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    Hi Carla,

    A group of us have gotten together to do a sample pass of this kit. It's a fun experiment. I just received it Monday and have already started offering my impressions. There will be 11 of us taking turns trying them out: Here: http://www.basenotes.net/threads/452...ern-Collection
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    Looking forward to hearing the results that members find with this.
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    Default Re: IFF Launches Post-Modern Fine Fragrance Collection

    Thanks, Carla! Very glad to see these innovative fragrances getting the attention they deserve. I've only sniffed one so far (Cologne 0% Citrus), and am very impressed.
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    Great article! The presentation and description cards in this set are a lot of fun, I'm really enjoying it. And I'm really enjoying several of the perfumes, particularly Dominique Ropion's Kyphi, what did you think of that one?
    Currently wearing: Touaregh by Il Profumo

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    These sound exciting. Reading this piece made me want to try them all. I look forward to reading the sample pass. Great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juxtapozbliss View Post
    Hi Carla,

    A group of us have gotten together to do a sample pass of this kit. It's a fun experiment. I just received it Monday and have already started offering my impressions. There will be 11 of us taking turns trying them out: Here: http://www.basenotes.net/threads/452...ern-Collection

    Hi Juxtapozbliss,
    What a wonderful experiment, looking forward to reading all of your thoughts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck Perfumisto View Post
    Thanks, Carla! Very glad to see these innovative fragrances getting the attention they deserve. I've only sniffed one so far (Cologne 0% Citrus), and am very impressed.
    Thanks Redneck Perfumisto, glad you like them as well!

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    Hi Elf, thanks so much. I am a huge fan of Dominique Ropion's work, he can do no wrong in my book.

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    Thank you everyone for your kind feedback and interest!

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    Received this as gift, have had such an adventure sniffing sampling judging and then starting over and getting different impressions each time. I will miss some when finished, and found none of them boring. Luc Dong’s tribute to Seven Sins is nearly an outrag which I love. Caroline Dumur’s carnation could be an easy commercial success. Anne Flipo’s I could make a daily scent. Jean Christophe Herault’s Grand Marnier & whiskey is a feast. Ropion’s cosmofruit & saffron is truly original. Could keep going, they’re a box of buddies I can’t wait to visit with daily and nightly.

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