Perfume Could Be God
You got this exactly right, Josephine! It is truly one weird perfume. But did you like it??
Hi Marla - I do like Timbuktu...I think. It gets better the longer it's on my skin. And I have to be in the right mood. You're right - it is weird, but in a good way.
It reminds me of a ghostly wind whistling through woods. That'll be the roasted pine nuts... : - )
Vanessa, you're exactly right - that's the image I got on the drydown, too. Kind of witchy and outdoorsy with a whiff of metalic, piney smoke.
I've always thought Timbuktu was industrial wood. In a good way, but not my taste.You are so good at this.
Thanks, Joan! Sometimes I love Timbuktu and sometimes, I almost want to scrub before waiting for the drydown. If I can - wait, that is - I find myself wondering what smells good as I get busy with other things. Always good to see you.