, the discovery pack is an excellent way to find "the one". But it's very tempting to skip quickly through them and not give them each the several wears that are deserved. Had I stopped at a single wear on Ciel d'Airain, I would not have discovered all the things I love about it. I'm that way on Naviris, too. It was really coming alive for me by the end of the second wear - and I think it's what you said - that it's a very masculine iris composition, but not in the same way as other recent iris masculines. That bit of novelty wasn't obvious to me the first time I wore it.

    I tell myself that I need to go through the series twice before committing to a bottle, but I don't think I'm going to be able to hold out that long on Ciel d'Airain. It's just too damn good. I'm sniffing the sample, and resisting the urge to wear it, so that I can try something else.

    Ah, what a terrible fate!
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    Default Re: Huitime Art, a new venture by Pafumerie Gnrale

    Red, you're doing an outstanding job on working through the line. Don't leave me in suspense much longer, I'm really interested to get your take on Aube Pashmina.
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    Quote Originally Posted by odysseusm View Post
    Red, you're doing an outstanding job on working through the line. Don't leave me in suspense much longer, I'm really interested to get your take on Aube Pashmina.
    Well, I haven't picked one for tonight - so I guess you just did!

    EDIT:

    OMG - what an opening! WOW. I'm almost left speechless. That first blast on paper was stunning.

    More to come.....
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    hehe, sounds good so far...
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    OK, I normally don't even start talking about something at this stage, but I just had to scroll up the thread and remind myself what you thought of this, Ody. I'm glad you love this, too, because if you didn't, I think we'd be in a feud of some kind!

    I think your review really nailed it perfectly - at least from everything I can tell. It's a truly perfect blend of aromatic sharpness and herbal greenery. The tomato leaf is perfect - I love the note but it's so easy to go overboard, and this doesn't.

    My initial thought was that this was the perfect fougre, but calling it a fougre sells it short. There are fougre, straight-up green, aromatic, and faintly soapy notes that just make the feel oscillate between all sorts of great places.

    The balance of everything is really admirable. And I'm still talking paper here - I haven't even gotten this on skin.

    OK - I'm going to cool it before I sound like a complete fool. I'll say more after some real wear. But this is a very impressive scent.
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    Default Re: Huitime Art, a new venture by Pafumerie Gnrale

    You are showing admirable analytical restraint. Obviously the honed methodology of a scientist. ;-) I'm much more impulsive. Glad you like it so far.
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