CB I Hate Perfume
CB I Hate Perfume Winter 1972 was released in 2005, created by Christopher Brosius. It encompasses all the best smells of winter perfectly - snow falling, wool from your frosty little mittens, earth that is frozen. This is the Water Perfume.
Fragrantica - "Smells like wet wool and crisp air along a windy beach...very comforting...I really love this..."
Fragrantica - "I'm from the Highlands of Scotland and this smells exactly like a crisp winter morning in the glens. I definitely get the snow, but also an earthy quality and some kind of floral (no idea what). It never becomes a floral fragrance at all, but there is some hint of a flower in the background."
Fragrantica - "An interesting olfactory experience reminding me of my childhood. In the beginning of every winter my father and I used to go down to our dark, almost never used basement to get our skis for a new season. I remember the musty smell of the skis themselves, the slightly sweet and fusty smell of the Christmas tree decorations and of something else, mysterious and mundane at the same time. Also, if you remember how your mittens used to smell when they were covered with ice crust after a whole day spent playing in the snow - this is kind of close."
Fragrantica - " Reminds me of the beginning of December, or even end of November. Morning frost, rotten leaves, firm soil. First snowflakes are falling from the sky to occupy earth for another three or four months."
Full bottles of CB I Hate Perfume water perfume and absolute can be purchased at: CB I Hate Perfume.
|Perfume Name||CB I Hate Perfume Winter 1972|
|Notes||new snow, frosty woolen mittens, frozen forest and sleeping earth|
|Country of Origin||United States|