Organza

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Organza (Givenchy 1996) starts with a powdery creaminess that’s rich and complex becoming increasingly sweet as it continues.  Organza is a fluid fragrance.  It’s syrupy and smooth like velvet.  Among the wild florals the tuberose is particularly velvety.  Organza is a bit like sticking your nose in a bouquet of fresh flowers.  It’s lovely.

Top notes: gardenia, African orange flower, nutmeg, green notes, and bergamot.  Middle notes: walnut, iris, jasmine, tuberose, honeysuckle, and peony.  Base notes: guaiac wood, woodsy notes, amber, Virginia cedar, and vanilla.  

Well, today, as last Wednesday, I don’t have a story of the month to present.  I will next week though…

It was a pleasant day.  It was rainy and mild today when I went for a walk to get some espresso…  I’m enjoying the weather out here in Seattle. It’s a bit dreamy.

More tomorrow…  🙂

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