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Ephemerals - Mini-Reviews: Brecourt Paris

By Sandra

Brecourt Paris is a relatively new niche perfume company (2010) created by perfumer Emilie Bouge and is based in Paris.  I have never tried their perfumes and now I have a handful that I have tried and truly enjoyed. 598 more words


Tender Touch - Review: L'Artisan Parfumeur Skin on Skin

By Tara

Skin on Skin is the fragrance in L’Artisan Parfumeur’s Explosions d’Emotions collection that appealed to me the most. I liked the name and quite a few of the following featured notes: Iris, suede, velvet leather, saffron, whisky, lavender, rose and musk. 451 more words


Angel Leather - Review: Hermès Cuir D'Ange

By Michael

Cuir d’Ange is the twelfth addition to the Hermessence collection.

I first tried this late 2014 during an all too common dash around the Sydney trying many many fragrances. 525 more words


Old School Simplicity - Review: Chanel Eau de Cologne

Dearest and most delightful Olfactoria’s Travelers,

Portia in the OT house from Australian Perfume Junkies and Perfume Posse.

I am not really the cool, crisp and classy kinda guy or gal on most occasions, there are plenty of words to describe me (some of them even printable in a family blog such as this) but those three seem elusive, to say the least. 591 more words


An Impassioned Man - Review: Frapin Passion Boisée

By Tara

Passion Boisée is a tribute to a material which may not be glamorous but is an essential part of Frapin’s cognac making process – wood. 425 more words


The Hermès Cahiers - Sketches And Drawings By Philippe Dumas

Late last year Hermès (of which I am a bit of a fan ;) ) released nine small books – sketchbooks or cahiers – with drawings by Philippe Dumas, heir and CEO of Hermès. 381 more words

Fragrance Reviews

Winter Chic - Review: 4160 Tuesdays Doe in the Snow

By Tara

4160 Tuesdays is the quirky independent perfume house of Sarah McCartney, who makes all the fragrances by hand at her studio in west London. 492 more words