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    Re: Hat and Epap Incense Pass - Number 1

    My delightful tube of incense samples arrived today!!!

    No more Sad Cat meme.

    Unfortunately, I will be away for a few days and so I will have to start my testing when I return. I’m going to try...
  2. Re: Sampling/Buying Suggestions for a BIG Project

    I would want to know more about this lady’s taste and preferences in perfume before guessing what she might enjoy. Does she really like the smell of Coco Mademoiselle or is she just wearing it...
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    Re: Hat and Epap Incense Pass - Number 1

    We’ll just have to wait patiently (and keep checking the mailbox every hour)...
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    Re: Hat and Epap Incense Pass - Number 1

    July 13, 2021
    In Transit, Arriving Late
    Your package will arrive later than expected, but is still on its way. It is currently in transit to the next facility.

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  5. Re: Balenciaga/Ted Lapidus and Claude Montana Questions

    Today, the names of great designers are bought and sold and traded like baseball cards.

    Cristóbal Balenciaga closed his house in 1968 and died in 1972. The Jacques Bogart company acquired the...
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    Re: Hat and Epap Incense Pass - Number 1

    Thanks for all of the wonderful information and photos. Looking forward to learning more about incense as I explore the samples in the pass.

    I have never entertained thoughts of making perfume...
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    Re: Rose Chypres—History Lesson, please!

    Not familiar with this 1990 scent this but it seems to fit the brief. I have to share a priceless line from a positive review of this, by “glitterlust” on The Other Forum, who compares it to the 1987...
  8. Re: Coty's A Suma compared to Guerlain's Shalimar

    I’ve never tried A’Suma (perhaps some day!) but the comparison does not seem far fetched to me at all.

    However, I don’t think Francois Coty and Vincent Roubert had any need to copy Shalimar in...
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    Re: Your Vintage Scent of the Day (SOTD)

    Thanks! I did a little more research and it seems that Nahema extrait was discontinued around 2015. Those micro minis with the dark blue tops are older, I believe. I should give one of them a try. I...
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    Re: Your Vintage Scent of the Day (SOTD)

    Is this the current extrait, Live Jazz? Sounds very enjoyable.
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    Re: Vintage fragrance I bought today

    Okay, I’ll take a guess: Le Sixe Schiaparelli - that’s the one I would want to try and it is not easily found.
  12. Re: List of eBay Sellers that Are Authentic and Fake

    Wingie, you may be thinking of toolhaus.org but that site is now defunct, as explained here.

    https://toolhaus.org/
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    Re: Hat and Epap Incense Pass - Number 1

    I have always enjoyed incense. In my decadent youth, I burned different resins on charcoal tablets in a burner, but my DH prefers that our house remain an incense-free zone, Needless to say, I’m...
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    Re: Rose Chypres—History Lesson, please!

    I’ve never tried Zen but I do agree about original Fendi being a 80’s rose chypre. To my nose, the rose note is not as prominent in Fendi as it is in some others we’ve been discussing, with...
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    Re: Krizia vintage thread

    Of course it is! Thanks for catching my error.
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    Re: Krizia vintage thread

    I’m a big fan of 1980’s Italian perfumes, including the Krizia scents. Perfumes from that era seem exceptionally well made, and I enjoy their complexity.

    I have three vintage Krizia perfumes, in...
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    I own senior Polge scents only, which include two of my favorite vintages, Coco EDP and Diva. I think both are too ornate for a summer’s day, so I am going to wear L’Exclusifs Sycomore EDT, from a...
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    Re: Vintage fragrance I bought today

    Interesting discussion of propellant atomizers vs. natural sprays. I really have no insights into the chemistry or engineering of these bottles to share, but I would venture to say that there are...
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    Re: Scents using natural cedar?

    Interesting perfume house - I will be checking them out. This perfume does seem to rely on cedar essential oils.

    I think it is important to observe that many “all natural” perfumers use isolates...
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    Re: Scents using natural cedar?

    What a nice idea for a gift. There are many perfumes with good and natural smelling cedar and wood notes but it will be difficult to know if the perfume contains all “natural” cedar short of...
  21. Re: Diorissimo - Parfum, Extrait de Parfum, Espirit?

