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    Default MadHat Scents - Discussion Thread.

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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scent Amber Tar US ONLY

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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scent Amber Tar US ONLY

    Ok, I'd like some more feedback from my other fragrance as well, Vesrim. First Basenoter that finds this might be something they'd like, shoot me PM me and I'll ship you one of my few remaining 1ml samples. Description is listed below. MUST BE WITHIN THE U.S.

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    Vesrim (25% Concentration of Oils to 75% alcohol)

    - This fragrance first started out with Haitian Vetiver, Haitian Coffee and White Grapefruit Peel oils that were allowed to mellow over a 6 month period.

    After the mixture was allowed to mellow several months different oud and sandalwood-based attars were added to give the fragrance more depth.

    Something was missing still, a tincture of scorched parchment paper gave Vesrim the final touch. The combination of precious woods, florals and earthy aspects make this fragrance quite unisex.

    Fragrance Notes: Vetiver, White Grapefruit Peel, Coffee, Burnt Parchment Tincture, Oud, Saffron, Musk, Damascus Rose, Mahogany, Cade, Frankincense, Cedar, Sandalwood. *Oils diluted in alcohol.

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    Vesrim is being sent to stargarden. Thanks all for the consideration.

    Quote Originally Posted by rynegne View Post
    Ok, I'd like some more feedback from my other fragrance as well, Vesrim. First Basenoter that finds this might be something they'd like, shoot me PM me and I'll ship you one of my few remaining 1ml samples. Description is listed below. MUST BE WITHIN THE U.S.

    Thanks all!

    Vesrim (25% Concentration of Oils to 75% alcohol)

    - This fragrance first started out with Haitian Vetiver, Haitian Coffee and White Grapefruit Peel oils that were allowed to mellow over a 6 month period.

    After the mixture was allowed to mellow several months different oud and sandalwood-based attars were added to give the fragrance more depth.

    Something was missing still, a tincture of scorched parchment paper gave Vesrim the final touch. The combination of precious woods, florals and earthy aspects make this fragrance quite unisex.

    Fragrance Notes: Vetiver, White Grapefruit Peel, Coffee, Burnt Parchment Tincture, Oud, Saffron, Musk, Damascus Rose, Mahogany, Cade, Frankincense, Cedar, Sandalwood. *Oils diluted in alcohol.

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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    looking forward to it, thank you rynegne!

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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    Cool! Sounds good, too - a bit like a Middle-Eastern take on Dior Vetiver!
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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    That's a really good way of describing Vesrim. I used Dior Vetiver as an inspiration initially, then found it was a little boring and the grapefruit peel was way too forward as I wanted to highlight the vetiver and floral qualities of the Haitian Vetiver I used in this one.

    Amber Tar on the other hand, my other fragrance is a bit darker...smoke and incense. Loads of labdanum. One basenoter has seen similarities to NK Incense, but a bit more wearable. Which...makes sense as I drew my inspiration for several incense fragrances...and I LOVE labdanum which is a key player in NK Incense.

    Amber Tar Description:
    - The backbone of Amber Tar is a costly but splendid fossilized amber which is produced from fossilized tree resin. By itself the raw material is smoky, resinous and dry/woody with petroleum-like undertones.

    Not the typical amber you're picturing so far huh?

    Well, we've still included some of the fictitious facets of parfumeurs amber. The fossilized amber is joined by vanilla and coco absolute, these DO NOT give the fragrance a sweet gourmand vibe. The typically gourmand notes are actual quite earthly making Amber Tar bitter sweet.

    Labdanum, Cade and Birch Tar all lend themselves well to the thick, almost pitch black fragrance. Sandalwood Absolute, Atlas Cedar and Black Pepper round the fragrance out and keep Amber Tar from becoming simply, Tar. Amber Tar is made with 100% natural essential oils and absolutes.

    Amber Tar Notes: Fossilized Amber, Frankincense Oman, Frankincense Heart, Vanilla Absolute, Cocoa Absolute, Labdanum, Sandalwood Absolute, Atlas Cedar, Birch Tar, Cade, Cardamom, Black Pepper *100% Natural Oils used in this composition, diluted in alcohol.

    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck Perfumisto View Post
    Cool! Sounds good, too - a bit like a Middle-Eastern take on Dior Vetiver!

