Thursday, March 31, 2005


Miel de Bois

Miel de Bois

Stupid blogger! I wrote a smashing review for this fragrance several hours ago and though it had posted! I'll try to re-hash it from memory!

The notes according to Aedes are:

Top: ebony, gaiac and oak wood
Middle: honey
Base: beeswax, iris and hawthorn.

As soon as I applied it to my skin the wood was quite apparent. It was like walking through the wood section at the hardware store. All of the sudden a burst of Bit-O-Honey waifs in. So imagine yourself humming while walking down the isles and then you stop to pop in a Bit-O-Honey in your mouth. Mash those fragrances together and that's what Miel de Bois is all about!
It's not overly sweet because the woods take up most of the fragrance leaving enough room but not too much for the honey to seep through.

This would be very sexy in autumn or winter and would be gorgeous to wear from morning to night under the cloak of a heavy leather jacket and your legs covered by thigh high black leather boots! It's far too heavy for me to wear this time of year.

It retails for $89.00/1.7 oz. at Aedes or Barneys.

Will it go with a bottle of rum as well as it coordinates with my boots? Yo!Ho!Ho!
Aye matey! This fragrance is a fearless as you are!
Wonderful review! Regretfully, the fragrance turns quite unpleasant on my skin. I could not believe what I smelled, because I am usually delighted by everything from Serge Lutens.
Beauty and style coupled with a sweet fragrance can make most men stop and stare at their anonymous encounter. Today perfumes are considered to be the most luxurious and sensuous body fragrance products that create a magical touch.

Post a Comment

<< Home


February 2005   March 2005   April 2005   May 2005   June 2005   July 2005   August 2005   September 2005   October 2005   November 2005   December 2005   January 2006   February 2006   March 2006   April 2006   May 2006   June 2006   July 2006   August 2006   September 2006   October 2006   November 2006   December 2006   February 2007   March 2007   May 2007   June 2007   July 2007