    That does look the same bottle. Unfortunately, I do not know when Les Creations Diorissimo parfum was discontinued. I would say that the perfume I have wears like a parfum concentration of...
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    Re: Rose Chypres—History Lesson, please!

    Aromatics Elixir definitely. I don’t think I have ever tried it from a good 70’s - 80’s bottle. The recent versions don’t work for me.

    And Genny should also be explored. I’ve never tried it, but...
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    Re: Rose Chypres—History Lesson, please!

    Hi there theladymay, so glad you joined us!



    I think your grandson has excellent taste in perfume! What does he make of the cotton candy/caramel/nutella genre of current feminine perfumery?

    ...
  24. Re: Diorissimo - Parfum, Extrait de Parfum, Espirit?

    I purchased a demonstration spray of Diorissimo Extrait de Parfum a few years ago, and I really enjoy it. In fact, it is the only recent version of a classic Dior fragrance that I own and enjoy. This...
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    Wearing green in honor of Cook.bot, a fellow lover of bitter greens.

    Going to wear one of my favorites, the original Vent Vert (1947) EDT. The hint of gardenia buried within the greenery is such a...
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    Re: Coty L'Aimant "Frosted Velvet"?

    It's a different format. It 's a perfumed body oil that was first released in the 1960's.

    Although some vintage bath oils can be worthwhile, notably vintage Youth Dew bath perfume, others are...
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    Re: Help in avoiding the "vomit" note

    I’d be happy to participate. I’ve acquired a few large samples of these materials over the years as I tried to figure out why so many modern perfumes smell so similar to me. Once I’ve smelled ‘em,...
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    Re: Help in avoiding the "vomit" note

    In case it was missed, the DIY gang is having an interesting discussion of “ammonia” smell in reference to the usual suspects of woody aromachemicals here:
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    Re: Help in avoiding the "vomit" note

    Glasilyn-

    Good luck trying to get to the bottom of this, For myself, I do not perceive any connections between norlimbanol and the smell of vomit (thankfully ). Norlimbanol is a very persistent...
  30. Re: Your advice about Cravache (Robert Piguet), please

    Hello again-

    The bottle looks good. My only qualm is that 52 euros seems a little high for 1 oz. (Now, me, I blind bought an 8 oz bottle for much more, but if you work out the price per ounce, it...
  31. Re: Your advice about Cravache (Robert Piguet), please

    Hello Jean-Sté—

    In my opinion, Cravache is a dry, aldehydic leather scent, built on the isobutyl quinoline version of leather. I see that you have Aramis—Cravache is similar, but less animalic and...
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    Re: in praise of Dune by Dior

    I certainly will. I threw in some Cashmeran and Polysantol, just for the hell of it. I am acquiring quite a collection of aromachemical samples.



    No monopolizing here that I can see, except...
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    Re: in praise of Dune by Dior

    @Cook.bot—my sample is labeled 90’s Dune, source unidentified.

    I searched my notes and discovered that I actually began to explore Dune a year ago, with the same sample. Puzzled by it then, still...
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    Weather here is surprisingly cool so I was thinking I could pull off vintage Diorella parfum, which meets Earlyn’s requirements. Wish I could hand you some, Cook,bot.

    Diorella is what I reach for...
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    Re: A Citrus Exploration

    Y’all have me thinking about this rubberiness in Eau de Rochas. I also can’t bear rubber/latex/doll head notes, expected or not. I don’t get rubber in my Eau de Roche either but I am wondering,...
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    Re: in praise of Dune by Dior

    Hi Cacio, I really wanted to see if I could perceive the “gritty Hershey chocolate” because I was intrigued by your description but I don’t believe I did. Perhaps the chocolate appears earlier in...
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    Re: in praise of Dune by Dior

    Hi folks—

    I am not familiar with Dune at all but yesterday I decided to test the sample that I have had for a while that I believe I received from a kind Basenoter (perhaps one of you?)...this:
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  38. Re: Vintage Chanel Perfumes & Colognes Discussion Thread

    Same here.
  39. Re: for lovers of vintage - perfume restoration! Any ideas?

    Not stupid at all. If anyone can come up with way to revive/restore vintage perfumes, I would be the first in line!
  40. Re: for lovers of vintage - perfume restoration! Any ideas?

