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    Default NEW: Lalique L'Insoumis

    http://www.parfumo.net/Perfumes/Lalique/L_Insoumis

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    Fabrice Pellegrin

    Fragrance Notes
    Top Notes Basil, Bergamot, Rum
    Heart Notes Clary sage, Lavender, Black pepper
    Base Notes Patchouli, Haitian vetiver, Moss, Clearwood™

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    Default Re: NEW: Lalique L'Insoumis

    Quote Originally Posted by shivsri View Post
    http://www.parfumo.net/Perfumes/Lalique/L_Insoumis

    Perfumer
    Fabrice Pellegrin

    Fragrance Notes
    Top Notes Basil, Bergamot, Rum
    Heart Notes Clary sage, Lavender, Black pepper
    Base Notes Patchouli, Haitian vetiver, Moss, Clearwood™
    As a Lalique fan, I'm excited especially for the rum, pepper and the base notes, sounds like my cuppa. What's Clearwood?

    Bottle looks good too, as expected from Lalique:


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    The same time two comanies (Lalique and Ferragamo) release bottles with almost identical designes... What's going on in this world?

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    Looks and sounds good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chopwet View Post
    . What's Clearwood?
    This was the best I could find

    ClearwoodTM is a new sustainable perfumery ingredient, rich in patchoulol, obtained by fermentation of sustainable sugars, and therefore its perfuming properties and odor notes place it clearly in the patchouli, woody family.

    The extraction process of natural patchouli oil and that for ClearwoodTM are different. ClearwoodTM possesses all the noble notes of fresh patchouli (essentially the terpenic fraction of patchouli oil) and can be distinguished from the natural oil in particular by its less pronounced color, and by having a less pronounced earthy, camphoraceous, spicy and leather character. Such characteristics make ClearwoodTM a very versatile ingredient which can be used as the natural oil, but also as a woody building block.

    ClearwoodTM is so versatile that it can be used as a partial or total replacer of natural patchouli oil, either alone as such, or as part of a perfuming composition designed to boost, modify or complement its particular odor charecteristcs. In the latter case, the beauty of the new material being also that its formulation and blend with the known perfumery ingredients is very easy and simple. By applying the standard rules of perfume creation, a perfumer can easily reach the desired olfactive effect by taking into consideration the particularity of the final consumer product and the desired overall olfactive effect.

    ClearwoodTM has been successfully used; as such, as part of a perfuming composition, as a new ingredient or as a total/partial replacer of patchouli oil. All of these may be used in any application or consumer product, in particular in those where patchouli notes are known to be useful. Non-limiting examples of suitable consumer product can be a fine perfume (e.g. a perfume, cologne or after-shave lotion), a fabric care product (e.g. a liquid or solid detergent, fabric softener, fabric refresher, ironing water, paper, or bleach), a body-care product (e.g. a hair care product (e.g. a shampoo, coloring preparation or hair spray), a cosmetic preparation (e.g. a vanishing cream or deodorant or antiperspirant), or a skin-care product (e.g. a perfumed soap, shower or bath mousse, oil or gel, or hygiene product)), an air care product (e.g. an air freshener or “ready to use” powdered air freshener), or a home care product (e.g. a wipe, dish detergent or hard-surface detergent).

    ClearwoodTM has also been used successfully in combination with releasing technologies typically used in the perfumery industry for oils. In particular, encapsulation systems such as aminoplast microcapsules formed of melamine-based resin, polyurea and/or polyurethane microcapsules prepared by interfacial polymerization between chemical groups such as poly(amines) or polyols and poly(isocyanates), have all been used to microencapsulate ClearwoodTM. Coacervation (simple or complex) or spray-drying have also been shown to be suitable as alternative encapsulation systems for ClearwoodTM.

    ClearwoodTM can be used in any range of concentrations from trace amount to pure material. However, typically it is used between about 0.001% and about 50% w/w relative to the consumer product or the perfuming composition where it is added.
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    Thanks, Darjeeling, for the Clearwood explanation.

