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Floating Petals: Review - Neela Vermeire Creations Pichola

By Tara

Neela Vermeire Creations refract different aspects of India through the prism of French perfumery. The result is a quality collection of striking and evocative fragrances which are equally refined and complex. 449 more words

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From Siberia to Samovar: Review - Masque Milano Russian Tea

By Tara

Russian Tea made several bloggers’ Best Perfumes of 2014 lists and having a fondness for tea fragrances myself, I was keen to check it out. 455 more words

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A Cosmopolitan Woman - Review: The Different Company I Miss Violet

By Sandra

Bertrand Duchaufour is one of my favourite perfumers of all time. Whenever a new perfume is released that he has created, I scramble to the computer and order a sample as quickly as possible. 527 more words

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Bejewelled: Review - Ann GĂ©rard Rose Cut

By Tara

I first encountered Rose Cut at the Perfume Lovers London “Roses Revisited” event. We tried an awful lot of rose fragrances that evening so it must have made an impression for me to request a sample. 453 more words

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Daydreaming - Review: Guerlain Mitsouko Vintage Parfum de Toilette

Hi Olfactoria’s Travellers,

Portia in the OT house from Australian Perfume Junkies and Perfume Posse (and now writing for My Perfume Samples too).

Mitsouko, Mitsouko, Mitsouko… 464 more words

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Plum Japonais by Tom Ford

When smelling Plum Japonais, a magical occurrence takes place: I envisage location and taste. I love these moments in perfumery, namely because as someone that drives the ‘perfume is art’ dogma with a great passion, I feel that if scent evokes another sense, it satisfies one of the functions of art. 656 more words

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