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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.

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L'Artisan Dzongkha is a woody fragrance inspired by the remote Buddhist mountain kingdom of Bhutan in the Himalayas.  Dzongkha is the spiritual language of Bhutan. This fragrance was created in 2006 by Bertrand Duchaufour. 

Reviews of L'Artisan Dzongkha

From Basenotes - "Dzongkha starts off with a spiced floral accord, subtly fruit; cardamom is dialed back. The composition smoothly evolves into its mid phases which is iris with a hint of tea (note that cardamom is still there), and then the base is mostly iris and incense with hints of a leathery accord with a touch of cypriol. The star is definitely the iris and incense, conjuring up a colour of a dark greyish pink, haunting and alluring in equal parts. Dzongkha is perhaps what a spiced, darkened, slightly butch version of Iris de Nuit would smell like. I think what really works here is the fact that Dzongkha is not aggressive, in-your-face, but elegant and spaced out."

From Makeup Alley - "Oh this is another love/hate one. I LOVE. It is so green on me, I get iris, incense, tea, and for some strange reason cocoanut. It is very unusual and would be edible on a man. Very evocative and I can think of nothing else like it except Timbuktu. Did I mention the smokey vetiver? no? well that too - fabulous."

 

 

 

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Perfume Name L'Artisan Dzongkha
Year Introduced 2006
Perfumer Bertrand Duchafour
Gender Unisex
Strength Eau de toilette, edt
Notes Peony, lychee, cardamom, tea with milk, vetiver, incense, cyprior (a grass used to make papyrus), cedar, leather and iris
Country of Origin France

2 Reviews

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  • Emma - 15th May 2015

    3
    Strange.

    I don't like this scent. For me, when I wear it the one descriptor that pops into my mind repeatedly is "strange." I've read reviews where others have mentioned a dill pickle smell which I can pick up if I look for it. There is definitely tea (not milky IMO) and grass and iris, and I can smell the idea behind the fragrance, but I'd enjoy the idea expressed differently. This is probably for those who enjoy more unique and conceptual fragrances.

  • Unknown - 4th Nov 2012

    4
    Perfect....Then Average

    This begins incredibly, with an odd opening of antique moth-eaten dresses, oakmoss, crayons, dusty bookshelves, iris, and tomato stems. No kidding! If this lasted, I'd rank this the best of L'Artisan. However, it dries to nothing more than an orris monster, resembling lipstick or hairspray.

2 Reviews

  • Emma - 15th May 2015

    3
    Strange.

    I don't like this scent. For me, when I wear it the one descriptor that pops into my mind repeatedly is "strange." I've read reviews where others have mentioned a dill pickle smell which I can pick up if I look for it. There is definitely tea (not milky IMO) and grass and iris, and I can smell the idea behind the fragrance, but I'd enjoy the idea expressed differently. This is probably for those who enjoy more unique and conceptual fragrances.

  • Unknown - 4th Nov 2012

    4
    Perfect....Then Average

    This begins incredibly, with an odd opening of antique moth-eaten dresses, oakmoss, crayons, dusty bookshelves, iris, and tomato stems. No kidding! If this lasted, I'd rank this the best of L'Artisan. However, it dries to nothing more than an orris monster, resembling lipstick or hairspray.

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