SOTD 8.10 – 14.10.2018

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Portia

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Hi APJ,

A SOTD (Scent Of The Day) thread is a really good conversation generator. The idea is you’ll chime in through the week with whatever scent you are wearing. You don’t need to be super knowledgable, have high faluting tastes or be a published author to comment. Just tell us what fragrance you’re wearing, smelling, buying etc. and how it makes you feel and/or anything else about it that tickles your fancy.

You can also comment on everyone else choices too. It’s great to tell someone how much you love their choice, ask for more info about it, the house or perfumer. There’s someone here from around the world 24/7 and perfume people love to chat.

SOTD 8.10 – 14.10.2018

You probably won’t have time to write every scent, every spritz but whenever you feel the mood take you share your current spritz and a few things about it. Maybe you love/loathe it, want it, are excited by the notes/bottle/SA who sold it: WHATEVER! As always here at APJ, taking sides never means taking offence and everyone keeps it respectful and light, even though we can sometimes trawl the depths.

Hopefully you will come back and see if anyone has responded to your comment and you can reply to them.

 

Go To It Crew.
Portia xxx

571 thoughts on “SOTD 8.10 – 14.10.2018

  1. Commando…. two days in a row.. I just spent an hour and a half cleaning the bathtub…all that scrubbing and my arms are sore! Now I am making bacon for the last mini Marzipan at home.. I smell of baking soda and bacon.

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  2. I sampled A Taste of Heaven, courtesy of Portia, thank you for the gift! I like the caramelised lavender, but am going to spritz the mister tomorrow. I think it would be a smart day scent on him.

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      • I’m liking it a lot so far, but I want to spend more time with it. Like Gardoni’s Bogue scents, there’s masses of interest going on in there as things unfold, appear, dance away, and then sneak back around from the peripheries. There’s a big smoky start, but I think it’s far less ferocious than a lot of the reviews are suggesting. I don’t know if I am a monster-tamer, my nose or taste is weird, but this felt like a very comfortable rather than a challenging wear.

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          • Not mine…he loves to clean and does a much better job than I do. Does laundry too and makes the beds. The youngest of the Marzipans cleans the toilets and is the chef in our house…he is much better than the girls at both.

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          • Neva and Cassie and Marcella- send your men folk over here and I will train em right! LOL! Honestly, Mr. Marzipan was independent when I met him and was used to doing things on his own. Plus, we raised our kids in a gender neutral zone..while my son can cook and clean, the girls were taught some rudimentary mechanics and also mowed the lawn when they were home. We are all about being practical because you never know where life will take you and you want to have skills, right/

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          • That’s the only right way in my opinion Brigitte. Well done! The world needs competent people. My daughter is also fully independent but she perfoms better when I’m not around 😀 At the moment there is no Mister in my life but I’ll make sure that the next one is independent too, LOL!

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  3. Teonie Reithal’s Antartica today. Heating up today, although it’s lovely and cool right now at 7am. Taking the kiddo to see Rome at the National Museum.

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  4. No perfume early in the day. Had to see a doctor again, I was in no way able to work yet. So I put on a little Korres White tea, Bergamot, Freesia. Just enough to block out the smell of disinfection liquids and such. So, on the mend (less painkillers), but still not well!

    The weather was glorious today, would have been perfect for a long walk, sad to stay indoors.

    Will put on some Dior Ambre Nuit and hope for some good sleep for once.

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    • I missed your previous report on the sickness/injury but I hope you’ll get even better soon and will still get your share of “perfect for a long walk” weather.

      I really like Ambre Nuit, but after I was done with my decant, I cannot make myself to buy the next one because I want a bottle, but I cannot buy a bottle because they don’t sell those more reasonable 40 ml bottles in the US, and I’m still waiting for the occasion to get it from Europe.

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      • Undina, I’ve been suffering from shingles for nearly ten days, I’m not sure I’ve suffered this much pain before, save the first 4-5 days after orthopaedic surgery.. Desperately need daylight, due to long winter ahead. This is not like parts of Canada, but still…

        I have the 40 ml bottle of Ambre Nuit, it’s the perfect size for me. Mine was bought in London, but I think Portia said they come cheaper in Paris /in euros.

