Aerin has launched Limone Di Sicilia, a new fragrance in the brand’s Premiere Collection…
From Montblanc's Elixir Parfumeur series, gray ink in Wood & Tobacco: "The Montblanc Elixir Parfumeur collection embraces exquisite unisex fragrances, as well as the use of oils and the finest plants, to express maximum intensity. The scents stimulate emotions and memory through a reinterpretation of the most beloved raw material scents of all time. The fragrance of the Elixir Parfumeur Wood & Tobacco ink features a warm and woody aroma that can be highly potent. Agarwood is said to be the most expensive timber in the world. The deep gray color is inspired by the evaporation of wood and tobacco smoke." $77 for 50 ml at Pen Boutique.
Monday all over again. It’s also Hammock Day and Mango Day, and Susan Eloise Hinton’s birthday. What fragrance are you wearing?
It’s still a wee bit too hot for Hammock Day here, so I’m celebrating Mango Day with my very old bottle of Parfums de Nicolaï Eau Exotique.
Reminder: on 7/26 we’re doing Gone In Sixty Seconds…wear the shortest-lived fragrance you own…
[Harvard professor David] Edwards has spent decades exploring the world of olfaction, and after introducing several small-scale products to deliver scents over the years through his company Sensory Cloud, he rolled out a new personal scent cloud system called Nimbus at Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans this month. Resembling an egg timer, the battery-powered device creates a personal flavor cloud, using natural essences crafted into large droplets to emulate a specific flavor – like tequila.
— Read more at Coming Soon To A Bar Near You: A Flavor Hack For Food And Drink at Forbes.