Baghari (Robert Piguet 1950) is bold, sensuous neroli, iris, bergamot and aldehydes in the opening. Baghari is embracing and sultry. And, in the drydown musk and eventually a clear vintage vetiver is found. It’s a very memorable fragrance….
Top notes are aldehydes, bergamot and neroli; middle notes are bulgarian rose, jasmine, iris and violet; base notes are amber, vanilla, musk and vetiver.
It was a particularly busy day yesterday… We’re getting ready to leave on Sunday and there’s been a few errands to run, things to organize, clean etc. before we go. I feel a mixture of both calmness and exhilaration admist the sadness I’ve already mentioned (hopefully not too often). And, meanwhile, our son is growing by leaps and bounds everyday… Tonight will hopefully be a time to wander around St. Paul a bit before we go.
Until later… 🙂