Posts Tagged: myrrh

Nabucco by Nabucco Parfum Fin: art, craft or ritual?

I have never been too keen on picking a side in the┬ádebate.“Is perfume making art or craft? A spiritual expression or a commercial aspiration?”. Mostly because I don’t think that this is a simple question to answer. To me it

Nabucco by Nabucco Parfum Fin: art, craft or ritual?

I have never been too keen on picking a side in the┬ádebate.“Is perfume making art or craft? A spiritual expression or a commercial aspiration?”. Mostly because I don’t think that this is a simple question to answer. To me it

Christian Dior Eau Sauvage Parfum: scent as memory

When I first read news of an upcoming Eau Sauvage Parfum release a few years ago I felt childishly excited. Eau Sauvage in its original form is one of the few cologne type fragrances that I call ‘perfume’. Citrus, vetiver

Christian Dior Eau Sauvage Parfum: scent as memory

When I first read news of an upcoming Eau Sauvage Parfum release a few years ago I felt childishly excited. Eau Sauvage in its original form is one of the few cologne type fragrances that I call ‘perfume’. Citrus, vetiver

Myrrhe Ardente: let the festive times roll

Early in January I did the unthinkable: I spent five days wearing only one fragrance, Myrrhe Ardente! Despite my very promiscuous perfume life I had to travel and I wanted to travel light with something versatile, comforting and interesting at

Myrrhe Ardente: let the festive times roll

Early in January I did the unthinkable: I spent five days wearing only one fragrance, Myrrhe Ardente! Despite my very promiscuous perfume life I had to travel and I wanted to travel light with something versatile, comforting and interesting at

La Myrrhe: a sculpture of liquid light

La Myrrhe was a calculated blind buy. I love myrrh but in the obvious association with incense it creates the atmosphere of an Orthodox church for me. It is an olfactive memory deeply rooted in my childhood years. All Greeks

La Myrrhe: a sculpture of liquid light

La Myrrhe was a calculated blind buy. I love myrrh but in the obvious association with incense it creates the atmosphere of an Orthodox church for me. It is an olfactive memory deeply rooted in my childhood years. All Greeks