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In cold weather, cinnamon and sandalwood. In warm weather, white florals and orange blossom. In every season, vanilla in the background to smooth things over and warm them up.

I’ve never really thought about this because I guess it’s the “concoction” that will win me over or having me turn my nose up (quite literally) in disgust. But it’s probably patchouli (the aging hippie in me), vetiver and either rose or something citrus-y.

Tobacco, leather, patchouli. And preferably complimentary notes to follow (hay, sweet woods, a whisper of vanilla). I’m obsessed with Palo Santo, but I prefer perfumes that feature it as a single note rather than a blend.

I’m a gourmand fragrance lover; I don’t like too sweet scents in general (or on others), but on me most sweet fragrances don’t smell sweet (I have an odd body chemistry 😅).

My favorite scent is definitely vanilla.
I tend to like a lot fragrances with pears and caramel.
Only, I’m quite attracted to some florals, especially orange blossom and freesias.

Sorry, but I can just pick three… the beauty of fragrances for me is how they combine multiple aromas in one identity.

Warm spicy, vanilla, and tied for third are woody and floral/white floral.

My lighter fragrances lean more to fruity, sweet, and white floral and/or bergamot/orange/citrus notes.

Jasmine and orange blossom (my first and second favorite scents). I think gardenia, magnolia, and lily are tied for third. I mostly gravitate towards fruity and beachy scents but if a floral contains any of the scents mentioned above, I usually add it to my list if it’s not too overpowering.

Ooooh this is a tough one. Please don’t make me choose….. Orange blossom/pettigrain/neroli. oakmoss. natural smelling citrus. good sandalwood/rosewood. incense, spice, green, aquatic, fresh floral – any color. Combos of above.
Despite cheating on my #, it does make it easier that I dislike vanilla, sweet, most patchouli, most fruity, most musk, most powder, aldehydes if detectable.

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