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Safran Troublant L`Artisan Parfumeur for women and men

Safran Troublant L`Artisan Parfumeur for women and men
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Safran Troublant by L`Artisan Parfumeur is a Oriental Spicy fragrance for women and men. Safran Troublant was launched in 2002. The nose behind this fragrance is Bertrand Duchaufour. The fragrance features passion flower, sandalwood, red rose, vanilla, saffron, sugar and ginger.

Perfume rating: 4.12 out of 5 with 511 votes.

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Passion Flower Sandalwood Red Rose Vanilla Saffron Sugar Ginger

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Safran Troublant Fragrance Reviews

janeofdoe
janeofdoe

This is stunning! I can see this being a great SPICY perfume for the heat. It's definitely saffron, but really sheer after the dry down. I definitely see purchasing this in the future. Thank you "ThisVulture" for the glorious sample! My PFF ;)

Sep
12
2016
Cams
Cams

Safran Troublant is warm, soft, intimate, beautifully blended, and feminine. It's one of those fragrances that when I wear it people lean in for a closer sniff. I enjoy its calming, comforting and sophisticated presence.

Aug
18
2016
Daddario
Daddario

Interesting how differently can perfume behave on two skins. I bought this for myself longing for saffron scent. When sniffing the cap it was like opening the jar of dried saffron, but on my skin it was all about creamy spicy rose, very feminine with saffron buried somewhere deeply under. Creaminess reminded me of Lanvin Oxygene and rose accord of Perles de Lalique. Before giving it away I offered spritz to my wife and that was completely different story. Beautiful realistic saffron accord like when dried saffron is thrown to a warm arborio rice. No detectable rose at all. I wish I had her skin. So the bottle goes on her shelf instead. Luckily I can at least enjoy it on her. I don't understand the longevity complaints as I could detect it on myself from morning to late afternoon.

Aug
18
2016
luxbuyer
luxbuyer

زعفران

سافران تروبلنت فضایی متضاد با نام خودش داره و حس و حال زعفرانی و گورمند جذابی داره که نوستالژیک و احیاگر خاطرات تابستانی شیرین و نابه!
نه اینکه عطری تابستانی باشه؛به هیچ وجه!
بلکه حسی از بستنی های زعفرانی شیرین و دوست داشتنی قدیم رو زنده می کنه که عضو مهم و لاینفکی از خاطرات تابستانیم به شمار میرن!

سافران تروبلنت گرم و زعفرانی و شیرین باز میشه که تندی خفیفی هم درش حس میشه.این رایحه ی زعفرانی باکیفیت؛به آرامی شیرین تر و خامه ای میشه و این لحظاتش خاطره ی بستنی و تابستان و دلچسبی اون فضا رو برام زنده میکنه.
عطر گرم و گورمند و نسبتا سنگین زعفرانی؛با اضافه شدن زنجبیل؛تند و ادویه ای تر میشه و هرچه جلوتر میره شدت اون به آهستگی افزایش پیدا میکنه و به عطری زعفرانی؛ادویه ای با پس زمینه ای دودی تبدیل میشه که گرم و شیرینه.
این بوی آشنا اما زیبا؛مدتها به مشام میرسه تا اینکه کم کم روایح فلورال با محوریت رز و حاشیه ای کرمی و لطیف به این فضا اضافه شده و فضای زعفرانی-ادویه ای قدرتمند رو کنار میزنن و سافران تروبلنت تبدیل میشه به عطری رز بو؛خامه ای؛کمی آبدار و تازه و کمی پودری که زعفران عظیم حاکم بر اون کاملا ضعیف و گوشه نشینه.این بخش عطر رو در عطرهای بسیاری حس کردم و متفاوت و خاص نیست اما کیفیت بسیار خوبی داره که خیلی دلفریب و زیباست و زیبایی همیشه دوست داشتنیه و ابدا تکراری و خسته کننده نیست!
زعفران ضعیف شده؛باز هم قدرت می گیره و بدون اون حس تند و داغ ادویه ای؛با پیوستن به فضای گلی؛پایانی زیبا برای عطر رقم میزنن.
عطر زعفرانی؛فلورال؛خامه ای؛شیرین و کمی پودری.

