Tuesday, January 15, 2008

One Sentence Perfume Review: Moss Breches, Tom Ford Private Blend























Both ethereal and earthy, the scent of Galadriel meeting the Hobbits--or rich ladies making mud pies.


Notes from The Perfumed Court: fresh wood, spice notes, beeswax absolute, Moroccan clary sage, Hungarian tarragon, Corsican rosemary, labdanum, patchouli and benzoin

Photo from Wikimedia Commons.

4 comments:

Renee said...

Moss Britches?! hee hee
That Tom Ford, he's a card.

BitterGrace said...

Ha! That's just what I thought. As far as I can tell, "breches" means gap or breach--makes absolutely no sense whatsoever as a perfume name.

The scent, however, is extremely nice. Really, I'm not kidding. It's a near dead-ringer for Ava-Luxe Moss--which is sadly no longer available, so I am actually thinking about getting me a bottle of Moss Britches.

chayaruchama said...

Agreed, my gals.
I sprung for this a year ago, and am glad I did.
Wondrous stuff.

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