In a world of patchouli-gourmands, one would think that I would be tired of smelling these things. And for the most part, I am. But, I’m telling you, it’s worth it when I find one that is good. Lalique Satine is one of these that makes me have renewed faith in this subgenre of perfumes.
Satine opens as a marshmallow floral. It’s a sweet almond-heliotrope syrup on a bed of tonka and caramelized brown sugar. Jasmine and bergamot add an airiness to the sweet cloud of vanilla/almond – cherry pie… Continue reading | 18 Comments