این عطر بر خلاف اسمش؛اضطراب و تشویشی درش حس نمیشه بلکه خیلی جذاب و اعتماد به نفس زاست که در هوای پاییز و روزهای زمستانی؛میشه گرمای آرامش بخشی ازش گرفت.
نمایش با کیفیت و زیبایی از رایحه ی آشنای زعفران با همراهی رز و ادویه و شیرینی جات؛با ماندگاری و پخش قابل قبول...

کامنت:م.ع

(سایت لوکس بایر (با امکان تست سمپل

Aug
02
2016
Xango
Xango

Not my usual fare but delightful, creamy, and very comforting. I love how the rose doesn't dominate, as is its wont, and allows the vanilla sugar + sandalwood combination to come out. Alas, I don't get ginger here, but what a great scent!

Jul
17
2016
6opar
6opar

Seductive, Comforting, Warm, Allusive, Natural. Creamy.

L'Artisan bringing brilliance to the world yet again.

A simple but very convincing accord, not at all loud (L'Artisans never are) but so demanding. It just grabs my attention and releases it once itself gone.

This master work of saffron, vanilla and rose (mostly rose on me) is indescribably excellent and has my surrender each time i bring it to life on my skin.

*****

Jul
02
2016
scentedrat
scentedrat

I tried this a few years ago and loved it. It was sweet but in a mild, comforting way. The vanilla was whisper soft and the spices blended so that it didn't scream saffron, and wasn't foody. I recently got another sample and wow, definitely different! Now it seems more like just a spicy saffron, like a cooking smell almost. The soft vanilla was still there, but the overall impression was not as soft as before (about 6 years ago). I'm not a saffron fan, but I loved the way it smelled the first time I tried it. I don't like it now. Too kitchen-y.

Jun
10
2016
Shimba
Shimba

If you want know that how is the smell of 'Safran Trou...'
You can create it according to the below instruction in your home!!
- One and a half cups; sugar
- One cup (A little less than a cup); water
- A quarter of a teaspoon; Vanillin
- Less than a quarter of a teaspoon; Saffron (Natural saffron)
- One-sixth of a cup; Rose Water
now
dissolve sugar in water, also add vanilla-saffron-rosewater and a bit stir it. then put the solution on fire, and wait for it to boil (Boil for five minutes to make it a little thick). Now remove it from the flame and wait to cool down. Your Safran Troublant is ready :)


footnote: this really shows smell of 'Safran Trou...' to you, but just you can't spray it; you can drink it D:

Jun
10
2016
flowers4me
flowers4me

This is such a warm and comfortable scent that I often spray it on my nightgown to send me off to sleep. It still smells lovely the next morning and, indeed, for days after. For folks who complain of its brief longevity, try spraying it on your clothing. It's amazing!

Apr
08
2016
mirrorghost
mirrorghost

this starts off with a sugary-ginger with rose and saffron. it's soft, pretty and a kind of mouthwatering scent. it gets milkier from the vanilla, i guess. it kind of smells like chai and rose to me, or a middle eastern dessert. it gets even more milky on me and smells mildly animalic for a brief period. i guess it's the sugar and vanilla becoming more prominent? i'm not sure. it seems to go back and forth between these two stages. also it is very very subtle (i have a sample though.) i do like this one a lot, just wish it was a bit bolder on the skin.

Mar
17
2016
Ali J
Ali J

A ginger base fragrance; (not a dried or powdered ginger ,it's fresh ginger). this is very sweet ,too. vanille , sugar and rosewater notes have a high dose in this perfume, even higher than saffron.
saffron in this perfume just appear "singly" in the first 30 seconds of it , I want to say that despite the title, saffron aroma is not specified alone.
a few moments later perfume smells like a "saffron rock candy" or perhaps "saffron ice-cream" (the same Bastani Sonnati : a famous ice-cream in Iran); consist of vanillin , rosewater , milk and sugar.
longevity is poor literally, just 1 hour has lower middle sillage on skin, this is a big weakness and this make you hesitant to buy it

Jan
19
2016
rainbow.owl2
rainbow.owl2

the scent is lasting for ages on me... do give it a try! I think t's really lovely.

Oct
28
2015
mrsg34
mrsg34

Lovely, discreet, close to skin saffron scent that smells like well....real saffron!Elegant and light, not a spice explosion like some saffron based scents.I like stronger interpretations of this kind of scent but this is still well done and quite beautiful as I find with most perfumes from this house.Could be unisex if a man wants a mildy spiced, unobtrusive scent.
EDIT: As much as I love this scent the longevity is not great :( I'm still glad I bought it but am happier that I got it for £29.99/100ml from Tk Maxx, I wouldn't be overly happy if I had paid full price for 30 mins to an hour max wear, such a shame.