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        • Ouch… I’m sorry you got it. I’m scared of it since I saw my Grandma suffering from it years ago. Need to ask my doctor when I should consider vaccination.
          Take care of yourself!

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          • i wouldn’t worry to much if you have a robust immune system. Let’s just say it is not the first thing doctors think about in patients under 60.

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  5. Being lazy today, watching old James Bond movies. SOTD Eye, Hatshepsut from Charenton Macerations, a balsamic musky scent feeling rather sweet.

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      • Good question. I was in Egypt once, before I stumbled down the rabbit hole, so I’ve only tried some perfumes and didn’t buy anything. They were too sweet and heavy for my taste. Eye Hatshepsut hardly fits into what I’d call Orientals. It has a freshness(I suppose papyrus) that gives it a twist and it feels modern.

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  6. Hiya! First time joining the party 🙂
    My SOTD was Dilettante though I was searching for Rahele but can’t remember where I stuck my decant 😢

    I’m working on a big pot of bourguignon tonight. I think I’ll throw on some Ambre Sultan, it should go with/stand up to these rich cooking smells.

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    • I haven’t even heard of Duel.. I’m not a big fan of AG but I thought at least I know the favorites from the line. Is Duel still in production?

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      • Hi Neva,
        You know I have no idea. It’s one of the weird AGs that feels like it should be in some other line. Quite masculine leaning. It’s a dark green smell, lightly bitter and softening out to a lovely leather woods dry down. I’ve been wearing it for nearly 6 hours and the musks are making decided well worn noises. They do seem to have it in the last bottles, not sure if it’s made the jump though.
        Portia xx

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  7. Cuir Mauresque, courtesy of my shockingly generous CQ pal. I’d been hankering after this since my thwarted sniffs at the Palais Royal, and now I am in a gorgeous supple spiced leather and orange peel whirl and bloody loving it.

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  8. Still no perfume. Yesterday evening’s dinner was great. Topics of conversation amongst the early thirties crowd. Who makes the better vacuum: Meile or Dyson. Best mattress: memory foam, latex, Sealy Posturpedic, Temperpedic. Are they ageing prematurely or what?

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  9. @ Portia
    Not a SOTD post yet
    I just want to say that I received my samples this morning. Love them.
    Thank You Thank You Thank You
    Mwahh Mwahh
    Matty

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  10. I was not up for anything challenging, so put on 5 sprays of L’Ambre des Merveilles. Maybe I’ll layer with something sweeter before bed.

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  11. Eight days of sore throat and feeling lousy. Caved and went to the doctor. So, I have pharyngitis. Oh goodie. A new thing. She doesn’t know if it’s viral or bacterial, so antibiotics prescribed for use in 4-5 days only if I start coughing stuff up that will not be described here. So that’s why all my perfumes are just smelling off or weird. I will remain scent neutral for the next little while. So start washing your hands obsessively whenever you touch something outside your front door. Dr. Miller, signing off.

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  12. Hello All…. I’m very peeved off with the world atm…. Anyway life goes on. I have to go to work….again on a DAY OFF because we are getting new uniforms and need to be fitted. And oh my Lordy they are hideously ‘fugly’… we will look like construction workers…..the worse thing is they are prominently Black….as if nursing homes aren’t dreary enough…. anyway ,rant over… SOTD will be my 1 ml sample of Black Jade.
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    • Oh Jyotsna, that’s not good to hear. I’ve got some stuff that’ll cheer you up. Write me smelanie at outlook dot com I’ve got some Dame Desert rose that’ll help xx

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    • Hey Jyotsna!
      Sorry you’re feeling shit but I LOVE shopping in Old Delhi for fragrance.
      I have mostly done my purchasing from Jain Super Store in Connaught Place though. Last year I went but the quality has changed, the bases are thinner and not nearly so rich as they were. It’s a big shame.
      Portia xx

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      • Portia- thanks! I love that you even know Delhi. It’s home. And is soooo different from my current hometown. Haven’t been back in years, since my dad died.
        Sad to hear that the juice is thinner. They used to be deliciously thick, oily and oh so fragrant.

