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L’Aromarine Oakmoss Mousse de Chene Perfume Review

 

L'Aromarine Mousse de Chene

I have reviewed L’Aromarine Jasmin in a previous post. L’Aromarine fragrances are very potent fragrance oils that have a nice price tag. Oakmoss is not as potent as Jasmin but it is still a very long wearing oil. The picture above is that of the EDT spray. I have the fragrance oil and use it as is and love it.

When I first applied Oakmoss I was surprised by its complexity. All I could think of were the old forest floors found here in the Pacific Northwest. I love it because it was reminding me of this new stage in my life, I’ve very recently moved and this was the smell that I would use to define this area. It is earthy, woody, crisp, and somehow very fresh. It is very chypre and rustic. This fragrance oil wears for hours. I mean all day without reapplying. I get complements on it all the time.

I’m trying to figure out other than timing, why do I associate this fragrance with this region so much? I looked it up and it is because, duh, oakmoss is the lichen that really takes a like’n to this area. Moss is all over the forest floors being crunched under your footsteps.

So, L’Aromarine is an intoxicating and very pleasant, high-quality parfum oil. I am so happy that my husband chose this fragrance for me. This is one fungi that I can’t live without.

UPDATE – This item has been discontinued. However, it looks like they have changed their name to “Outremer” and something like this is still available at Smallflower.

This is it. Im sure many of you have seen it. Just look for the fungus that looks like antlers.
This is it. I’m sure many of you have seen it. Just look for the fungus that looks like antlers.

*Product purchased by me. Product pic from Smallflower.