Sep
30
2015
Arabian Knight
Arabian Knight

I really thought I'd like "Safran Troublant", but it wasn't my thing at all. The rose jumped out immediately with a matronly body-cream quality, floating on top of a watery, caramel-like sweetness that reminded me of burnt custard. It's ultra feminine, boring and unrefined to my nose.

Had to sell it.

Sep
27
2015
Colin Maillard
Colin Maillard

Safran Troublant opens with an extremely realistic smell of saffron, and I mean the actual ground saffron you can buy at the drugstore, just lightly enhanced by rose and vanilla, both blending with the floral and sweeter sides of saffron. The whole, quite simple ensemble is topped with a nose-tingling spicy note resembling to cumin, a slightly cheaper hint of eugenol (cloves, basically) and an odd, almost random touch that reminds me of a sort of a damp lemongrass-infused tampon - it may sound bizarre, but it works. I think it’s due to rose. Anyway that’s it, a graceful and quite refined blend of thin spices and gentle powdery-sweet accents, with a fascinating sort of subtle, almost transparent texture revolving around the edible heart of saffron. And well, a couple of cheap nuances, but tolerably covered by the good parts. The notes may make it seem a thick Oriental “bomb”, while on the contrary it has more of a British presence – diaphanous and discreet, with a sophisticated sort of camphorous, musky, earthy yet smooth cashmere-suede feel (I think due to saffron) that adds some further elegance to this mannered blend, slightly reminding me of Hermès Cuir d’Ange. I admit this fragrance is fairly pleasant to wear, at least for the first phases of its evolution, but there’s a gigantic flaw I can’t avoid to mention and which sadly, makes Safran Troublant look like (as so many - too many niche scents) a half-baked work: the longevity, which is unacceptably short and really subtle for my tastes. Way too much. Within 20-30 minutes, you already remain with the faint, nondescript drydown it should have after 5 or 6 hours. A time machine in a bottle. Still, one of L’Artisan Parfumeur’s scents I enjoyed the most.

6,5/10

Sep
16
2015
freakypirate
freakypirate

Safran Troublant opens with a cloud of saffron mixed with sweet and sour fruity notes and bits of coumarin. I smell passion fruit (not passion flower). Then, some vanillin notes start to linger through, together with a hint of woodiness. Rose is up next. The rose is quite subtle on me, but grows in intensity as the saffron disappears. The drydown is a sweet and sour rose on a vanillin soft sandalwood base with a hint of saffron.

Sillage is moderate, longevity weak to moderate.

I love the sweet and sour opening. Despite the coumarin, the scent stays soft and almost powdery even. I am not a fan of rose scents but this one is different-- the rose supports the other notes quite well. I like the different layers of the scent, the cold vanillin, the warm rose and the sweet sour fruity notes that bind it all together. And the saffron is wonderful.

Aug
24
2015
Amour, Michele
Amour, Michele

This lasted hours on me. Granted, if you're more than 5 ft away from me, you're probably not going to smell it. However, I have nothing like this in my collection! And, it's very yummy! Dessert from another exotic world. It's milky, spicy (middle eastern spice) and a little sweet from the sandalwood. Mostly, SAFFRON! Awesome! :-) It's not something I particularly love usually, but this is very enjoyable. I definitely know what another reviewer meant by saying this smells like "body odor" (I promise didn't turn or go bad); there is a distinct BO quality but we all know not all body odor is bad!! We're human after all and we like how we smell! It still smells gorgeous and yummy! And it only smells that way if you smell it an inch away and that's not how perfume is smelt usually...

Aug
16
2015
Readysniffer1
Readysniffer1

So sad! So pretty, but so fleeting. Maybe if I wear it somewhere other than on my skin. This would be a love but I guess subtle fragrances just disappear on me...

My husband loves it, my daughter loves it. I love it. Wish I could make it stick around on me!

Aug
09
2015
archivist
archivist

At first this is a very dry, warm, spicy saffron (Indian spicy, like turmeric and cumin spicy), and I wasn't sure I liked it much. I adore saffron, but the spices weren't of the sort I get on with. However, some time later I noticed that the perfume had melded with my skin in the drydown into a lovely soft, warm, sweet, saffron-scented St. Lucia bun. Absolutely delicious.

