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Eau de Toilette
Christopher Brosius - CB I Hate Perfume
Christopher: A fresh clean scent composed of rain drops, leaf buds, wet twigs, tree sap, bark, mossy earth and the faintest hint of spring. Flower bulbs as pretty and bright as rain drops on black twigs in March. This perfume is inspired by one of my favorite poems, Black March by Stevie Smith. It begins: "I have a friend at the end of the world. His name is a breath of fresh air." The poem ends: "But whatever names I give him, is an old friend. He says: Whatever names you give me I am a breath of fresh air, a change for you."
Dave: Early spring. Rich, dark soil, soaked from the long winter, slowly warming to fresh bloom and green. Vivid.
Black March Notes: Raindrops, leaf buds, wet twigs, tree sap, bark, mossy earth, the faintest hint of spring.
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