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    Default Grasse perfumers

    I noticed that there are some perfumers in Grasse of whom I've never heard. Do any of you have experience with the perfumes of either Guy Bouchara or Didier Gaglewski? Gaglewski's website boasts what looks like an interesting fragrance for men called Cambouie.

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    I own two of Bouchara's fragrances - Amistad and La Selva sold under his own name. Picked these up in Nice at a small parfumerie there. The prices are fairly inexpensive and the quality is pretty good.
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    I own Cambouis, and I like it very much same vein of Nostalgia from Santa Maria Novella but without the sweet vanilla that I can not stand. Cambuis is a great creation for evening or winter i guess, not heavy or cloying it has a fresh side when drying down. Prices are ok. and Mr.Gaglewski himself is very sympathetic and interested on client's feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GentlemanFarmer View Post
    I own Cambouis, and I like it very much same vein of Nostalgia from Santa Maria Novella but without the sweet vanilla that I can not stand. Cambuis is a great creation for evening or winter i guess, not heavy or cloying it has a fresh side when drying down. Prices are ok. and Mr.Gaglewski himself is very sympathetic and interested on client's feedback.
    May I ask where you found that?
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