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Review of L'Artisan Parfumeur Passage d'Enfer

When I sampled the house of L'Artisan, I found that most of their scents seem too raw and/or foody. That changed with Timbuktu and Passage d'Enfer. Timbuktu will some day occupy the place that Bois Blond had for me (it is getting too expensive :eek:). It is one of the best insence fragrances I have tried.
However, Passage d'Enfer smells a lot like Rush but it is more wearable than Visit. I ended up buying an AS of Christian Lacroix Tumulte at TjMaxxx and use it as a cologne.

Yeah I am that "cheap" :biggrin:
 
When I sampled the house of L'Artisan, I found that most of their scents seem too raw and/or foody.


I got a whiff of L'Artisan's Tea for Two and thought "Wow, this is interesting!" Wore it and I swear I got enough sweet chai aroma in those 8 hours that I didn't want chai for a long, long time.

And I'm not fond of their use of hazelnut and what smells like peanut butter to me in a few of their fragrances. Love to eat it, like hazelnut in my coffee or in Nutella, but not on my skin to smell all day.
 
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