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Did you get any samples? (Not of Egoiste, I mean, but of other fragrances.)
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I've been alternating between my new purchases lately: Encre Noire and Terres d'Hermes. 

Really happy with both of them. Encre Noire will fill that smoky vetiver niche until I decide to pick up Sycomore.

I was really surprised to see Creed and L'Artisan amongst the regular turds at Winners today. Will have to go to back later.

Is Winners a store?
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It's like a Canadian Marshalls
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parfum1.com has 20% off (with a few exemptions) through tomorrow
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I think I might be the only person in the worldwide online fragrance community who dislikes Egoiste.

Tell me you at least like the original Jean-Paul Goude commercial. It is JPG at his greatest IMHO.
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Tell me you at least like the original Jean-Paul Goude commercial. It is JPG at his greatest IMHO.

Yup, I remember that! I thought it was pretty odd at the time, but I can appreciate it in retrospect.
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SOTD: Amouage Dia.

I just saw they make bath products. Any feedback from any lucky testers ?
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Lys du Desert for me today. This is the Andy Tauer scent that's part of the Decennial series celebrating Luckyscent's ten years in business. Anyone who's a fan of Tauer's style will want to check this out, as it's very much in line with his other scents. Very dry and sharp woods with an ambery sweet base.
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I haven't bathed in three full days and applied Muscs Koublai Khan yesterday. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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SOTD: Amouage Dia.
I just saw they make bath products. Any feedback from any lucky testers ?
Too expensive for me but I suppose they're good.

@HORNS: So, you've slept on the couch for the past two days?
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This morning: Slumberhouse Sova. Thick and smoky with a lingering sweetness., like a candy store burned to the ground.
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Vero Profumo - Mito

 

Just fantastic.
 

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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

Lys du Desert for me today. This is the Andy Tauer scent that's part of the Decennial series celebrating Luckyscent's ten years in business. Anyone who's a fan of Tauer's style will want to check this out, as it's very much in line with his other scents. Very dry and sharp woods with an ambery sweet base.

I just ordered a sample of L'air du desert marocain the other day, and I can't wait. I have some sort of mental hype built up about it that I'm worried will totally ruin the experience, but on the chance that it lives up to expectations, I have already noted down LdD.
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I haven't bathed in three full days and applied Muscs Koublai Khan yesterday. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

This is one of the only things I've sniffed in the past few weeks that I have really disliked. I'll try it again this coming week, but it really came off as geriatric at my first testing - like decaying dentures and hospice care.
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I just ordered a sample of L'air du desert marocain the other day, and I can't wait. I have some sort of mental hype built up about it that I'm worried will totally ruin the experience, but on the chance that it lives up to expectations, I have already noted down LdD.
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There's definitely a family resemblance between LDDM and LdD. Still, I can imagine someone not liking the former but still liking the latter. LDDM is quite heavy and dense, which some people don't like. LdD is much airier.

The true masterpiece of the Tauer lineup, IMHO, is Une Rose Chypree. It is exactly what the name suggests it is!

Also, MKK is really wonderful.
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I'll keep that one in mind as well!

And there's no reason I won't do a total about-face on MKK, either, I suppose. My first impression was not pleasant, however. Probably more associative than anything.
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