I have just samples the line thanks to the kindness of the BN friend. Here's my impressions from the LS dab samples:
Ambre Ceruleen - easy to love. It's a nice amber fragrance, which would be in good company among my other amber samples. I liked it a lot, and I can see wearing it a lot. I'm glad I didn't look at the descriptions or notes before smelling because I could have been disappointed. I love me some good verbena, and this is not it even though verbena is supposed to be the center of the fragrance (since it was the essence extracted for this perfume). But I sniffed unread, and I am rewarded. Like, definitely.
Aube Pashmina - great one! This is the one I'd like in a bigger decant to experience this fragrance in a spray. It's green and bright, I got an impression of bay leaf and citrus, well blended and original. Another great hit.
Ciel d'Airain - left me cold. I did not smell a real pear on a tree, as reviews promised. Instead, I think Matildaben is right on with the green fig. Green and lightly woody. My husband would like it, but it is too similar to other green fig fragrances he likes. I will probably forget this one pretty soon.
Fareb - the one that left me surprised and wanting more in Winter. It's a cumin woody bomb, a gigantic wooden box of cumin coming to Italy from the Spice root. I cannot say I like it, it is too realistic cumin to be something that is easy to like for me. But I am very curious about trying it in Winter because this perfume will warm you up!
Manguier Metisse - definitely mango, but my skin turned it into a dry sweetened mango. Very realistic. No frangipani and florals for me in this one. Mango and sugar.
Naiviris - this is the only one from the pack that I actually did not like. I found it somewhat woody and somewhat... may I say watery and diluted? Let's just say it was not my style or did not work with my skin.
Sucre d'Ebene - dark roasted sugar in a wooden box. I am a gourmand lover yet I find it too sweet. Just like in regular desserts it makes a difference for me what makes things sweet. Is it honey? Is it something rich and dark like chocolate? Is it vanilla like in creme brulee? If this is just sugar, I will probably look elsewhere. Same with this one.
Vohina - this one is closer to the sweets this one likes. Apricot syrup from my childhood, honeyed and golden liquid. I need something else to go with it -- a tart note, a savory note, or maybe some base notes. I'd love some lemon in it. Or some more lavender in that honey.