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    Default Tom Ford Moss Breches question.....

    I've been reading some reviews of Moss Breches and have been wondering with the new IFA (right acronym?) regulations, how authentic smelling is the moss in this one?

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    Terry

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    Default Re: Tom Ford Moss Breches question.....

    Moss Breches has been discontinued for a while. It is hard to find now.

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    Default Re: Tom Ford Moss Breches question.....

    I have a bottle on the way. I guess I can just wait and see myself.

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    Default Re: Tom Ford Moss Breches question.....

    What does Moss Breches mean?

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    Default Re: Tom Ford Moss Breches question.....

    An amazing juice!! I don't understand why they had to discontinue this one.

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    Default Re: Tom Ford Moss Breches question.....

    The name is somewhat misleading, as moss isn't really the feature note at all. It's a very pleasant spicy herbal scent with a prominent beeswax note that's ideal for cooler weather. One of my favorite from the original lineup of Private Blends.

    @Kaern: brèches is an uncommon French word that refers to a specific kind of honeycomb. It's the prominent beeswax note in Moss Breches that accounts for the name. (At least I assume so.)
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    Default Re: Tom Ford Moss Breches question.....

    From what I understand, Moss Breches has authentic oakmoss in it so it should smell very authentic. I have a decant of it and it's my fave from the TF Private Blend line.
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    Default Re: Tom Ford Moss Breches question.....

    Great stuff...I believe the oakmoss caused the problem for somebody...

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    Default Re: Tom Ford Moss Breches question.....

    Quote Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post
    The name is somewhat misleading, as moss isn't really the feature note at all. It's a very pleasant spicy herbal scent with a prominent beeswax note that's ideal for cooler weather. One of my favorite from the original lineup of Private Blends.

    @Kaern: brèches is an uncommon French word that refers to a specific kind of honeycomb. It's the prominent beeswax note in Moss Breches that accounts for the name. (At least I assume so.)
    Thank you

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