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  13. Seems odd, but I haven’t been wearing much perfume over the last few weeks. I think it might have had something to do with going to China and not being allowed to take perfume on part of the trip. So I went about 3 weeks without wearing it, and sort of lost the morning routine of getting some out and spraying it on.

    Since then I’ve been wearing some when I remember, but there have been a lot fo days when I just forget. This week I wore Hermès Concentré d’Orange Verte one day, but that’s it, really.

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  14. Monyette Paris. Trying to recapture a piece of summer. It’s a beautiful day as I’m sitting outdoors drinking coffee while I get new tyres on my car (eating into my perfume budget😠).

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  15. I figure Portia’s gonna kick me off of this site if I keep muttering on about vacuum cleaners and disease. So, if I was wearing perfume today, it would be Jardin sur Le Toit. For you non-francophones Toit is pronounced Tw-aw.
    Not Tw-aw-t. The last t is silent 🤭

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  16. Today my bottle of the 80s J’ai Ose (Guy Laroche) arrived!!! I’ve sprayed it all over my hair, clothes and neck and I can’t stop smiling 🙂 Anyone familiar with it?

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      • It’s the vintage version. It’s fantastic! It has a depth that most of today’s perfumes don’t have anymore. I was wondering if I could use it as a base and layer it with some light perfume… I’m not fond of layering usually.

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    • Congrats on your new treasure, Neva! I haven’t tried J’ai Ose yet but it’s a legend. I love their vintage ads (the women in them look as if they decided to skip work and do whatever they please. Hence the name 🙂 ).

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      • Yes, I bought it on ebay. It’s my only source of vintage perfumes since we have nothing like garage sales around here.
        Your mum had probably Fidji from Guy Laroche. It was their bestseller and really beautiful.

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        • Nevs- must’ve been Fidji although that doesn’t seem right. Defo wasn’t drakkar noir 😆Wondering now if it wasn’t j’ai osé??

          Tell us what it’s like when you put it on.

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          • I wear it all the time 😉 It feels like an old school oriental rich on patchouli and oakmoss. It’s been at least 20 years since I’ve smelled it so I can’t determine 100 percent if anything is changed. I sometimes feel that vintage perfumes that I buy on ebay are slightly diluted but I’m not sure. For this reason I only buy atomizers, still they’re not so strong as I remember them. Maybe my nose is getting old…

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  17. Feminite du bois (Serge, not Shiseido). I’m trying to decide if I should buy it or an Armani Prive bottle (there’s a bargain but it might not last). An impossible choice.

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  18. I just received my package of samples from Portia and am wearing all five. I was sitting in the library parking lot where the last Marzipan does his volunteer work and I could not resist. I will give each one a proper wear day by day come tomorrow.

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  19. Lovely and cool here today. Dabbed on some Givenchy ii.
    I am taking notes of all the scents everyone is talking about. Feel like I should dust off the chemistry degree and launch a new career in perfumery! Sigh.

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    • Wouldn’t it be great to combine work with pleasure?
      Givenchy III ? Another vintage I haven’t tried since the good old days… You smell heavenly, Jyotsna.

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      • Paying through the nose- I think on some unconscious level this has stopped me from buying vintage or even things like the Chanel exclusives. Because I am always calculating in my brain the difference in price from when i bought the fragrances years ago to what ebay or greedy multimillion/billion dollar corporation is charging now. And I just can’t wrap my head around it. So I just don’t purchase-LOL! But that’s me. I think for most folks the enjoyment they derive from said perfume is well worth the money and I honor that 😉

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  20. Today I tried Tom Ford Soleil Blanc. The Bourke St mall is such a lovely place, I’m always spoiled for choice but today the single white bottle amongst all of the black on the TF counter whispered “pick me, pick me!” so I did. I liked it a lot – a well rounded coconut and white floral. If it had better sillage and weren’t so expensive, I think it’d be wishlist. Apparently it’s similar to Bronze Goddess eau Fraiche so I’ll have to check that out.
    Also, I have to comment on how amazing the TF counter assistants always look! Clothing, makeup, hair, it’s always perfect every time. They radiate “badass”. I wish I could be so cool, haha.

