Monday, July 28, 2014

Persolaise's Favourite Rose Perfumes In The Scented Letter


I'm very pleased to announce that the second issue of The Scented Letter - the e-magazine of the newly-founded Perfume Society - features a piece by me in which I delve into that most swoon-inducing of topics: my favourite rose perfumes. The magazine is available only to the Society's subscribers, so it would be unfair for me to reveal much about my article here. However, I will say that it was pretty tough to write, mainly because I had to limit my fragrance choices to no more than seven! You'll have to read the piece to discover which scents made it through to the final list. But as the selection was so difficult, I thought I'd use this post as a platform from which to give a shout-out to the wonderful creations which I had to reject. These ended up on the virtual cutting room floor either because they didn't quite fit the angle of the article or because I thought I ought not include more than one perfume per brand. In no particular order, they were:

No 18 from Chanel
Mohur from Neela Vermeire Créations
La Fille De Berlin from Serge Lutens
Rose Barbare from Guerlain
Lipstick Rose and Une Rose from Editions De Parfums Frederic Malle
2 from Comme Des Garçons
Rose Ikebana from Hermès
Oud Ispahan from Christian Dior
Paris from Yves Saint Laurent
Imogen Rose from Gorilla Perfume
and Rose Absolue from Annick Goutal

So, from that list above, can you guess which rose scents I did feature in the article?

To read the latest issue of The Scented Letter, you'll have to subscribe to the Perfume Society; click on this link for more info.

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