March 5, 2018
Creative Director Clara Malloy of Memo Paris has enjoyed a prolific and successful relationship with defacto in house perfumer Aliénor Maissenet, (now of Symrise). Memo's leitmotif is sense of place, memories of journeys; in fact the name Memo comes from the word memories. The first, Marfa, was inspired by Clara Malloy’s trip to Marfa, Texas, a town in the high desert. Sr. Contributor Sebastian Jara is a big fan, and it changed his mind that tuberose couldn’t be worn easily by men. Tuberose is a big note that had a big moment last year, and tuberose for men is much more acceptable. With notes of agave and cardamom, the desert beckons. Sr. Contributor Sebastian Jara of the YouTube Channel Smelling Great, and founder of a popular Facebook Group reviews Memo Paris Marfa Spices, a wonderful example of tuberose for men.
Thanks to EuroPerfumes the US distributor of Memo Paris we have a 100ml bottle (valued at $500) of Memo Paris Marfa Spices a Tuberose for men for a registered CafleureBon reader and Smelling Great subscriber in the USA. The random winner is Frankie. Please email michelyn at cafleurebon dawt com with Memo Paris Marfa Spices as your subject. Please include your mailing and phone details by March 6, 2018 7 PM EST. 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 for their generosity would be much appreciated in your email that you send to us.
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