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  21. Finally getting to wear a Forte and Manle!!! Charlatan…yum!!! I need this for a long day that is sandwiched between two meetings one in the morning at a different location and one at the end of the workday at my building. Once I get back to my office I will give a spritz of Reglisse on my shirt since my bottle seems to be living on my work desk at the moment….just as well for I have five new goodies to play with 🙂

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      • I really liked it…chocolatey gourmand in my skin with some depth (not completely sweet). this is my first try from this house, There’s another one that interests me with the note of lavender and I also there is an amber that is supposed to be good as well.

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      • Brigitte— Charlatan – yaay! Is one of my new favourite discoveries from last year.
        Neva- Charlatan is fantastic! I am usually one to walk past gourmands but this one is fab.

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  22. I headed to Civilisation today, so I thought I’d better wear something nice. I chose Richard James Savile Row.

    The big occasion was the Wear for Success Sale in Eastern Rd South Melbourne. I picked up bargains form Zegna, Burberry, Paul Smith, Johnstons of Elgin, Jimmy Choo, Dries van Noten, Chanel, Prada and more. It’s still on tomorrow if any of you ladies are in the vicinity.

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  23. SOTN- wearing 3 different fragrances. 2 spray each. Santal 33( Big love for this one) on my neck front and back, Sables under my arms and Bvlgari Man in Black on my jacket. I love to smell layer after layer. In this way I can enjoy different fragrances at a time interval.

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        • Our weather machine has been hijacked by a hyper excitable toddler. Mon. 8 degrees, rain. Tues 31 degrees, blazing sun, Wed. 15, today 6 degrees, pouring rain. They should have given the brat the gig on Tuesday and told him to quit fiddling with the dials 🌞💦🌝❄️

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        • I can’t stand this time of the year when summer is slowly dying and you know you’re heading into the wrong direction (wintertime) but you can’t prevent it. For so many years I’m trying to convince myself that I should take a day at a time and that every season has its advantages but the sadness and depression that comes with the rains, the winds and the cold is inevitable. This year we still have a nice autumn, warmer and sunnier than usual yet I can’t shake off the knowledge that it will change sooner or later. Stupid, I know…

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          • Same here too…I really dislike the cold and snow and nasty weather and it also dampers my spirits. I suggest we all dig out our citrus fragrance and citrus essential oils to use during the bleakest part of the year. I am sending my eldest off this Sunday with her travel spray of Orange Sanguine and insisting that she use it in the depth of winter at her university where the snow and cold are horrific. She needs a booster during that time and Orange Sanguine does the trick.

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  24. 🤒😷 I tried the cure 🤢. Dr. Cassie’s recommendation. It helped. For about one hour. Spiked a huge fever this afternoon and was coughing up nasties. So antibiotics on board now. I’ll probably die of C. Difficile, but at least my throat won’t hurt. What a choice 😒

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  25. testing on both of the mini marzipans who are home for three days from university.

    On the eldest “this smells like a baby…and a bit of blood…too metallic for my taste”

    the middle one”this is pleasant..smells like herbs…specifically basil”

    I still smell a muted version of Aramis New West for Women and it still reminds me of the Atlantic Ocean on all three of us.

    Y’all know which one I am talking about , right? Secretions Magnifique. I just had to test it on them and see what there reactions were without telling them the name or backstory.

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  26. TGIF!!!!!! continuing my sampling in Asthete (Le Galion). It’s a Persian leather…I smell cumin (but this is not a note listed for this fragrance)…it’s melds beautifully with my skin….the concept of leather seems to be floating in the air these days on APJ….Sandra made me realize that I have no leather represented in my collection…and then Portia’s new sniffs brought up Cuir Cannage.

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  27. This week has run away with me, and now I have a deadline rushing towards me. A good dose Rozy VdP for the fierceness, with enough familiarity to not distract me too much. (All the tempting new things are put to one side for now… not that there is ANY hardship in wearing Rozy. The more I wear it, the more I love it.)

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  28. Giving Osmanthe Yunnan a test ride today. It is simply beautiful! It feels very sophisticated and so far it’s the best Hermessence I’ve tried.

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  29. Thanks for all the deadline luck wishes earlier. I made it! Phew. A conference paper proposal drafted from scratch, edited, and now sent. All in one day. (Yes, I had mistakenly thought the deadline was *next* month. Oops.) Not the best I’ve ever written, but, my fingers crossed as I’d love to write and present this one. 13 hours since I applied Rozy the last wisps are still with me. Nice.

