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Wase Haile & Dia de los Muertos

Good Judy's Wase Haile 2008
"Toast soaked in honey mead, spiced pears, warm cider."

Honey and spicy pears is drydown. It's simply golden and warm. In less than an hour, the cider has joined the mix. This is one of the loveliest holiday perfumes I've ever tried. I just want to lick my arm!

BPAL's Dia de los Muertos 2009
"...dry, crackling leaves, the incense smoke of altars honoring Death and the Dead, funeral bouquets, the candies, chocolates, foods and tobacco of the ofrenda, amaranth, sweet cactus blossom and desert cereus."

Completely floral for drydown. The floral note is something like lily; maybe a carnation thrown in there. It's definitely funereal. A waxy and almost incense-y/smoky note seeps into the floral after an hour. Everything remains unchanging for its life.

I really don't think this is for me because I'm not jazzed about this at all. Off to ye olde sales.

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