Because of the where I live, I find that most of the perfumes that I own are “fall” scents. I tend to buy gourmands and rich amber perfumes. This is what works with my climate and this is what works for me. I have perfume friends that live in warmer climates. Their perfume collection is the complete opposite of mine. This makes sense. Who wants heavy fragrances in hot climates? Not too many people (unless they spend all of their time in a freezing, air-conditioned… Continue reading | 7 Comments
Bois 1920 Sandalo e The isn’t what I expected it to be. It’s that same experience that I had with Sushi Imperiale. Sandalo e The is much better than I expected. It reminds me of a pretty rose-tea perfume worn on somebody eating at a taquería. I get cumin, salt, sweet lime-like citrus and I swear, at times cilantro from this. It’s a weird one, because not everyone gets that with Sandalo e The. The impression Sandalo e The varies from person to person… Continue reading | 10 Comments
So many fragrances want to “take us on journeys”. Which is fine with me. I don’t really see a trip to Timbuktu in my future any time soon. I just made a cross country move and have to get ready to live on one income while I finish grad school. The L’Artisan Parfumeur website describes the fragrance as:
Timbuktu is a wild, yet sophisticated fragrance that is ultra sensual on women and men skin.
This perfume was inspired by the unique blend of flowers, ointments, spices and