Cigar De Remy by Remy Latour Eau de Toilette Spray 100ml
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The opening of Herod is sweet with the tobacco immediately at the forefront. Along with the tobacco are a few warm spicy notes, creating an all in all warm and rich scent with sweet undertones. This scent will continue on for a while, only to be softened out by a fruity undertone of osmanthus.
Composed by perfumer Matilde Bijaoui, this delightful, Moroccan themed fragrance portrays exciting scents of the Orient. It is a reinvention of the evoking softness of the finest suede, infused by a robust leathery odour. Tobacco is a commonly used note in the sweeter and more intense colognes. Many people initially think that they won’t like the note of tobacco because of its reputation. However, tobacco in fragrances is the sweet, unlit kind. The note itself doesn’t give off an ash-like scent, but rather a sweet and comforting scent. In our previous article, we provided a few specific pairing examples, for starters in this unusual pairing world. In line with our overall philosophy about personalization, in this article we will not provide pairings with branded products. Roberto will teach us how to categorize the perfumes. Categorizing is not to be seen as a limitation in this case, but rather as a help in understanding how to further pair cigars and perfumes. Roberto will also share what type of perfumes he thinks cigar lovers will appreciate. The rest is on us to individually test and identify our best pairings. The basic, evergreen question
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Sotirios Voulgaries, a Greek immigrant to Italy, founded Bvlgari in 1884. Recognised by its elegant, affectionate style, one of the oldest Italian jewellery houses get their inspirations from the works of the Italian renaissance.
I’m legit obsessed with Le Monde Gourmande, an affordable line of fragrances that includes this light and sweet vanilla perfume. It’s definitely decadent— hello, vanilla, brown sugar, and apricot—but the amber and jasmine help tone it down a bit from being too rich and heavy. I actually wear this in big crowds a lot without worrying it’ll give someone a headache.Tabaxol , for instance, is an extremely intense smelling compound, but when heavily diluted it achieves a roasted, nutty, slightly meaty scent with phenolic and metallic undertones, whereas its 'big brother' mossenate is less aggressive and possesses some interesting orris and ylang-ylang notes. Tobacco Vanille opens with an incredible scent of tobacco, paired with some spices and a touch of vanilla. The tobacco is rich, dry, and sweet, and when you pair that with a creamier sweetness of vanilla and a warm spicy undertone, you get something truly magical. The opening immediately shows why this is such a popular cologne. The fact that tobacco contains physiologically active substances was known as early as VIth century BC: there is evidence that tobacco had been already cultivated.
As the fragrance starts to dry down, we make our way into the sweeter part of this cologne. The tobacco becomes intensely sweet and is accompanied by the likes of vanilla, amber, and several woody notes. All of these notes ensure a gorgeous finish to an already stunning fragrance, leading us from a warm and spicy opening into a smooth and sweet dry down.The scent of tobacco is warm and comforting. So, it naturally works well in fall and winter. For me, nothing evokes memories of warm fires in winter more than Tom Ford Tobacco Oud with notes of tobacco, oud, and whisky. “I think fragrance might be more important than clothes,” says Ford. “Because, like music or food, scent is a very direct sensory stimulant. It provokes the senses, it brings up emotion and memory and feeling.” Tobacco absolute is used not only in the tobacco-themed fragrances, for in small quantities it adds depth and character to aldehydic frgrances and imparts some typical dryness to fougeres and oriental compositions. Tobacco notes combine well with sandalwood, castoreum, labdanum, sage, vetiver, cedar and violet-iris.