    "....and can be distinguished from the natural oil in particular by its less pronounced color, and by having a less pronounced earthy, camphoraceous, spicy and leather character."

    That sounds like the kind of patchouli I can get along with.
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    Default Re: NEW: Lalique L'Insoumis

    This sounds great and another sure buy down the pipeline. Love the bottle also. Release date?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AntonPan View Post
    The same time two comanies (Lalique and Ferragamo) release bottles with almost identical designes... What's going on in this world?

    76279_yft7nm_l_insoumis_720.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Maillard View Post
    Lol!
    Make all fragrance bottles the same !!!

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    Default Re: NEW: Lalique L'Insoumis

    Sounds pretty good. Nice presentation also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    Release date?
    I read somewhere it will be released in September.
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    Default Re: NEW: Lalique L'Insoumis

    Clearwood was used in Patchouli Absolu by Tom Ford.
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    Default Re: NEW: Lalique L'Insoumis

    Fake patchouli, huh? But I do like Lalique fragrances in general.

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    Default Re: NEW: Lalique L'Insoumis

    Quote Originally Posted by The Bark View Post
    I read somewhere it will be released in September.
    Thanks .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondflame View Post
    Fake patchouli, huh?

    Isn't it all?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buysblind View Post
    Isn't it all?
    No.

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    Default Re: NEW: Lalique L'Insoumis

    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondflame View Post
    Fake patchouli, huh? But I do like Lalique fragrances in general.
    There is real Patchouli in it as well, either oil or absolute extract, or both. The use of Clearwood, as described by Firmenich is to do this:

    Soft, clean version of Patchouli without the earthy, leathery and rubbery notes found in the natural oil. CLEARWOOD™ can be used like patchouli or as a new woody building block at higher dosages.

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    Looks intriguing. I have a feeling this one will be on my shelf some day.

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    Default Re: NEW: Lalique L'Insoumis

    Hope the performance is good; somehow it doesnt seem like it will be
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    If this falls into the average lalique pricing it's a definite buy for me.
    Quote Originally Posted by DerangedGoose View Post
    Hope the performance is good; somehow it doesnt seem like it will be
    Why's that? It reads like a laundry list of some of the longest lasting notes(on my skin). Rum, basil, vetiver, black pepper, lavender are all massive longevity monsters on me.

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    Default Re: NEW: Lalique L'Insoumis

    The average pricing of the male Lalique releases is about 80€, don't confuse grey-market prices with regular retail prices...

    And damnit, no shop in town is left that carries Lalique, so won't be able to sniff it locally
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    Default Re: NEW: Lalique L'Insoumis

    Quote Originally Posted by NebelGeîst View Post
    The average pricing of the male Lalique releases is about 80€, don't confuse grey-market prices with regular retail prices...

    And damnit, no shop in town is left that carries Lalique, so won't be able to sniff it locally
    Yea that's what I mean, grey market. I don't think I've ever bought full retail except for Lush. But that is the "regular price." Encre Noire is in every cheapie reccomended thread for a reason, it's a cheapie, just like I'm hoping this will be.

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    Good house, Lalique.

    Interested to hear what people think when they get it.

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    Default Re: NEW: Lalique L'Insoumis

    It's about time a completely new one entered their regular line as opposed to their exclusive line.
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    Default Re: NEW: Lalique L'Insoumis

    So is this a new release that is separate from their high end niche line ? If so, then count me as excited ! Underrated perfume house.
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    Default Re: NEW: Lalique L'Insoumis

    Sounds great! I am gonna try it for sure. Can't wait.

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    Default Re: NEW: Lalique L'Insoumis

    Looking forward to trying this, I wonder what the price will be, along the ones with other fragrances from the house. Interested in the clearwood.
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    Any news on this? Really excited about this one.

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    Default Re: NEW: Lalique L'Insoumis

    Quote Originally Posted by Darjeeling View Post
    Thanks for that very thorough explanation

    Anyone try this one yet?

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