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Slumberhouse Baque Parfum Extrait

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Perfume Description

Slumberhouse is a boutique label from Portland, Oregon. A group of young men who march to their own beat, they are inspired by urban and street culture, art, film and music - especially the new school of hiphop and graffiti artists. They march to their own beat and embrace an absolute disregard for other brands, trends and marketing cliches. Slumberhouse represents an unequivocal love for the art of fragrance making and it shows!

Baque is a discontinued fragrance that has come back and we are very happy! It is a gorgeous boozy, sweet tobacco scent that features notes of apricot, cedar, straw, vanilla, tobacco leaf, davana, ambergris and parchment.

Baque is a parfum extrait.

A portion of a review From Eiderdownpress.com

The very first thing I smell when Baque hits my skin is the scent of cognac, underpinned with leather, followed by a chaser of buttered rum. There aren’t a lot of perfumes that open with heavy base-notes, the way this one does, and manage to do so with an olfactory sensibility that strikes one as aristocratic rather than rough-hewn. The whiff of cognac is deep, and deepened further by the turn it takes into dark buttered-rum territory, and exceptionally smooth. Pockets open up within it where the tobacco appears, and when it peeks out, this is a pale blond tobacco—almost a spirit of tobacco, one that is sun-cured and unlit. When Baque has been on the skin for a good half an hour or longer, it begins to change again and suddenly there is smoke, low-banked, slightly tarry, and leathery in a way that reminds one of the olfactory ingredient that spells Russian leather—birch tar. This low-key smoke swirls around something lightly spicy—a hint of cinnamon—before the final development in this changeling fragrance takes shape. Up to this point there hasn’t been much hint of it (except in the whiff of buttered rum that the fragrance exudes in its early stages), and one wouldn’t expect to find a layer of creaminess at the bottom of this regally austere perfume. Until, voila!, it appears, smelling like golden, toasted flakes of coconut, very natural and pleasing but also quirky and unexpected! This is not a beachy coconut smell, it is the smell of a pleasing, vanillic richness that lightens the nature of the scent and strikes one as ingenious. It is probably a coconut smell that is achieved by way of sandalwood, for in the final stages of wear, hours later, it dissolves completely into the soft, slightly arid and creamy smell of stand-alone sandalwood. Altogether, Baque smells like the tobacco scent that a refined rock-god would wear.

 


Slumberhouse Baque Parfum Extrait

Slumberhouse is a boutique label from Portland, Oregon. A group of young men who march to their own beat, they are inspired by urban and street culture, art, film and music - especially the new school of hiphop and graffiti artists. They march to their own beat and embrace an absolute disregard for other brands, trends and marketing cliches. Slumberhouse represents an unequivocal love for the art of fragrance making and it shows!

Baque is a discontinued fragrance that has come back and we are very happy! It is a gorgeous boozy, sweet tobacco scent that features notes of apricot, cedar, straw, vanilla, tobacco leaf, davana, ambergris and parchment.

Baque is a parfum extrait.

A portion of a review From Eiderdownpress.com

The very first thing I smell when Baque hits my skin is the scent of cognac, underpinned with leather, followed by a chaser of buttered rum. There aren’t a lot of perfumes that open with heavy base-notes, the way this one does, and manage to do so with an olfactory sensibility that strikes one as aristocratic rather than rough-hewn. The whiff of cognac is deep, and deepened further by the turn it takes into dark buttered-rum territory, and exceptionally smooth. Pockets open up within it where the tobacco appears, and when it peeks out, this is a pale blond tobacco—almost a spirit of tobacco, one that is sun-cured and unlit. When Baque has been on the skin for a good half an hour or longer, it begins to change again and suddenly there is smoke, low-banked, slightly tarry, and leathery in a way that reminds one of the olfactory ingredient that spells Russian leather—birch tar. This low-key smoke swirls around something lightly spicy—a hint of cinnamon—before the final development in this changeling fragrance takes shape. Up to this point there hasn’t been much hint of it (except in the whiff of buttered rum that the fragrance exudes in its early stages), and one wouldn’t expect to find a layer of creaminess at the bottom of this regally austere perfume. Until, voila!, it appears, smelling like golden, toasted flakes of coconut, very natural and pleasing but also quirky and unexpected! This is not a beachy coconut smell, it is the smell of a pleasing, vanillic richness that lightens the nature of the scent and strikes one as ingenious. It is probably a coconut smell that is achieved by way of sandalwood, for in the final stages of wear, hours later, it dissolves completely into the soft, slightly arid and creamy smell of stand-alone sandalwood. Altogether, Baque smells like the tobacco scent that a refined rock-god would wear.

 

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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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