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    Basenotes Junkie lionheart's Avatar
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    Default Re: Something like a cathedral?

    L'Air du Desert Marocain by Tauer,

    Especially Amber Absolute by Tom Ford. In fact, my testing notes for this one was "Old, Stony Church." Hope this helps.
    My Top 5!!!
    1. 1740: Marquis de Sade, Histoires de Parfums
    2. 1899: Ernest Hemingway, Histoires de Parfums
    3. Tirrenico, Profumi del Forte
    4. 1969, Histoires de Parfums
    5. Derby, Guerlain

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    Worcester<--->London UK

    Default Re: Something like a cathedral?

    Quote Originally Posted by Baldini View Post
    CdG- Avignon, Kyoto, or Hinoki will give you that cathedral-like incense you're probably looking for.
    I tried Avignon and Hinoki, found Avignon wears better on me so I bought it. Its actually very close to Andrea Maack's Craft, though also different. Four purchases in the last month means I need to take a break, but I think in march I shall head out and sample a few from the examples presented here.

    ...a much requested sample of the evening by a group of over excited perfume lovers who likened it to a 'sexy dungeon with a steak house on the top'. Was I one of that group? Well, yes, and it was my first Perfume Lovers Meetup. What a start.

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