Bread implies safe--These perfumes are not
Frederic Malle En Passant -very nice lilac bomb, so soft and fresh, I don't get any "bread" but love this one (maybe a bit of a light bread quality on the fade just the soft, slightly sweet well rounded aspects of bread) L'Artisan Jour de Fete - Milder version but very much of the same mind as Jeux de Jeux Serge Lutens Jeux de Peux - This is a tough one. On first smell I was not a fan. I got burnt sugar upfront and very strong (verging in a headache) after that initial note fads the rest of the perfume is so soft and lovely. Weirdly after multiple pairings I started to like that first assaulting note...if you can stand it and pay attention to it (and trying it in very light application) it opens up and you get a milk, bread and soft burnt sugar at the boulagerie vibe. But this is really not for everyone, and you have to be willing to have multiple experiences with it.