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    Thumbs up Madhat Scents: Amber tar

    Sprayed this on an hour ago. At first wiff, I was strongly reminded of slumberhousr jeke, most likely due to the smokey cade and presence of labdanum in each fragrance. As this fragrance unfolded, it retained much of its smokey character, though with less sheer intensity than the aforementioned slumberhouse creation. As more time passed the scent settled down to a very beautiful churchy vibe as the cade labdanum worked with the ever unfolding frankincense together to provide an exquisite smell. More testing is needed, but so far I find this to be quite a well constructed fragrance, different enough from others in the incense genre to leave me very happy with my purchase.

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    Default Re: Madhat Scents: Amber tar

    Thx for those thoughts. On my short list of scents to pick up in the near term.

    Have you also, by chance, tried Vesrim?

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    Sounds nice. Similar to Avignon, Zagorsk?

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    I have a small sample of versim and sniffed from the vial, but have not had a chance to properly test it at all... seemed to have promise from my preliminary sniff though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaern View Post
    Sounds nice. Similar to Avignon, Zagorsk?
    Same genre as those two CdG, similar vibe but really quite a different scent, I believe it is the cade oil... possibly birch tar that gives it a more realistic smokey vibe

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    Default Re: Madhat Scents: Amber tar

    Wow. I woke up to this in the a.m...after having a bad day yesterday and this cheered me up today. Thank you Dan, I'm glad you've enjoyed Amber Tar thus far. Very humbling words. Thanks all, basenotes and the sense of community can really lift you up when you're down.

    One thing I will say about both fragrances is that they are of very high concentration and use naturals instead of synthetics. I felt for these two, they both needed naturals to veer a little off course from the typical vetiver/floral/woody fragrance and the typical smokey/amber/incense.

    Both Vesrim and Amber Tar lie closer to the skin due to their natural composition and higher concentration. Both fragrances will last days on clothing and several hours on skin. If you're looking for a Bond-like fragrance with huge projection, these two won't cut it for you. They start strong and they move much closer to the wearer, wafting throughout the day...especially if your body heat rises.

    Kaern, I've had feedback from a few people so far and Amber Tar has drawn references to two fragrances: Norma Kamali Incense and Kolnisch Juchten. I haven't tried KJ yet, but the Norma Kamali reference is definitely due to the high dose of labdanum. However, I believe Amber Tar is much lighter of a scent and has more smoke due the the presence of cade and birch tar.

    JourneymanDave - Vesrim is a bright yet earthy fragrance. Haitian Vetiver is the backbone, along with florals/warm woods from the attars. The burnt parchment helps lift the vetiver forward in the dry down while the floral and warm woods move to the back. Vesrim is definitely a unisex fragrance with a very strong opening and mellow vetiver/wood dry down.

    Here's a picture I took today which really lets you see the difference in color of all three fragrances. (Don't worry the Amber Tar on the right is my personal atomizer. I had a super glue accident :-/) Pictured from Left to Right, Vesrim, Atlas and Amber Tar.


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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    I am wearing it now

    The top notes I don't like at all. I'm not even sure what I'm smelling - these images flashed through my head: leather, something synthetic and sort of plastic like, rusted metal.

    It was only after the challenging top notes, when it started to warm on skin, that the fragrance settled down and became something a bit more solid and grounded.

    The wood notes are fantastic - I smell like I'm wearing a luxurious attar from the Middle East or something like that, with a prominent 'brown' note weaving in and out that I cannot describe yet. Give me some more time & I'll post more impressions.
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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    I am eagerly awaiting my sample! today it will probably arrive. Will wash up after work and wear it for the evening....
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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    no delivery from my mail carrier today -- perhaps tomorrow. Really intrigued by Vesrim!
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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    Interesting observations Mike, thanks for sharing! The top is definitely out there, no doubt about it. I think the oud really comes out strong on top with the white grapefruit, creating a really strange scent...like a metallic fruity wood. I'm pretty sure the brown note your smelling is either oud or...if it's slightly smokey then it's the burnt parchment paper.

    I thought I'd share a picture I took today which really lets you see the difference in color of all three fragrances. (Don't worry the Amber Tar on the right is my personal atomizer. I had a super glue accident :-/) Pictured from Left to Right, Vesrim, Atlas and Amber Tar.



    Quote Originally Posted by mikeperez23 View Post
    I am wearing it now

    The top notes I don't like at all. I'm not even sure what I'm smelling - these images flashed through my head: leather, something synthetic and sort of plastic like, rusted metal.

    It was only after the challenging top notes, when it started to warm on skin, that the fragrance settled down and became something a bit more solid and grounded.

