Sarah Horowitz Perfect Nectar EDP Perfume Review

Sarah Horowitz Perfect Nectar

I think I first started getting interested in niche or  should I say, “cult classic” perfumes around the year 2000. It started with Demeter and then I started to hear things about California brands like Child perfume, Kai and Sarah Horowitz Perfumes. Almost 15 years later, now look at me.

I do think of Perfect Nectar as one of those perfumes that now define indie Californian perfumes of a certain era. It’s a fruity, ozonic fragrance that is all surf and sand –… Continue reading | 1 Comment


Sarah Horowitz Perfect Vanilla Perfume Oil Review

Sarah Horowitz Perfect Vanilla

Is Sarah Horowitz Perfect Vanilla the perfect vanilla?

Perfect Vanilla opens with an orange creamsicle. It’s a juicy orange and vanilla cream. It wears linear like this. Eventually you’ll pick up a rather prominent Egyptian musk that adds a white floral muskiness. And then I’m left with this musk/floral that reminds me very much of The Body Shop White Musk. AND then it turns into this sweet balsamic raw vanilla with a hint of blonde tobacco. I didn’t expect this.

Perfect Vanilla is… Continue reading | 2 Comments

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3 NEW Sarah Horowitz Artisan Collection Perfumes

Sarah Horowitz fragrances

Three new Sarah Horowitz perfumes are now available.

Wings & Roots: These scents were created by Sarah Horowitz  inspired by a poem her father used to recite to her as a child.

Wings EDP – This is described as a lush, tropical floral with notes of yuzu, pear, pikake, night-blooming jasmine, oud, oakmoss, orris, and Madagascar vanilla. This fragrance sounds very voluptuous and feminine. It retails for $60 for 1 ounce.

Roots EDP – This is described as a smoky woodsy unisex fragrance with notes… Continue reading | 3 Comments


Sarah Horowitz Joy Comes From Within Emotion Perfume Review

This is a rich and comforting fragrance that reminds me of Santa’s cookies and winter baking. It is a sweet, gourmand fragrance but I still like it. It is a blend of nutmeg, almond, orange blossom, vanilla, tonka bean, and musk. At first it is a spicy floral. You can smell the light, playful aroma of orange blossom mixed with spicy nutmeg. The orange blossom is a flirt and doesn’t hang around very long but you can tell it’s there even when it is “gone”. You soon smell the rich nuttiness… Continue reading