Duftanker MGO Duftmanufaktur
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Perfumes of this brand have been rated 7.8 of 10 on average. 1925 perfume ratings have been submitted so far.
The complete coverage of the entire fragrance spectrum, in order to appeal to as many buyer groups as possible, is not part of the philosophy of the MGO Duftmanufaktur. Instead, only what Hans Georg Staudt himself likes to wear is bottled. The niche within the niche, so to speak. But this does not mean that MGO Duftmanufaktur does not also create individual Bespoke perfumes according to customer wishes. All its fragrances are produced only in very small editions. So when the corresponding raw materials are out of stock, the fragrances affected by this are also no longer reproducible.
Hans Georg Staudt is obsessed with fragrances. He has access to around 1,500 ingredients, which he procures from all over the world. Important to him is a very large proportion of natural ingredients that give his perfumes "soul." In search of these, he also likes to make his own way to the Orient to buy directly there. This part of the world is also the linchpin of most of his creations. Due to his personal preference for good performance, his perfumes also have an above-average proportion of fragrances.
Hans Georg Staudt is also a workaholic and perfectionist. In addition to his professional work as a management consultant, he spends every free minute on the mental and technical realization of fragrances. This includes not only procuring raw materials and preparing essences, but also bottling his fragrances himself, designing flacons and brands, and shipping his creations. Everything from a single source.
If you want to know more about Hans Georg Staudt, the man who is the MGO Duftmanufaktur, you should read the detailed interview "Consumer meets producer - a visit to the MGO Duftmanufaktur" with him.
Resinous wood and some kind of smokey scent
Regarding this perfume I think that with a title like the one in this review I could have described it. I suppose that the birch tar in combination with the tobacco + labdanum (?) Is what gives me a smoky sensation, enhanced...
I think it rarely happens to me that reading the notes before smelling a perfume, I can imagine how it smells. This is one of those cases. I would say it smells just as it is described. It reminds me a lot of one of my favorites from Bortnikoff: Sans...