    I’m not a perfumer or chemist, but I’m a big fan of vintage Vent Vert, and I find this IG post is very puzzling. If I understand it, the perfume is being filtered to remove broken cap fragments, not...
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    Re: Papier d'Arménie

    I’ve never tried the papers, although they intrigue me, and I liked Bois d’Arménie when I sampled it, but I agree that it is almost as sweet as confectionery.

    I think the prevailing note in both...
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    Re: Annick Goutal has a vintage thread—look!

    I have considerable respect this house after sampling quite a few over the years. There’s a consistent classicism, even when modern materials are featured.

    These were pleasant to wear but didn’t...
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    Re: Rose Chypres—History Lesson, please!

    In exploring the history of chypres, I think the real question is how far back do you wish to go. The “poudre de chypre” in the 1781 ad that PStoller posted was a preparation used to scent wigs and...
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    Re: Off-the-radar spicy roses

    Sonoma Scent Studio Rose Volupté is a modern spicy rose that I enjoy.
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    Re: Rose Chypres—History Lesson, please!

    Hi Khanada and everyone —

    It seems our discussion of rose chypres has led us to a discussion of chypres (yet once more) and a search for definitions. Not sure we will ever achieve consensus, nor...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2021

    I thoroughly enjoy all of my vintage Guerlains, but today, I decided to sync with a controversial one, Jardins de Bagatelle (1983). I was pleased to see that I was not alone! I have the vintage EDT...
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    Re: Rose Chypres—History Lesson, please!

    Now we’re talking! I do like rose notes, and I especially like them in a good vintage rose chypre. I feel that the definitive examples of this genre have to come from the 1970’s and 1980’s, for a...
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    Re: Iris Gris: calling all stations

    Ouch indeed! Perhaps when I am done sending all of my money to my daughters’ colleges...
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    Re: Iris Gris: calling all stations

    Hello again Paul P and tourmaline--

    I'm enjoying our discussion!

    I would agree that there seem to be a few “variances” here. I find the notion that the “distinguishing feature of postwar French...
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    Re: Iris Gris: calling all stations

    Hi Tourmaline,

    I believe making Iris de Fath really, really expensive was a feature, not a bug, as the saying goes.

    Let’s look at the entire relevant passage from Perfumes (2018)
    ...
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    Please note well: I do not know what day it is.

    Not Covid-related, just busy!

    Now I have the opportunity to wear two iris perfumes in honor of Dr. T.
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    Cheers to Dr. T and her love of iris, which I share.

    I will wear vintage No. 19 EDT today. Deep vintage No. 19 was always golden, not green, as the older ads show. In other words, it doesn't turn...
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    Re: A Citrus Exploration

    Ah well. I’ll have to investigate further.



    Ditto. In my mind they do. I feel that certain bottled mineral waters do have a smell...
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    Re: A Citrus Exploration

    Hi Cook.bot--

    So glad to hear that you are enjoying it! I believe (unless I mixed it with something else that I was testing) that Eau de Roche leaves a very satisfying, very beautiful, but soft...
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    Re: A second round of blind testing...

    I don’t think I received D, but it seems intriguing...
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    So many excellent choices!

    I need to watch The Third Man again. Best ending ever.

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    And I think Sortilege plus Grace Kelly plus the Stork Club is an unbeatable combination.

    After...
  57. Re: Pls help identify this perfume display in a dept.Store

    I also think that I am seeing boxes of Aramis on the back wall, which led me to think that the mass of blue boxes in front could be a display of Estee Lauder products, including, as Cook.bot has...
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    Shalimar works! I was lucky enough to live in NYC in the 1980’s when several revival movie houses allowed you to see classic films on big screens. On our first date, my husband and I saw Double...
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    Re: A Citrus Exploration

    Hi Cook.bot-

    Well, I can definitely say that Eau de Rochas (1970) doesn’t smell like Moustache. I can’t remember if I have sampled O de Lancome. I had a bottle of O de Lancome Intense, which was a...
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    Re: A Citrus Exploration

    Hi Kotori-

    It was fun to reread this thread and your updates as we look forward to summer.

