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“Binding Flower Bouquets in the Hammam”


by Robert (1970)

Made by nose Henri Robert one year before Coco died.

Green galbanum and iris opening (leathery, not floral); coriander, dusty; talcum? Some woods, vetiver (but no labdanum to put it into the chypre category), some rose and hyacinth inbetween. Maybe bay leaf; then old, dried flowers. Galbanum keeps it all in check. Lots of moss; rosewood? Certainly dry. After 30 minutes, it's very dry and faint, a tad woody; and oddly, some milk chocolate.

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