Pullman (Dana 1968) is a masculine, lavender fragrance. It’s like Yardley’s English Lavender but with an opening of strong citrus and vetiver throughout. Pullman is cool-headed and intelligent but with a certain softness. It also lasts a fairly long time on the skin and amazingly is cool and refreshing many hours after application.
While I couldn’t find a list of the notes for Pullman, my nose detects: lavender, rosemary, amalfi lemon, bergamot, vetiver, clary sage (?), musk, sandalwood, and jasmine (?).
Well, we didn’t even make it to the Farmer’s Market yesterday… So, instead I made New England Clam Chowder, with crutons and a peach pie for desert. I mostly made everything from stratch, but I did use an already made pie dough and a baguette for the crutons… I’ll post photos on Instagram. I hope my husband likes it. He deserves a special day for how hard he works and for what a good father he is to our son…
I hope you’re having a nice weekend and to all the fathers out there, happy Father’s Day! 🙂