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Friday, October 29, 2010

Honey & Milk

The title brings to mind breakfast time, right?

Well, that`s actually not what I have in mind for this article, these two are actually notes of the perfumes I will present in the next few lines.

We start with Poison Tendre by Dior, a floral fragrance that unites insolence with charm. Created in 1994, its top notes are Brazilian rosewood, mandarin orange, asafoetida and bergamot, then comes a heart of tuberose, orange blossom, rose, honey and freesia, while the end is composed of sandalwood, heliotrope, vanilla and musk. The nose behind this magical creation is Edouard Flechier.

Soir de Lune by Sisley is a chypre floral fragrance, elegant and intense. It starts with nutmeg, coriander, lemon, bergamot, pepper oil and mandarin orange, followed by peach, lily-of-the-valley, orris, mimose and may rose and ends with a blend of patchouli, honey, oakmoss, musk and sandalwood. The rounded facetted bottle was created by Polish sculptor Bronislaw Krzysztof.

Terra by Paolo Gigli was launched in the autumn of 2009 and is part of a collection of four perfumes , each dedicated to the four main elements of nature, fire, air, water and earth. The bottles are little works of art, each made of the finest Venetian glass, they are colored by hand and are decorated with gems and 24 carat gold. Terra features among its top notes lemon, coconut, strawberry and milk, the heart is a blend of jasmine, lily-of-the-valley, sunflower, orchid and rose, while the base is strongly oriental, with a composition of green amber, vanilla, cedar, sandalwood and white musk.

M`Zelle Vanille Chocolat By Corine de Farme is a delicious oriental vanilla fragrance dedicated to the sweetest notes- tender vanilla and milk chocolate. It is an amazing mixture of milk, toffee and hazelnut, but also vanilla and chocolate at the base. It sounds more like a sweet treat to me.

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