Here it is. Enjoy
Count me as an LP#9 fan. Good, good stuff. - Dennis
Nicely done as usual Scotto! I will add this to the must sniff list!
When can we see a review of the Tea for Two?
Scotto, with your prose I think you should be writing bulk romance novels.
Wait wait...we're talking about a cologne here!?!?!
Did I read somewhere that this scent was being discontinued?
John, you have a great avatar. He's really handsome and looks mischievous.
I tried the LP#9 today, very sweet scent. The cinnamon is very pronounced in it. Definitely a great date scent. I think I would have been better off wearing it in the evening though, I got a little bit tired of it after about 10 hours of whiffing it. It seems to have tremendous staying power.
I concur on the staying power of the LP#9. I notice that it stuck to my undershirt for 2 days.
I got scotto's sampler today! Amazing packing, I was very impressed.
I'd already got a Penhaligon's sampler -- the bottles were all thrown in an envelope and the english fern broke -- the postal carrier (great lady) must've been overwhelmed.
In contrast scotto's packaging was unbelievable :-)
Anyway, I tried it on, and it kept reminding me of something. And now I know: Opium. It's by YSL I think. It's much more complex though, and I don't have the atomizer, only a sampler.
Does anyone else think it's similar, or am I just crazy?
LP#9 is the Penhaligon's scent that is most similar to "department store" fragrances, if I may say so. Opium is similar, I agree. Needless to say, the quality of the LP#9 is very high, but it is not as unique as some of their other offerings.
I went to my local perfume shop and I confirm LP9 is a carbon copy of Yves Saint-Laurentís Opium (for men). They may evolve differently depending on your skin, but the smell out of the bottle is awfully similar.