This is a more innocent, simpler take on saffron than L'Artisan Parfumeur's "Skin on Skin" - which almost seems like it took Safran Troublant as a base, and then added the adult themes of leather, whiskey, and a frankly suggestive musk.

Jun
22
2015
Sandra Smells Scents-uous
Sandra Smells Scents-uous

The top note of SAFRAN TROUBLANT is a very strong, metallic saffron...and I wasn't too keen on it. . . But, while I was contemplating who I could give this bottle to, the saffron began to mellow and warm and mingle with a sweet, gingered rose. Eventually, the saffron shed most of the rose and combined with the vanilla, ginger and sandlewood to, curiously, create a very warm "arroz con leche" (rice pudding) scent.

To me, this frag smells just like my mother's warm, creamy "arroz con leche" with a liberal sprinkling of nutmeg. On my skin, there is a very pleasant warm milk smell that I really enjoy. Yet, I wouldn't classify this scent as sweet, rather I find this scent is best described as warm, creamy and animallic. The saffron releases a "dirtiness" that makes this EDT sexy, romantic and multi-dimensional.

SAFRAN TROUBLANT lasts a good 4-6 hours on me and radiates within arms' length. Definitely a unisex fragrance that can easily be enjoyed all year because it is not so heavy that it should only be used in colder months. It is warm, yet light, and very enjoyable.

Jun
01
2015
pepperoniann
pepperoniann

Very impressed scent-wise. Terribly disappointed about its longevity

On me this is a soft warm scent with lots of saffron and ginger. A natural sweet nuances akin to the smell of raw sugar wafts in and out alongside a subdued vanilla fragrance. During the dry down I could smell a transparent sandalwood note that is so soft it's always on the verge of vanishing. No rose. But I'm perfectly fine with that.

I especially adore Safran Troublant for its versatility. This is a scent that can be worn and enjoyed alone or paired with clean florals to give them depth and warmth. I've paired it with soft notes like tea and neroli that can be easily overpowered, and each time the combination turned out fabulous.

But it only lasts 2 hours or less on me, and my skin generally holds on to perfumes well! For that exact reason I won't purchase it.

Mar
09
2015
EnglishCountryGarden
EnglishCountryGarden

I purchased this on the strength of a decant. My first impression was not great. Seriously, I adore saffron, but straight from the nozzle, this stuff smelled real coppery, like blood, sweet, sickly, metallic and decidedly "butcherish". Anyway, undaunted (you have to admire my persistence), I applied some FSW Bollywood to my other arm just in case at some point in the day I needed a serious nose rescue. I could mention here that FSW Bollywood has saffron in it, which was the main driving force which sent me toward the Safran Troublant. From beneath my heavy english winter coat, something rather lovely began to drift nosewards. Something soft, sweet, and delicious. Like the loveliest milky saffron pudding. It smelled like 1970s ice cream, the kind you got in the middle of Count Dracula's Deadly Secret ice lollies. I was actually salivating. I checked the FSW arm. No, it wasn't coming from there, I checked the Safran arm. You know those moments when something smells or tastes so good, your eyes kinda roll back and you are yanked back to reality by the soft drip, drip of saliva falling onto your handbag? Yes, it was one of those moments. I got my son to check (he has an amazing nose), and I had to wrestle my arm free from him, as he didn't seem to be in any hurry to part with it, it was like trying to steal a bone form a particularly hungry hound. Verdict? Blood. Then sandalwood, roses, then the big finish of sweet saffron & vanilla milk pudding, or seventies ice cream. So ... I'm doing the "Google is your friend" thing, and happen upon the following article on cumin (which I have oft opined smells like a chap's armpits), which mentions saffron...... "I just had to throw this in here, since I was on the subject of cumin and man-sweat and I was sort of tight-roping sex.
I've tinctured saffron. Just a smidge cuz that's all I need. Saffron isn't one of those smells that makes you all squishy inside and ask questions. It's interesting. Foody, of course. Stains the hell out of whatever it's mixed with.
I read somewhere, can't recall where exactly (age creates these memory lapses . . . ), that women in ancient times would blend saffron paste with rose oil and apply it to their nipples for their lovers' pleasure. The theory is that the nipple sniffer becomes extremely excited and gives the old girl a healthy toss before passing out next to her, his bright orange nose glowing in the darkness.
So now I'm off to find an acceptable rose oil. And then . . . well, that's none of your business." ~ Justine Crane, Oh True Apothecary. (I lolled so hard, I had to have a bottle right there, right then.)

