Fume Chat Episode Four is Live!

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Muddled Dukes, Reinvented Classics & Fragrant Hook-Ups Gone Wrong

Episode four of Fume Chat is here and ready to download! Nick and I are back with another roundup of their favourite new fragrances. In this episode, we talk about our personal fragrance tastes as well as showcase some new scents that are tickling our fancy. The selection ranges from the sublime to the ridiculous and back again. Scents sniffed: Nº5 L’Eau by CHANEL, This is Him! & This is Her! by Zadig et Voltaire, Origin by Aqualis, Use Abuse by Jusbox, Much Ado About the Duke by Penhaligon’s, Mirabilis by L’Artisan Parfumeur and XX & XY by Blood Concept.

Click here for the iTunes link and here for Soundcloud.

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Fragrant Reviews Round-Up: April 2016

Fragrant Reviews April 2016

Fragrant Reviews April 2016

As you may know, Nick Gilbert, my scented partner in crime and I run a perfumed Twitter project called ‘@Fragrantreviews’, in which we review fragrances in 140 characters or less. After a short hiatus, Fragrantreviews is back and in the first of a monthly round-up of posts, I bring you all of our reviews posted in April 2016! They range from the sublime to the disappointing, and all that’s in between!

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@Fragrantreviews Roundup

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As you may, or may not be aware, my good friend and scented-partner-in-crime, Nick Gilbert and I run @fragrantreviews – a Twitter account that reviews fragrances in 140 characters or less. We have great fun throwing out smelly little soundbites into the Twittersphere and seeing as I’m swamped with work and therefore, unable to bring you a full post today, I thought I would treat you to a roundup of some of my recent @fragrantreviews tweets, which can be found below the jump. Enjoy!

For more info on @fragrantreviews and to read ALL of mine and Nick’s reviews simply click here. Also, don’t forget to join me in my Periscope experiment this evening at 20:00 GMT. Full details on that can be found here.

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