May 30, 2018
The House of Mancera Parfums was created by the founder of the company, Pierre Mancera, uses high quality raw ingredients and are bottled in art deco flacons. Many of the scents are distinctively “Eastern” in feel and the company is known by many for their use of oud; the surprise is just how many “western” leaning fragrances are in the range. A perfumista favorite is Mancera Parfums Cedrat Boise (2011) which combines two popular classifications in fragrance: citrus and woody. Cedrat is a type of citrus known as a citron and Boise (pronounced bwhaz) means wood or woody. No “cedrat”, i.e. citron is listed in the notes, but a crisp lemon and a burst of bergamot recreate it beautifully. Lest you think this is yet another citrus-woody-aromatic,Cedrat Boise differs with its warmth; hints of spices, fruit and moss take this fragrance from bright and bold to woody and rich. But it’s the smooth operators- the sandalwood and a tease of vanilla that differentiates Mancera Cedrat Boise
Thanks to Europerfumes the US distributor of Mancera Parfums, a registered CafleureBon reader and Looking Feeling Smelling Great subscriber in the USA we have a bottle of Mancera Cedrat Boise (120 ml/ $180).The random winner is FredTieMq3. Please email Michelyn at Cafleurebon dawt com with Mancera Parfums Cedrat Boise as your subject by 5/31/2018 6 PM EST and please include your complete mailing and phone details. This is a deadline and no exceptions if you are late or misspell CaFleureBon. Please use your email from your comment so we know it is you. A kind thank you to Europerfumes in your email is greatly appreciated. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE LOG-IN AND REGISTRATION FOR CAFLEUREBON SITE IS ON THE UPPER RIGHT
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