    The wood notes are fantastic - I smell like I'm wearing a luxurious attar from the Middle East or something like that, with a prominent 'brown' note weaving in and out that I cannot describe yet. Give me some more time & I'll post more impressions.

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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    Don't worry, I'm sure it'll be there tomorrow. Just in time for the weekend!

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    no delivery from my mail carrier today -- perhaps tomorrow. Really intrigued by Vesrim!

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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    I have faith in USPS. Did not wear any fragrance today, so I can give Vesrim a clean test. And see how my assistant reacts....then wear it tonight for the Friday night funtime

    Quote Originally Posted by rynegne View Post
    Don't worry, I'm sure it'll be there tomorrow. Just in time for the weekend!
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    Well, I'd let to add a note. I've worn Vesrim several times now and I really enjoy it. Its a close to the skin scent. However, if you heat up it explodes and has a fairly large projection. Also, it does have monster staying power. It lasts up to 12 hrs. on me.

    The fragrance is quite complex and begins with a combination of notes that I mistakenly took as a type of lavender. It was a combination of the vetiver, grapefruit peel and a touch of rose. These top notes do last for quite a long time. They do fade into a spicy mid. I believe this is where the coffee and parchment take over. The drydown is filled with smoke and wood. Im not the best at "note picking" but this fragrance is very well done.

    BTW, as was noted Amber Tar is somewhat akin to a "lite" version of Norma Kamali "Incense". It is a lot easier to wear. Its not for the office of course. I won't be purchasing a full bottle because I do have NK Incense. Nice job though.

    Im looking forward to seeing whats coming in the future.


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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    Ah so that parchment paper note is what I was smelling...makes sense.

    It was jarring. I personally smelled no coffee note in this one, but then again sometimes I'm anosmic to coffee in scents.

    I had lunch with a friend yesterday & when we hugged goodbye she complimented me on my scent. I told her about Vesrim and Madhat scents and when I got back to the office she sent me an email asking for how to buy it, so I sent her the link. Which surprised me since I could not really smell this one on me, by lunch time, but clearly she could.

    I love the drydown. It was the top / middle notes that I struggled with.

    I also didn't think of Vesrim as a 'vetiver scent'. All of the notes combine in this way & make it much more of a modern, Middle-eastern- leaning woody scent.
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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    Thanks for sharing Mike and Trex!

    Interesting that your coworker complimented the scent later in the day. I've found this one does indeed work with body heat quite well as Trex stated. During testing of the scent I thought it was nearly gone after the 3-4 hour mark and at hour 5 or 6 it would come roaring back as my pulse points randomly heat up throughout the day...Vesrim seems to be a shape-shifter of sorts.

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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    Picked up my Vesrim package at the post office today, and hadn't made it out of the parking lot before I got a spray on my arm to sniff. Very interesting.

    Had a quick wear of this before heading to the gym, sweating like mad, showering and now sitting down to spill out these initial thoughts. Hardly a fair wear senario for review, so I'll hold off on anything too specific until I've given it a few fair wearings.

    Quote Originally Posted by rynegne View Post
    ...
    - This fragrance first started out with Haitian Vetiver, Haitian Coffee and White Grapefruit Peel oils that were allowed to mellow over a 6 month period.

    After the mixture was allowed to mellow several months different oud and sandalwood-based attars were added to give the fragrance more depth.

    Something was missing still, a tincture of scorched parchment paper gave Vesrim the final touch. The combination of precious woods, florals and earthy aspects make this fragrance quite unisex.

    Fragrance Notes: Vetiver, White Grapefruit Peel, Coffee, Burnt Parchment Tincture, Oud, Saffron, Musk, Damascus Rose, Mahogany, Cade, Frankincense, Cedar, Sandalwood. *Oils diluted in alcohol.
    I get the Vetiver, Sandalwood and Scorched Parchment most prominently. Little to no Coffee or Grapefruit Peel. The overwhelming similarities I get are to: Lush's Breath of God and Le Labo's Patchouli 24.

    Both of those are quite challenging, especially on the open, but for those that love those kinds of challenging scents - count me as one - this is a Good Thing. I especially get the "Band-Aid" smell from Breath of God on the open, which is what I think Mike may have been referring to. I happen to like that, but I can absolutely see how it could be off-putting.

