Crimes of Passion
Be Careful What You Wish For - Fruity Oudh 9ml atomiser
It's oudh, but not as you know it - softly fruity, with a strong heart
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4160 Tuesdays Be Careful What You Wish For Extrait de Parfum - from the Crimes of Passion series
I'd decided not to make an oudh fragrance, mostly because they so often seem to be brought out merely to grab a cynical share of the lucrative Arabian perfume market. (Actually there is quite a lot of oudh in The Lion Cupboard, but I chose not to mention it because I didn't want to look like I was jumping on the bandwagon.) Recently I was in Dubai, and bought five different oudhs from the soukh at the creek and decided to change my mind. It's different from most though - a citrus fruit oudh with cedarwood and patchouli, plus a new wood oil which is being called white oudh by the manufacturer; it's from a tree that grows in Indonesian mangrove swamps. Beautiful stuff. Five oudhs give it a deep, animalic woody feel, but it's not got the overwhelming stable yard stink that some of them do. (Not quite my thing although I realise that it has its appeal.) There's not much point my making an oudh cent that smells like everyone else's though, is there? So a fresh oudh for summer time, that's what we have here. Surprise yourself. That's it then, all seven. Some might go into production, some might only ever see the one batch. Once I've shared out these first batches amongst all my lovely backers, I'll let you know if there's any left over. I've not even dared to do the costing yet. Let's not think about that for the moment, let's just enjoy them.
About Crimes of Passion Indie brand 4160Tuesdays has launched Crimes of Passion, a new collection of seven fragrances: Inevitable Crimes of Passion; Dirty Honey; Maxed Out; Raw Silk and Red Roses; Midnight in the Palace Garden; Goddess of Love and Perfume; and Be Careful What You Wish For
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