Feb
07
2015
mlleghoul
mlleghoul

Oh, this is such a wonderful scent. It doesn't feel spicy to me at all, and barely rosy, just a hint. What I do get is a comforting sweetness, though not at all sugary or cloying. A creamy sandalwood pudding, a warm bath lightly infused with milk and rose petals and a deep, enveloping hug. This smells like the grown up version of nightly rituals - bedtime stories and and being tucked in for slumbers , sweet dreams and all.

Oct
05
2014
androidi
androidi

Safran Troublant is a lovely, natural safran at first, but after a few hours it starts to smell more and more like an old person who hasn't been showering for a while. It's a note that's supposed to smell spicy but for me it doesn't work. The strange thing is that after maybe 7 hours the sweaty note has pretty much disappeared and the perfume is more like it was in the opening: the safran is there with a hint of vanilla.

Jul
27
2014
Eloquaint
Eloquaint

1. Grease a 12x15 inch pan.

2. In a medium-size pot, combine sugar, brown sugar, corn syrup, evaporated milk, whipping cream, and butter. Monitor the heat of the mixture with a candy thermometer while stirring. When the thermometer reaches 250 degrees F (120 degrees C) remove the pot from the heat.

3. Stir in vanilla. Transfer mixture to the prepared pan and let the mixture cool completely. When cooled cut the Carmel into small squares and wrap them in wax paper for storage.

There you have a very simple recipe that I found online for vanilla caramels. I've been thinking about it all day, and wondering if it would be possible to add some saffron to the mix, because the rich scent of Safran Troublant reminds me of a really good caramel-but the saffron, while strongest at first application, holds true for hours, so now I want caramel + saffron.

This perfume is very nearly linear to me. As I said, the initial strong blast of saffron fades, but it never disappears entirely, just combines beautifully with sugar and ginger to make a perfectly glorious treat.

Jul
13
2014
Caramelle
Caramelle

One sniff and there was no doubt I love this perfume.That was almost 10 years ago.
This is a really fine perfume, gourmand vanilla and slightly spicy, very slightly rosy but unlike other rose saffron scents it is very light. On my skin it stays very close but lasts half a day.It's creamy and dreamy. I think it is a classical "come-hither" scent and very seductive.
This is not only full-bottle worthy,it's back-up bottle worthy for me!

Jun
21
2014
jtd
jtd

Olivia Giacobetti has a way of combining disparate elements to make something that while surprising is never shocking.  Unexpected, but perfectly coherent when you think about it.  The sweet and salty hay of Dzing! The smoked-lily soap of Passage d’Enfer.

It’s a delicious way of changing our reality.  The trick is neither fantastical nor over-the-top. She gives us something that doesn't really exist, but easily could since it makes perfect sense. In Safran Troublant, she doesn't give us a talking bear or a winged horse. She gives us a rose/saffron marshmallow. Not only is this imaginable, it starts to convinces me that I might actually have eaten one of these marshmallow at some time or other.  The perfume is so persuasive that I question myself.  Is the perfume a memory or an imagination?  Giacobetti speculates so effectively that I question the experience, but she does it so deftly that ultimately I don't care.  It's as if I'm day-dreaming.  My mind eases a bit and I become more mindful and less perplexed.      

Some perfumes call to mind comparisons to the visual arts.  The portraiture of the soliflor. The fruity-floral as a still-life image. The abstract expressionism of Timbuktu.  Giacobetti breaks into the written word with her perfume. Safran Troublant is literary fiction.  It is the perfect short story.  I don’t know of any other perfumer who does this.

from scenthurdle.com

Jun
18
2014
Birdboy48
Birdboy48

I was informed today that the wonderful Safran Troublant is being discontinued, at least here in the States, along with several others from the line.

Too bad to see it join Tea for Two as unavailable anymore, so those who are interested in purchasing it might want to be on the lookout for it before it's gone for good.

Jun
13
2014
miracleborgtech
miracleborgtech

Incredibly lovely perfume! Saffron and spices and rose . . . Gourmand and luscious. Unfortunately sillage and longevity leave me wanting, but that did not deter me in getting a bottle! I want to bathe in this . . . radiate an artful warm aura. Read the reviews for this fragrance! They say it much more eloquently than I can. It leaves everyone with an imprint of niche beauty.

