Aedes de Venustas has just received a batch of hard-to-find European fragrances including the relatively recent releases Cèdre, Tonka, and Pivoine eaux de toilette by Estéban. I very quickly tested these in Paris and, at first sniff, thought that Cèdre was the most interesting until the dry down, that is, which I seem to recall was paradoxically less rich and deep than the body of the perfume. Pivoine, as I recall, was the least exciting, smelling nice but a bit banal. However, I should certainly try to test them again more at length.
Aedes has also received Paestum Rose by Le Sirenuse.
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