Collage By Michelyn
We are coming upon Valentine’s Day and yes we know it is a commercial holiday but who doesn’t love “Love”. We asked our Editors and Contributors to remember their first love and of course their first kiss. Match the Editors and Contributors with their memory of their first kiss and if you guess correctly, you’ll love the fragrances you will win
Clayton Ilolahia, Contributor: A girl at school. My first kiss felt like a wet cup of marshmallows
Sandi Lundberg, Associate Contributor: On the top of a tree near my house
Hernando Courtright, Sr Contributor: My best friend’s younger brother.
Sebastian Jara, Sr. Contributor: Under a kitchen table when I was four years old
Gail Gross, Senior Editor: My first kiss was at a summer camp dance, dark corner.
Lauryn Beer, Sr, Editor: All the lights went off and I was hooked.
Ermano Picco, Editor: At summer camp on a hot morning being pinned down on top of a picnic bench by two older girls
Despina Veneti, Sr. Contributor: A boy whose family emigrated at the same time as my parents
Marianne Butler, Sr. Contributor: My first kiss was like a surprise attack, and then I ran away in panic!
Ida Meister, Senior Editor: Our braces locked
Robert Herrmann, Senior Editor: At a New Year's Eve party
Elise Pearlstine, Sr. Contributor: At a production of Olivier and I was playing the artful dodger
Danu Seith-Fyr, Sr. Contributor: Fifth grade pool party, playing kissing game
Michelyn Camen, Editor in Chief: He was 10 and I was 9 and we were behind the hedge. He smelled of dirt and sunshine and tasted of boy.
For Our First Kiss Draw
Worldwide: Olympic Orchids Kilauea and Carosella 5ml sprays
Worldwide: 50 ml of Nishane Munego Extrait
Worldwide: 100 ml of Atelier des Ors Lune Feline
Worldwide: DSH Perfumes L’Etole de Vison 10 ml
EU and US: Houbigant Bois Mystique
US and Australia: a bottle of Goldfield and Banks Southern Bloom
USA Only: Sage Machado Pearl perfume oil
If a reader matches our answers correctly, they automatically win three prizes they asked for (country restrictions) and if no one guesses correctly, the draw is TOTALLY random, which means YOU MAY NOT WIN WHAT YOU WROTE DOWN. Each entry must include the name of the editor or contributor, (Robert Herrmann’s first kiss was) to be eligible and of course you must be a Registered CaFleureBon reader click here, and use your registered name. You can only enter once on the same IP. You can list as many as you want. What was your first kiss? Draw closes 1/24/2019
We announce the winners only on site and on our Facebook page, so Like Cafleurebon and use our Blog FEED…or your dream prize will be just spilled perfume