May
14
2014
polly golightly
polly golightly

aaahhhh che cosa bella! primissime note di zafferano, che si perdono in un bouquet di zenzero, vaniglia e rosa. molto evanescente, ma una persistenza più spinta lo avrebbe reso pressochè nauseabondo. si assesta, nel tempo, su note speziate e lievemente vanigliate.

Apr
11
2014
Q80
Q80

allot of sharp saffron with ginger as a top note,, a bit later the hint of vanilla appears, the type of vanilla that appears in Traversee du Bosphore... but the saffron is the dominant on both top and middle note. not my type

Mar
14
2014
ParfumFetiche
ParfumFetiche

This review is based on a tiny decant. This one opens up with bitter sweet saffron (almost gastronomically) and spicy cardamom (which is not listed) in the blend of creamy sandalwood and sweet vanilla. It has moderate projection and longevity on my skin.

Feb
20
2014
Fragrantlife
Fragrantlife

Love. It is love.

I smelled it for the first time today, and my limbic brain went into ecstatic overdrive. I could not think anymore. I just kept on smelling my arm, and mumbling incoherent one syllable sounds. And I walked out of the store with a 100ml bottle, which set me off by about CAD$ 168. Totally unplanned and completely compulsive.

Back home, I sprayed generously and I am now, officially, in olfactory paradise.

So, how does Safran Troublant smell like? There definitely is saffron, but that is only part of the story. While saffron remains at the centre stage throughout, it is gorgeously enveloped in softness, with a hint of rose and ginger. I presume that the vanilla and sandalwood are responsible for that incredibly aerial softness but, really, in truth I cannot pick out the specific notes. And yes, rose and ginger can be sometimes overwhelming, but that is not the case here. They simply provide a bit more depth.

All notes are so magnificently blended that I have the feeling I just found the perfect masterpiece.

That said, as noted by others, sillage and longevity are below average. I like close to the skin scents, so poor sillage is a non-issue for me. As for longevity, that's a bit of a shame.

Jan
26
2014
SweetChouli
SweetChouli

Aww, how I love this! I really really love Safran Troublant for its simple and elegant, yet somewhat naughty beauty. It's a spicy, woody rose scent wrapped up in a veil of sparkling sweet ginger and saffron!! Absolutely stunning... And highly addictive. I'll be needing gallons of this to sustain my saffron, rose, sandalwood habit over the course of my life. I hope they don't run out!

Nov
20
2013
eravi
eravi

I tried this just on paper and I loved it!!
The main note I can perceive is saffron, but it it warmed by by rose (which isn't so strong or predominant) and vanilla (which I can't smell as vanilla but more like a warm spicy note).
In this perfume I can't recognize the single notes but it's a mixture of good aromas.
I adore it!!

Oct
08
2013
zucchera
zucchera

Around Christmans in sweden we make special christmas buns with a lots of saffron in them. I love them, especially the smell of saffron.

Wearing a perfume that smells like those buns was not my cup of tea, I like the smell but it has no dimension.

I could smell the saffron scent for about 2-3 hours, the perfume it self was rather boring imo. I didn´t find anything exotic or interesting by the smell of just saffron. I´t didnt smell nor vanilla nor powder just saffron in a bitter way.

I am a fan of gourmand fragrances, but I expect more of them then just the smell of pure saffron. I prefer 8 88 by Comme des Garcons that has a much more subtile smell of saffron and a dimension to it.

Sep
13
2013
TakaBeata
TakaBeata

This scent enchanted and captivated me ... Warm safran, oriental vanila, spice, elegant. I not expected that will be till so kind, so good. Ideal on summer time and the winter.

Jun
28
2013
aletheaborealis
aletheaborealis

Imagine a saffron rose that blossoms in the torrid heat of a desert sun, nourished with cloves and cut ginger. One evening, it's picked and crystallised with sugar, served as the final dish of a wedding feast, with bonfires built with vanilla pods; smoky, rich and sweet.

An oriental rose with both sweetness and spice, so breathtakingly balanced and beautiful. The perfect choice if you want to smell exotic and intriguing, like thrilling adventures in faraway places.

Jun
23
2013
Potgut
Potgut

This is the fragrance that started the niche game for me.

When I was fairly new to the world of perfumery about 2-3 years ago I have never really laid my nose on any niche at that time except for some Creeds and such brands that are typically found in your mid-end department stores which I usually found these scents safe and disappointing for their high price tags.

