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Nicolaï, Parfumeur-Créateur

Cologne Sologne

$5.00

Launched in 1989 by Nicolaï Parfumeur Createur, Cologne Sologne is one of my favourite colognes. Colognes are the perfect scent choice for summer days and the last few years have seen colognes make a big comeback. But for me, they never went away.

Uncomplicated, refreshing and light, colognes are an invigorating pick-me-up on hot, sticky days and have become a beauty classic for men and women in Europe.  

$5.00
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Rose Pivoine

$5.00

Launched in 1998 by French niche line Nicolaï Parfumeur Createur, formerly known as Parfums de Nicolaï, Rose Pivoine is, according to their website  “A rose and peony explosion in a green June garden!” any time of year.

$5.00
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Carré d’As

$4.00

Carré d’As is an aromatic fougere (French for fern), but it’s a fougere with a twist. The traditional men’s fougere recipe* calls for citrus in the top notes, followed by a strong dose of lavender, a classic aromatic note in perfumery, which is then followed by coumarin, which smells somewhat like fresh hay. Patricia de Nicolai has interpreted Carré d’As as modern fougere by cleverly opening her scent with a tangy pure lime note, and by replacing lavender with ginger and mint, plus a hint of cool melon.
 

$4.00
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Ambre Cashmere Intense

$4.00

Launched in 2015, by Nicolai Parfumeur Createur, Ambre Cashmere Intense is one of my favoutire amber frags.

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Balle de Match / L'Eau De Sport

$4.00

Balle de Match / L'Eau De Sport was launched in 2002 by Parfums de Nicolaï/ Nicolaï Parfumeur Createur.

Confused? Let me help. Balle de Match was launched in 2002 by Parfums de Nicolaï. In 2014, the fragrance, and the company, changed their names, so now it’s L'Eau De Sport by Nicolaï Parfumeur Createur. Same juice, different name – get it? But I’m going to stick with its birth name: Balle de Match.

$4.00
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