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    Looking for some high quality stuff, I have bogue's o/e and areej le dore Baikal gris , do you guys have some good suggestions?
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    I believe these are EDPs but they all perform as Extraits and they are all of superb quality:

    Burvuvu January Scent Project
    Mousse Illuminee Rogue
    Chypre Mousse Oriza L. Legrand

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    Sensual & Decadent by LM Parfums
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubUmbra View Post
    I believe these are EDPs but they all perform as Extraits and they are all of superb quality:

    Burvuvu January Scent Project
    Mousse Illuminee Rogue
    Chypre Mousse Oriza L. Legrand
    I have the first and the second, great choices indeed
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    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    Sensual & Decadent by LM Parfums
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    I'll look into those
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin oud View Post
    I have the first and the second, great choices indeed
    Oh wow, if you love the second, you’ve gotta try Chypre Mousse - it’s fresher and more akin to a walk in spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SubUmbra View Post
    Oh wow, if you love the second, you’ve gotta try Chypre Mousse - it’s fresher and more akin to a walk in spring.
    I'll add a sample of it to my next luckyscent sample order, tnx
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    Default Re: Extraits for spring

    Ormonde Jayne Tiare, citrus-some flowers, recalls the citrus chypres of the past.

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    Ormonde Jayne Taif Elixir is jammy rose and oud. Definitely on the sparkling-parfumy side of things...I still enjoy it. Isfarkand is good too. These are both expensive...but that's the Extrait game. I feel like Bortnikoff Triad is a good spring fragrance, again, must be a rose lover.
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    Oud Gulab - Ruh Gulab, Taif Rose, Ambergris, Tobacco and Thai Oud

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    Quote Originally Posted by cacio View Post
    Ormonde Jayne Tiare, citrus-some flowers, recalls the citrus chypres of the past.
    I'll look into it
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    Quote Originally Posted by rynegne View Post
    Ormonde Jayne Taif Elixir is jammy rose and oud. Definitely on the sparkling-parfumy side of things...I still enjoy it. Isfarkand is good too. These are both expensive...but that's the Extrait game. I feel like Bortnikoff Triad is a good spring fragrance, again, must be a rose lover.
    I own a decant of triad, a good one but definitely not spring appropriate for me, looking for something fresher,( and less expensive than triad)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubUmbra View Post
    I believe these are EDPs but they all perform as Extraits and they are all of superb quality:

    Burvuvu January Scent Project
    Mousse Illuminee Rogue
    Chypre Mousse Oriza L. Legrand
    I would add Chypre-Siam as this and Mousse Illuminee go hand in hand.
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    I always bring this one out for Spring.puredistance-antonia-products-ho2.jpg

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    So far, have had good experiences, more than enough performance and still not overpowering results from LM Black Oud in extrait. Just with the right presence, craftiness and uniqueness to stand out during and be appropriate in spring, even in summer.

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    A bunch of Ormonde Jaynes, not necessary to go after elixirs, even EdPs perfom great.
    I can also add Tiziana Terenzi Foconero

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    Check out Bortnikoff. For spring i would check out Vatinee and Symphonie de Neroli
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    Blind bought chypre Siam and didn't really like it, bortnikoff is too expensive if we are talking about the 350$ ones( l like amber cologne but not full bottle worthy for me)
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    I'm wearing Ormonde Elixir today and it's perfect for spring IMO...it's $280/50ml...I'm not sure if you'll find many extraits priced lower. It's got oud, green hemlock, dark nutty-grassy notes and a sort of airy leathery-oud-floral undertone. It's fantastic and way underrated.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zizzy View Post
    A bunch of Ormonde Jaynes, not necessary to go after elixirs, even EdPs perfom great.
    I can also add Tiziana Terenzi Foconero
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    Oud Gulab - Ruh Gulab, Taif Rose, Ambergris, Tobacco and Thai Oud

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    Quote Originally Posted by rynegne View Post
    I'm wearing Ormonde Elixir today and it's perfect for spring IMO...it's $280/50ml...I'm not sure if you'll find many extraits priced lower. It's got oud, green hemlock, dark nutty-grassy notes and a sort of airy leathery-oud-floral undertone. It's fantastic and way underrated.
    I might get a decant from strifrknot
    Currently wearing: O/E by Bogue Profumo

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    co-sign Tiziana Terenzi. I don't know about their Spring fragrances, but they are all extraits and seem to be great quality, so I'm sure they have a warmer weather option that's worth it too

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    It is an interesting deep green fragrance with oud. Really pleasant. Makes me think of spring.

    Quote Originally Posted by Robin oud View Post
    I might get a decant from strifrknot
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    Oud Gulab - Ruh Gulab, Taif Rose, Ambergris, Tobacco and Thai Oud

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    Kazehikaru by Di Ser. (Named after the "warm / glowing winds" in Haikaido, Japan). Absolutely phenomenal fragrance during Spring-time, and at the less expensive-end of the Di Ser range. The Yuzu, Neroli and lavender combination, followed by the Japanese rose, shiso and vetiver, are a perfect mix. I dont know how they do it, but this airy fragrance really feels like the scents are being gently blown into your face by a warm spring time breeze.

    One of my all time favourites.
    Currently wearing: Kyara by Di Ser

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    Quote Originally Posted by rynegne View Post
    Ormonde Jayne Taif Elixir is jammy rose and oud. Definitely on the sparkling-parfumy side of things...I still enjoy it. Isfarkand is good too. These are both expensive...but that's the Extrait game. I feel like Bortnikoff Triad is a good spring fragrance, again, must be a rose lover.
    The original Ta'if is poured at 32% so it's got the same feel as an extrait, but wihtout the Oudh. Actually I prefer it, although I only had a 2mls sample of the Ta'if Elixir and it takes a lot of getting used to.

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    I see you already metion Baikal Gris which I think is a fantastic spring scent. Very unique. Another I enjoy in spring and fall is Slowdive. To me it has a hay/honey type vibe. Light enough for spring time and long lasting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ShallowPal View Post
    I see you already metion Baikal Gris which I think is a fantastic spring scent. Very unique. Another I enjoy in spring and fall is Slowdive. To me it has a hay/honey type vibe. Light enough for spring time and long lasting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin oud View Post
    slowdive is in my to sample list
    Awesome! I think youll enjoy it. It took me a couple wears to really warm up to it but after a few wearings it won me over. Funny how the ones that don’t immediately grab you turn out to be favorites given time.


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    Vintage Diorissimo, pure spring.
    Look at this tangle of thorns

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleuth View Post
    Vintage Diorissimo, pure spring.
    Is it fresh? I know nothing about women's perfume,. Most women I come across, use heavy fragrances even in summer which can be too much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SOB111 View Post
    Kazehikaru by Di Ser. (Named after the "warm / glowing winds" in Haikaido, Japan). Absolutely phenomenal fragrance during Spring-time, and at the less expensive-end of the Di Ser range. The Yuzu, Neroli and lavender combination, followed by the Japanese rose, shiso and vetiver, are a perfect mix. I dont know how they do it, but this airy fragrance really feels like the scents are being gently blown into your face by a warm spring time breeze.

    One of my all time favourites.
    The price is right, not sure about the performance
    Currently wearing: O/E by Bogue Profumo

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    Quote Originally Posted by gewoonBB View Post
    co-sign Tiziana Terenzi. I don't know about their Spring fragrances, but they are all extraits and seem to be great quality, so I'm sure they have a warmer weather option that's worth it too
    I believe they have a pineapple fragrance,. Nishane hacivat is pretty good too but a bit synthetic to my nose
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