    I am not fully onboard the citrus train, but I do enjoy good citrus notes in perfume. I have the same...
  61. Re: Chanel 5 EdT is too fleeting. Should I layer it with the lotion/cream, or get a higher concentra

    Hi subhuman85–

    Would you ever consider buying a vintage bottle of No.5? I don’t think that you would find the vintage EDT or even the vintage EDC too fleeting. The vintage parfum is also...
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    I’m traveling and all I have with me is a decant of Lutens A La Nuit. It is not exactly on topic but let’s just say I am in a Mediterranean garden.

    A La Nuit might be my favorite Lutens—fresh,...
  63. Re: "Oriental" fragrances: NY Times magazine article

    As you wish—I shall be Grayspookle when I am feeling frisky.
  64. Re: The tribulations of hating vanilla fragrances. What notes bother you?

    This.

    I’ll add that it is very important to test and rely on your own nose. Published note lists and marketing copy can be very misleading. If a note is fashionable, it might be in the list but...
  65. Re: "Oriental" fragrances: NY Times magazine article

    Very enjoyable article. Thanks for posting it, Cook.bot.

    All I know is that I wish that I could have an attarwallah visit me!

    I think Taseer’s problematic reference to “Giovanni Battista...
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    Re: Chamade current vs vintage

    Hi Schubertian—

    Welcome to the forum!

    I would definitely say that vintage Chamade will be the “same, but more so.” The vintage parfum is very beautiful, as Starblind has already said, but you...
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    Re: A second round of blind testing...

    My notes on C are very brief. Just a quick take...

    Fresh bergamot and pine on top
    greenish rose (damascone) in the middle
    civettone in the base

    Following Live Jazz’ line of reasoning, I don’t...
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    Re: My Grandmothers Collection

    It looks like you have Grandma’s AND Grandpa’s collection there! You’re lucky to inherit all of these.

    I couldn’t tell if you just want to learn about them or find their value. If it’s the latter,...
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    Re: Sample Pass and Testing -- Les Indémodables

    Hi all...

    Kotori, you sent the Dilettante sample on to me. And I liked it so much that I started looking for it, but it is most definitely gone. I couldn’t find it anywhere. Pity, because it was...
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    Re: Your Vintage Scent of the Day (SOTD)

    I’m sure you are wafting a beautiful scent and not a “stink” at all. I have a distinct memory of standing on a NYC subway platform, wearing the EDP (which would be deep vintage now of course). Then,...
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    Just close your eyes and pick one! Lather, rinse, and repeat.
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    Let me see, I think I may have some Dior perfumes around here...

    I think I will go with Diorissimo Extrait de Parfum (2014), the only modern Dior I own. Demachy did an excellent job with this one,...
  73. Thread: Baudruchage

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    Re: Baudruchage

    And this is why I occasionally take a chance on a “factice” even though I don’t collect them. I ❤️ big bottles of perfume. Photos of classic Hollywood stars at their vanity tables always seem to...
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    Re: A second round of blind testing...

    Our responses to David’s samples have been so diverse that I sometimes wonder if I have mixed up my notes! But I feel quite convinced that there was some sort of indelible modern aromachemical in B,...
  75. Thread: Baudruchage

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    Re: Baudruchage

    Hi Gilturko—

    I don’t have a definitive answer for you, but I have seen the statement that factice/dummy bottles never have the baudruchage and I have a vintage Balmain factice with a perfect one....
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    Re: A second round of blind testing...

    Hi all—

    Here are my brief notes on Sample B, which I tested long ago. I also picked up an animalic modern musk in it.

    Sample B

    Candied fruit and sweet tobacco
    Recent masculine designer or...
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    Re: Chanel No.19:Vintage vs New Reformulation?

    I agree with you in every point here. The EDP and modern EDT may have their merits but they are different scents when compared to the vintage (specifically 1980’s and earlier) EDT.
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    Re: Vintage Chanel No 5 & 19 EDT baffled

    She blinded me with science. So, perhaps condensation and not evaporation?
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    Re: Vintage Chanel No 5 & 19 EDT baffled

    Hello again--

    My Chanel splash EDT's are all in the same type of bottle. I think of a "dabber" bottle as a parfum flacon with a glass stopper, so I wondered if you actually had one of those, but...
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    Re: Vintage Chanel No 5 & 19 EDT baffled

    Hi there-

    I have some opinions, but I’m somewhat confused by the details of your narrative. Could you clarify a few points? Also, posting photos of the original bottles might help.



