Monday, April 21, 2008

One Sentence Perfume Review: Une Fleur de Cassie, Frederic Malle Editions de Parfums

















Did you know that Detchema and Le Dix had a baby?



Notes per Bois de Jasmin: bergamot, rose, violet, aldehydes, cassie, mimosa, jasmine, clove, cedarwood, sandalwood, musk.


Das Neugeborene, Karl Heyden (1845-1933).

4 comments:

Perfumeshrine said...

The correlative process by which review and painting are formed in your mind provides me with mirth.
Now I am going to wash my mouth ten times and try not to be so anal in commenting.

Great post! ;-)

Renee said...

Is it a beautiful baby? It has lovely parents ...

chayaruchama said...

Whatever shall we DO with you ?
It IS a beautiful baby, Renee.
Glorious.

I love your twisted mental gyrations, you nymphet, you.

BitterGrace said...

Don't, E--I love your comments just as they are. You raise the tone of this smutty blog ;-)

Chaya's right, Renee, it is a beautiful baby. More modern, a little edgier than its parents, but definitely a chip off the old block.