MiaTrost
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MiaTrostMiaTrost Un parfum doit avant sent bon. Guy Robert 2 years ago
MiaTrost
Registered since 26.08.2012 - active 23 hours ago
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44 Awards for Reviews
66 Awards for Statements
10 Awards for Photos
5 Awards for Blog
107 perfumes added
474 perfumes revised
3 Perfume Tags

Latest Reviews

MiaTrostMiaTrost 5 years ago
Cannabis - Il Profvmo

Cannabis All Sizzle No Steak
If your are looking for anything remotely resemblant of marihuana, you won't find it in Cannabis. Instead, the fragrance borrows from Jungle L'Éléphant with its attempt to pack a punch of spice into amber. Sweet spiciness is the common denominator...

MiaTrostMiaTrost 6 years ago
38°N 16°E - Richard Lüscher Britos

38°N 16°E Premature ending in Calabria
Richard Lüscher Britos Terroir Perfumes are designed to tell an individual story of a specific place and capture a 'terroir'. 38°N 16°E (Reggio di Calabria) is an all-natural journey to Southern Italy's olfactory characteristics....

Latest Statements

Fabulous fruity-floral rendition, grounded in resins. Dries down revealing a sweet & powdery muskiness – in that a tad synthetic perhaps.
Lemon-drop-candy vibe but the spearmint-galbanum combo is lovely. Overall a brief affair, as it's almost gone in less than an hour.
Wonderful woody iris at first. Cedar, eucalyptus and spices make for a cleverly chilled floral. Pity its drydown is a synthetic letdown.
Quintessentially gourmand. Smells like a box of cheap chocolates - some are with liqueur, others are heavy on vanillin. All in all hideous.
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Scent
Boring. Its dominant synthetic oudh accord verges on repugnant. Measured by the lofty price tag SHL attached, this one borders on shameless!
Lush, milky fig & creamy sandalwood. Honey & beeswax provide a delicate gourmandish sweetness. Lovely! Sadly the drydown is dusty & stale.
Fairly promising at first; woody, spiced up tobacco and a touch of incense. Alas, it soon collapses into synthetic blandness. Disappointing.
Nice cardamom opening morphing into a spiced up tuberose. Cacao? Nil. Good diffusion yet rapidly losing in volume. Dull and flimsy finish.
For a focus on lily look elsewhere. This is luscious tropical white flowers with polished demeanour. Lovely. But it can't dethrone Songes.
This uninspired damsel in distress is more greenish-aquatic than metallic. Flanked by a feeble lily and some waxy musk, she performs poorly.

New Blog Articles

MiaTrost 6 years ago
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The end of perfumery as we know it?
Not quite ready to accept that nothing can be done about fragrance reformulation in the name of consumer safety, I have been reading on the EU's plans to sharpen its cosmetics regulation. Rather horrified, I though I had better shared...

Album

Mia Troost, 1927
Mia Troost, 1927
Serge Lutens for Shisei...
Serge Lutens for Shisei...
Serge Lutens for Shisei...
Serge Lutens for Shisei...
Mainbocher Corset by Ho...
Mainbocher Corset by Ho...

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SantalwaltiSantalwalti 156 days ago
Thank you so much, dear Mia
(flaconphoto ONE LOVE)

I ove birds a lot..... so I like to write down these words
from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

But the night is fair,
And everywhere
A warm, soft vapor fills the air,
And distant sounds seem near,
And above, in the light
Of the star-lit night,
Swift birds of passage wing their flight
Through the dewy atmosphere.

Warm greetins

Walti
MariNomMariNom 24 months ago
Thank you very much for the welcome message!
Best wishes from Athens!
CaelanCaelan 2 years ago
Thank you for the welcome. It'll be a fun journey!
TerenteTerente 2 years ago
Thanks for the welcome message! Kiss you!
TarTar 2 years ago
Dear Mia, thank you very much, I am returning to write reviews after a really long time, maybe more than a half year :-)
DPArtistDPArtist 2 years ago
Hi Mia, thanks for the welcome, nice profile photo you have there. Have a nice day :)
NicosVNicosV 2 years ago
Thanks for the welcome :)
ToneScentsToneScents 2 years ago
Thank you for the welcome! :)
HaiweeHaiwee 2 years ago
Thank you for the warm welcome!
Blizzard23Blizzard23 2 years ago
Thanks for the welcome, Mia!