    And, though I didn’t leave the house all day (no gym! no swim! ack!) I somehow managed to walk over 7km with pacing-and-think sessions and play-with-the-cats escapes. I break up work sessions with an approximation of the pomodoro technique which then gets me out of my desk chair regularly. Does anyone else use that for writing or other productivity?

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    • That’s a whole lot you can be proud of Crikey. I hope you’ll make it to the conference. What is your field of interest? Sorry if you already mentioned it but I don’t remember seeing it.
      Never heard of pomodoro technique. What is it?

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      • Thanks, Neva! After a couple of bad weeks of writing paralysis it felt really good to get something out of the door.

        My field is photographic history and visual cultures–and my doctoral research is on networks of amateur photographers.

        pomodoro, in short is: focus for 25 minutes, then take up to five minutes break. Repeat. After three or four of ronuds, take a longer break. I try get up and move as much as I can in the gaps. During the focus time: no doing anything else. No sneaky checks of the internet, wandering off to the put the kettle on, etc. It’s really effective… it’s short enough to just crack on, but long enough to be useful.

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        • That’s an interesting topic…my former husband is a professional photographer and once a year he has free courses for chosen amateur photographers. Meanwhile already thirteen generations finished the course and they are functioning as a big family, call themselves The Tribe 🙂
          Thanks for the pomodoro technique. I could use it when I have routine office work to do which I usually postpone until forever.

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  30. Lovely sunny day today. I’m wearing Arquiste’s L’Etrog Acqua, which has a nice lemony smell laced with woods. This doesn’t get much love from reviewers, but I like it and wear it pretty often. In fact my sample is getting low, so I’ll soon have to decide whether to buy. Probably not, as I have a lot of other lemon bombs that need using up.

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  31. Yippeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.. it is a glorious sunny day. Unfortunately I’ve woken up with a bad headache. Paracetamol, chamomile tea, and some food seems to have curtailed it a little. I’m not looking forward to work today, because my ‘partner’ is a little on the lazy side of the Equator. I think I will THUNK my decant of Maduro

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  32. Some SLutens Vetiver Oriental for my Saturday errands. Lovely but did not project much so have topped up with CdG Luxe Patchouli, which has been overshadowed by the smallest amount of Rajkumari by Evocative Pefumes (oz perfumer)

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    • I can’t even imagine how the result smelled, Melanie but to me you are the Queen of layering 🙂 How do you choose the second/third perfume? Is there a special method or do you play by ear?

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  33. Yuzu Fou….I seem to be on a cumin kick because that is what my wonky nose is smelling (got the same from Aesthete). Has anyone else tried this one and gets what I am getting? For me it’s much less about the yuzu and mint and so much more about the cumin. I love being able to sample all of these fragrances that are completely unknown to me.

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  34. What else could I wear but some leather. Cuir d’Ange. I think this is the only predominantly leather ‘fume that I have, thought there could be others lurking that I can’t remember at the moment.

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    • And it’s one of the finest leathers IMO. You smell lovely…although probably only for a few minutes. I’m wearing Osmanthe Yunnan again. I drained the huge sample, spritzed some 10-15 times and I just don’t smell it after half an hour. It drives me crazy! I hope you had better luck with Cuir d’Ange.

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      • It’s got fair staying power, needs topping up at least twice during the day, which seems to be the theme that runs through the Hermessence line. I like its ladylike glove leather that’s been sealed with beeswax. So easy to wear, it would make a great everyday scent (for someone who only wears a limited number of perfumes). Not me, obviously😉

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  35. SOT going to bed last nite. Sedona Sweet Grass. I’ll admit to being rather embarrassed about liking it as much as I do. It’s not at all sophisticated and far from complex. It has a similar vibe to Love’s Baby Soft which I wore back in the 70’s, alternating with the big guns of Shalimar, No.5, No. 22, Mitsouko, Rochas et al. It almost acts as a palate cleanser for the nose. And reminds me of the many glorious camping trips we took our girls on in their younger years. Smells like sweet, pristine pine forests. Wisps of the early morning cooking fire mingling with dried pine needles. A simple, innocent perfume. And I really like it. Wonder if I’ll lose my perfumista cred?