    Okay,...
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    Re: Chanel No.19:Vintage vs New Reformulation?

    I would say that the vintage EDT is similar to the vintage EDC and isn’t at all powdery or sweet. Look for an EDT that has golden liquid, not bright green.
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    I decided to go with Ysatis, the vintage EDT, which is just...perfect, IMHO. I think it's essential to follow Live Jazz' example and apply small amounts of the vintage BF's. Worn lightly, they are...
  83. Re: Minis aren’t as good as full size bottles

    It depends on the mini. A well preserved mini in its original box is usually fine. Opened minis without the box are more of a gamble.

    If you’re like me, you are probably applying the perfume from...
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    Thursday already?

    Like ExtremeK, I do love a Big Floral. I thought I would look at ExtremeK's wardrobe for ideas, and I was interested to see that there is some overlap in our wardrobes.

    I...
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    Re: Most Overrated Discontinued Frags?

    Hope you find it as interesting as I did. Lately, I’ve been reading about the precipitous decline of quality in fashion in books such as Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion by...
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    Re: Most Overrated Discontinued Frags?

    I think we are more or less in agreement. “Luxury” doesn’t mean anything to me, in itself. For me, the “perceived need for something beyond beauty” will always be “craftsmanship,” much more so than...
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    Re: Most Overrated Discontinued Frags?

    Perhaps nothing more than a marketing strategy, but I agree for the most part.



    I don’t believe this was always the case. Luxury goods before mass markets emerged (say, before WWII) were finely...
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    Thanks so much for posting the lists, Clockwork Alice.

    Last year, I believe I wore Amarige, and I enjoyed it thoroughly. I believe Turin and Sanchez (but especially Sanchez) are not especially...
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    Re: Evaporation with splits

    I do think that the plastic ones evaporate more, but this is just my feeling.
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    Re: Sample Pass and Testing -- Les Indémodables

    We seem to go back and forth on the iris character of Iris Perle. In my first trial, I didn’t get very much iris, but I did a second spritz, and then I did perceive what others were noticing,...
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    Re: Evaporation with splits

    I have noticed that some smaller atomizers evaporate faster than others. If you are concerned about your decants, I would suggest that you seal them well with a few wraps of plumber’s tape or...
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    Re: Vintage Carnation Suggestions??

    Here’s another, which would allow you to get in touch with your inner Lola Falana—- Faberge Tigress. Again, you need a good vintage bottle but they are widely available.

    Here’s a fun post about...
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    Re: Vintage Carnation Suggestions??

    Agree with this, also many long-gone Caron perfumes of which we shall not speak, eheu. A Ma Collection mini would be a good tester.
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    Re: Vintage Carnation Suggestions??

    Hi Khanada—

    Carnation notes appear in many vintage compositions so you may need to settle on whether you are looking for something that presents the flower in a soliflore scent or one where the...
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    Re: Sample Pass and Testing -- Les Indémodables

    Oriental [sic] Velours was my favorite of the bunch, so your response intrigues me, Epapsiou. I’m wondering if what I perceived as the terpenic aspects of the myrrh gave you the lavender. The sour...
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    This was another option for me. Another sprayer that requires two hands, needlessly clunky as well. Good perfume, bad bottle.

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    Judging from your photo, N.CAL, this looks like the same kind of rubber surrounding some makeup products I’ve had...guaranteed to attract powder and fingerprints and difficult to clean. Ugh.
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    An incontestable choice. I remember the enthusiastic marketing for this bottle, since it was designed by Karan’s husband, a sculptor. Bless his heart, but it’s awful.

    I have to go with the bottle...
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    Re: A second round of blind testing...

    David has kindly shared another round of samples so I am bumping up this thread.

    Unfortunately, I have little of interest to add about Sample A, which I tested some time ago. My notes read...
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    Re: Sample Pass and Testing -- Les Indémodables

    Just out of curiosity...,
    I’ve never smelled Le Male (at least I don’t think I have) nor Iris Poudre. And which Dali?
    Is it the sweetness that comes through on the drydown of this Musc that you...
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