Omni
Omni
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OmniOmni Hawthorn 15.10.2014, 09:50
The hedges retain their feral coloured leaves throughout winter, a favourite of English landscape gardeners, they have a bleak fascination. Only Apres L'Ondee springs to mind as carrying the essence of Hawthorn. Others? Let's explore

Apicius
Apicius
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ApiciusApicius 15.10.2014, 11:23
I don't really have an idea how Hawthorn smells.

Can anybody explain please?

Omni
Omni
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OmniOmni 17.10.2014, 10:55
Apparently Hawthorn makes an appearance in Cuir D'Ange. Oh blast there goes more money

Bookwyrms
Bookwyrms
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BookwyrmsBookwyrms 05.01.2015, 00:11
How about Crabtree and Evelyn's Nantucket Briar?

Flavorite
Flavorite
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FlavoriteFlavorite 14.01.2015, 00:27
You read my mind! I was just thinking about "Daim Blonde" by Serge Lutens and Mihimè by Keiko Mecheri and trying to mentally grasp the common note of Hawthorn in both of these so I began to research other fragrances to try in this group and "Beige" by Chanel is recommended.

elin
elin
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elinelin 17.05.2015, 19:11
Agree with Flavorite about Daim blond. And you should try Cuir Cordoba of course Wink

Omni
Omni
234 Posts
OmniOmni 26.04.2016, 09:47
I bought a bottle of Ostara just before it was discontinued. It does have Hawthorn in the accord, but the Narcissus is prominent

Mill4r4
Mill4r4
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Mill4r4Mill4r4 11.05.2016, 22:33
Perhaps one of my most favoured trees. I get a really strong impression of Hawthorn from Chanel Beige, the EdT.

Omni
Omni
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OmniOmni 24.05.2016, 11:21
Chanel Beige is one that I have only tried in competition with others and it failed to impress me. But I must revisit. All roads lead to Chanel in the end

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