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    Default Re: Atelier Cologne

    they range from $145 to $175 for a 200ml bottle


    you'll pay more per ml for many watered down designer crap

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    Default Re: Atelier Cologne

    I own Bois Blonds and Grand Neroli..not a fan of others from the line. Bois Blonds is enjoyable.

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    I actually would not pay more per ml for watered down designer crap. I buy my watered down designer crap at a discount (some of it I get free!) If you enjoyed the scents, more power to you. I didn't find any of them worth owning.
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    I have tried Oolang Infini and Bois Blond, and disliked them both. Nothing worth writing a scented letter home about, so to speak.

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    Trefle Pur is really good to me, but I adore eau de colognes and I think the longer-lasting aspect is really nice. I think it would make a positively great summer scent.

    I didn't like their orange garbage, though. Ick. I live in Florida; I don't want to smell sticky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovingthealien View Post
    Trefle Pur is really good to me, but I adore eau de colognes and I think the longer-lasting aspect is really nice. I think it would make a positively great summer scent.

    I didn't like their orange garbage, though. Ick. I live in Florida; I don't want to smell sticky.
    None of Atelier fragrances are actually EDC's or colognes; the term is just used for marketing sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Cologneist View Post
    None of Atelier fragrances are actually EDC's or colognes; the term is just used for marketing sometimes.
    I mean Eaux in the style of Kölnisch Wasser, or Eau de Colognes, such as Eau de Cologne Imperiale, 4711, etc. Trefle Pur really is very similar to this classic style, but with greatly improved longevity.

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    I've sampled 4 of them and thought they were 'nice' but nothing to get excited about. That said, these quieter fragrances aren't really my style. I thought Trefle Pur was the best.
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    Tried a few, sampled Grand Neroli, but longevity was poor and it requires a very liberal application.

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    Pleasant enough. But not "enough" of anything to be of real note.

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