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.


Anonymous 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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