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  36. I received three packages yesterday: Portia’s gifts, – thank you so much!, – fragrant gifts from a new friend of mine and a bunch of supplements from Vitacost which also included a bottle of lime essential oil (love it!). Needless to say, I’ve tried all of them. Trouble Legere is fun: I love its golden shine, and the scent itself is so good; reminds me of Kenzo’s 4:15 AM in Bali which I loved a lot.

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  37. OMG guys!! Day three of antibiotics and I’m still running a fever, coughing up my lungs and suffering cracking headaches. Throat is better today. My mood is plummeting. Horrible grey skies. Dark at six. Jaysus. This time of year s-u-c-k-s so much. I ordered another sample of Sedona Sweet Grass last nite. Cuz on top of everything I CAN’T SLEEP EITHER!!
    🤬🤬🤬

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  38. Another cracking spring day here. We’re heading to a winery/brewhouse for food, drink and blues music. I’ve chosen one of my spring favourites: Diptyque’s Philosykos.

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  39. So yesterday I finished a sample of Scherrer One Love (have a large bottle, it suits me and my taste in perfume)Also used up a sample of Amouage Ciel, def. a warm weather scent and the less challenging Amouage I tried so for, in fact a strong like.

    Thursday evening i put on some Tubereuse Criminelle, so lovely after the mentholated blast in the top notes.

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  40. Sunday morning… very faint remnants of last night’s Laura Ashley No 1. Before my shower , I thunked my sample of the Bewitching Yasmine…. and nothing… not even in the first 5 minutes!!!! From now on ,if I have a choice, I will spend an extra few bucks and order spray samples.. I haven’t quite decided which scent to wear to work….will be a toss up between Laguna and Maitresse. Will report in a half hour.

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  41. Malle’s Vetiver Extraordinaire yesterday morning, and then Bois des Iles extrait in the afternoon and evening, on a grey, blustery, rainy day. The vetiver is not that extraordinary–nice, and an easy wear, and not intrusive while I was doing my gym thing, but far from the best vetiver I’ve ever worn. BdI, however, is always bloody lush.

    In Cuir Cannage this morning. Peer pressure, man, the peer pressure! (yeah, like it’s a hardship to wear CC…)

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  42. Testing Malle Geranium Pour Monsieur…..super heavy on the mint on my skin…fades pretty quickly but then again my skin devours most stuff. I had been curious to test this one and am glad that I had the opportunity.

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  43. Perfumed experiment today…

    I used to wear Shalimar, and loved it. Then I didn’t wear it for a few years, and starting again it just Did Not Work. It was all lemon meringue pie and no depth. Then it occurred to me that the big change between then and now was not the perfume–same bottles–but me. I stopped smoking. So I persuaded the still-smoking mr crikey to wear some of the extrait today. (He’s very obliging and indulgent with these things). Yep, he smells *amazing*. And nothing like pie.

    Next stop: No.5, which is another that smells all wrong to/on me these days.

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  44. I wore Eau Sublime again as my SOTD but later in the day I decided to rearrange my perfume drawer so I’m currently wearing CdG 2Man, Nina by Nina Ricci and a tad bit of Cuir de Russie & So French. Just so you know: after I’ve had some beer I usually crave for something sweet. That probably explains my eclectic choices tonight 🙂

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  45. Sunday evening I tried Mmmm from Juliette has a gun. on my skin that was a lot of caramel and vanilla, but no berries. This was just too sweet for my liking and unlike Confetto, say. this did not conjure up memories. So I guess I like the earlier scents from JH AG way better.

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  46. Tauer eau d’Epices….this reminds me a bit of several of his other scents…Le Maroc Pour Elle, Rose de Kandhar (sp??), Incense Rose…there is a similarity to all of them….at least to my nose.

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  47. Guess what? I’m wearing Carnal Flower!!!! Totally inappropriate for the weather but, hey my perfumes smell ‘normal’ again! I can return to my scented hedonism! And CF is just too silly, beautiful and uplifting to me, so I have thoroughly hosed myself down. Pretty sure my neighbours across the street can smell me.

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