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Pacific Forest and Komorebi. New natural perfumes that make the forest come alive

Laurie Erickson of Sonoma Scent Studios has a lovely collection of *natural perfumes. Cocoa Sandalwood continues to be one of my favorite sandalwood fragrances, and in fact, turned me into a full fledged sandalwood lover. 475 more words

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Most (un)suitable perfume for summer

We all know that creating a perfume is not an easy job. First you have to come up with an idea that would appeal to a potential customer. 588 more words

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My top 6 summer chillout perfumes

Today is the official beginning of astronomical summer. Calendar summer starts tomorrow. Yay! The weather is getting warmer and more sunny, we have the longest days in the year right now and we should use them for travelling, sightseeing, discovering new places, cultures and cuisine. 812 more words

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The Hound's Guest Post on CaFleureBon: Sonoma Scent Studio Jour Ensoleille & Picnic at Hanging Rock Draw

One of my favorite fragrance industry experts, Michelyn Camen, Editor in Chief at CaFleureBon, recently asked me to contribute to one of my favorite fragrance sites with a guest post.   140 more words

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Unity in duality, Sonoma Scent Studio Yin & Ylang

Laurie Erickson, founder and perfumer (she’s like a grand institution, multi-talented person) of Sonoma Scent Studio has recently launched a new fragrance in her line. 805 more words

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New Release: Yin & Ylang by Sonoma Scent Studio

A little over a month ago I was reading on one of my favorite sites, CaFleureBon, that CaFleureBon editor Michelyn Camen and perfumer Laurie Erickson had teamed up to create a new perfume based on a concept developed by Michelyn.   438 more words

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Perfume Haiku Series: Champagne de Bois by Sonoma Scent Studio


Champagne de Bois by Sonoma Scent Studio

Golden amber rays
Flood a dungeon flamed with light
Filled with sacred woods

~The Smelly Vagabond

Perfume Haiku Series