    Quote Originally Posted by rynegne View Post
    That's a really good way of describing Vesrim. I used Dior Vetiver as an inspiration initially, then found it was a little boring and the grapefruit peel was way too forward as I wanted to highlight the vetiver and floral qualities of the Haitian Vetiver I used in this one.
    Curiously, after getting sweaty and showering, Vesrim is still fairly prominent on the arm where I sprayed it. I'm definitely getting a nice floral-leaning accord, which may be an aspect of the Vetiver. Pretty nice for a change-up.

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeperez23 View Post
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    The top notes I don't like at all. I'm not even sure what I'm smelling - these images flashed through my head: leather, something synthetic and sort of plastic like, rusted metal.
    ...

    The wood notes are fantastic - I smell like I'm wearing a luxurious attar from the Middle East or something like that...
    Yeah, those top notes are challenging. I think of Breath of God and Patchouli 24 immediately. A smoky, plasticky, tactile accord. Could be a hit-or-miss for folks. Having originally been put off by the same kind of notes in Breath of God, I eventually came to appreciate it after a number of wearings of that one, and so I take to this in Vesrim with no problem. But still... yeah, not everyone will love this part of it.

    Also agree with Mike that toward the mids, I get a really good attar-type feel. Like this a LOT. This is what I'm mostly getting post-shower, I guess I sweated or washed away most of the top and am left with this part at the moment. I could totally see wearing this with a smart casual or dress outfit at an upscale occasion.

    Quote Originally Posted by trex57 View Post
    Well, I'd let to add a note. I've worn Vesrim several times now and I really enjoy it. Its a close to the skin scent. However, if you heat up it explodes and has a fairly large projection. Also, it does have monster staying power. It lasts up to 12 hrs. on me.
    It was close initially for me too, with 1 spary on my arm. I didn't notice it blooming as I was at the gym, but I was pretty sweaty too, so that may have damped it down. However, post-gym, post-shower, it's still hanging in there on my arm. I don't know what that translates to in normal wear, but it surprised me somewhat, as I expected it to be totally gone.

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeperez23 View Post
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    I also didn't think of Vesrim as a 'vetiver scent'. All of the notes combine in this way & make it much more of a modern, Middle-eastern- leaning woody scent.
    Yeah Mike, not really perceiving this one as a "vetiver scent" either. It's clearly in there, but there's a whole menagerie of notes in there. I appreciate the complexity though.

    Quote Originally Posted by rynegne View Post
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    Vesrim seems to be a shape-shifter of sorts.
    Agree with this, starts with some controversial top notes, then goes more middle-Eastern. I haven't enjoyed the full drydown yet, but I anticipate wearing this some more over the next week.

    Rynegne, I'd say this is a job well-done, with final commentary reserved until after I've given Vesrim some fair wearings. I can tell this one was composed by someone who is a real fan of fragrance, and not just a typical consumer. I'm sure I'm going to want to check out your other scents soon as well.

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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    I got mine today, and I am really digging the first hour. For me, this scent transports me to an incense laden head shop I used to go to in 1979, buying strawberry flavored rolling papers. I can smell the sandalwood and it almost reminds me of Gonesh #6 incense, love it! more as it develops....
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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    couple more hours into it - the opening calms down quite a bit and has a beautiful middle section that is very "middle east attar" - and i love it!
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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    Does this have sandalwood in it? If so, what kind?
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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    Sandalwood Absolute (New Caledonia), also there is some one of the more expensive attars I used which has a VERY SMALL AMOUNT of Mysore which is a little creamier than the New Caledonia but was over powered mostly by the florals in the attar...In it's raw form the New Caledonia absolute smells a little like Tam Dao EDT for reference.

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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    I am still enjoying this near the end of the work day. I really want to give this a try on a nice hot day and see how it develops. It does indeed go through three sections to my nose. Personally I really like the opening, it's a bit brash perhaps - but interesting and no offensive in any way. The middle section gets nice and "attar-like". And the final movement is a sweet yet woody scent that hangs close to the skin and I am currently enjoying!

    For me, this is a no brainer for the price. It only takes a few drops, and 10ml will probably last me a long while. When would I wear this? Office, home, anywhere except the yoga studio (i keep it REALLY basic when going to yoga). I'm going to get one of the 10ml bottles, as I am pretty sure the ingredients cost more to make this than Ryan is charging. To my nose, it's quality fragrance.....
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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    Thanks, I thought so.
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    Default Re: First Willing to Review - MadHat Scents: Vesrim US ONLY

    LOL -- I just spruced myself up with some more Vesrim just to smell the opening hour again before leaving work
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