I might be wrong but this smelled to me, on first sniff, like a lamb chop, topped with mimosa, and tossed, forlornly, in a field of grass.
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Sounds delightful I personally would prefer wet ferret and strawberry parfait…actually that MIGHT actually smell interesting.
Diptyque has been latting me down fragrance wise for a while now. Too bad, but at least the candles are still glorious.
As I say, I am not sure. This one is very expensive, and has a very real and natural mimosa note ( I love mimosa.)
I could swear I could smell mutton though as I was walking along ( unless I happened to have been walking by a Greek or Turkish restaurant).
lemming killed – thank you! 🙂
Are you not fond of a basted sheep note in your perfume?
Lol. I was sorely tempted by that bottle. I’m relieved the fragrance sounds so un-tempting
No I actually feel quite guilty for posting this. My first impression was ‘gorgeous mimosa’ and I’ve no idea what led me down the muttonesque path.
It was Duncan’s birthday!
I was only smelling it on a piece of card!
How dare I be so bloody flippant!
I don’t know about anyone else, but I will take a skanky skunky note over a basted sheep note in my perfume!
I’m with you.
Not sure if this ‘zeste de mouton ‘ wasn’t just in my imagination though
thanks for making my day……
LOVE lamb. sadly Jin thinks it smells bad and has a gamey flavour. we eat it without him.
I was a hater in childhood ( MINT sauce?!! Why? ) but with Duncan’s Cypriot background, have come to love.
Under mimosa, though, not sure.
I remember trying this one. Recently. I don’t remember any animals. But I don’t remember much anything about this perfume so I won’t argue the lamb ; -)
You’re killin me.
Haha, just found this! It’s lovely (I have a bottle) and it’s beeswax, not mutton! Philistine. Bees are the small buzzy ones, sheep are far away…
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