When I first sniffed Safran Troublant it led me to realize there was a lot more potential in the world of niche than what your local department stores had to offer and gave me reason to continue exploring the niche perfumery even if it meant I had to do it through the internet (no niche stores around my area).

What I liked about Safran Troublant was that it was something completely different from anything else i've smelled at the time, it came off as a little daring yet with quality.

However, after 2 more years of sniffing around and building the knowledge that I now have about perfumery, I think there are better options than Safran Troublant in the niche market that can do almost the same thing but better, especially in terms of longivity. For example, the spice and the rose in Safran Troublant reminds me a lot of Rose 31, except later on Rose 31 has a nice dry down whereas Safran Troublant doesn't really have much of a drydown due to longivity issues.

Yes, as many of you point out Safran Troublant does have poor longivity (this is L'Artisan we're talking about), but personally for me it's not a problem because Safran Troublant is more of a comfort scent to me more than anything else and I like my comfort scents to have low longivity because I either fall asleep in them or later on in the day I like to spray on something else.

Jun
11
2013
lulu7898
lulu7898

I got a sample and tried it as I like saffron but instead it smelled like sweat/body odor. I am so dissappointed. Maybe mine had turned. :(

Apr
20
2013
voodoodanny
voodoodanny

I could have sworn there was cardamom in this - like Cartier Declaration but better and more gourmand. In any case, it's wonderful and after one sniff I was hooked. I'm very much looking forward to sniff number two.

Mar
20
2013
batkitty
batkitty

This starts out with a fantastic sweet and dusky saffron note, the best one I've smelled. After a few minutes it's joined by a very light veil of vanilla and rose, and it's quite beautiful. About an hour in I get a faint trace of sandalwood behind the vanilla, but by this time it has faded down to such a quiet scent that I can barely tell it's still there. Another 30 minutes and it's basically gone from my wrist. Sigh--I wish I didn't love this perfume, because it disappears in the blink of an eye....

Mar
14
2013
RemingtonSteele
RemingtonSteele

Very light and delicate fragrance. Does have a bit of actual saffron smell to it along with vanilla and some other spices. Almost too delicate for a man in my opinion, although it is stated as unisex.

Feb
17
2013
nancyknows
nancyknows

This was so close to amazing for me that I'm disappointed. When I first put it on I loved the strong saffron. That morphed into carnation and then disappeared in half an hour, though, and I couldn't discern the perfume at all.

Shrugged it off but then it came back rosy, which was okay-- I detest virtually all rose fragrances and this is the first one that didn't make me ill. So I toyed with it for a while in case I ever got the urge to smell like a rose. But then that disappeared and it was nothing again.

This was all last night and when I woke up this morning I had two distinct drydowns from it on two different parts of my body. My wrists smell like one-note vanilla, which is okay. The bends in my arm, however, smell wonderful, like a very faint but intriguing smoky sweet tea. If I could get that drydown everywhere I might buy this but it's too faint and ephemeral to make it FBW for me.

It had no sillage on me, but no perfume does.

Jan
13
2013
Birdboy48
Birdboy48

What to say about this wonderful perfume ? Not particularly strong or longlasting, but even these two things are little to complain about when a person simply desires some calm and comforting moments.

One of those things to wear for yourself right before dropping off to sleep, and one fragrance I know I'll never be without.

Whether it turns out to be your cup of tea or not, different enough to deserve a sniff from any thoughtful and curious fragrance hunter.

Nov
28
2012
hermyonee
hermyonee

a magical and sensual scent, spicy and creamy, just sweet enough to be soft & conforting, tender, and refined. This is like cocooning but in an elegant way, on an old velvet sofa, with a cachemire plaid over you, drinking a hot milk with brown sugar and spices, in fall, while it's raining outside, and some rose & vanilla candles are burning in the room... listening to some soft, lounge music.

Oct
24
2012
aschiffm
aschiffm

layers and layers and layers of luscious vanilla and saffron, its a creamy sensuous mix. makes me think of hot milk and oatmeal sugar cookies and oddly- suntan lotion! it smells tropical. it's SO SWEET AND GOURMAND. theres a hint of deep rose and a hint of tobacco, but not too noticeable.. kind of just holding everything together.

its not as spicy as i was hoping. this scent actually smells sort of young to me.. i can picture younger girls wearing it because it is so sweet. in my book, not a "seduction" scent as it claims. but it is comfy and cozy to put on and nuzzle to.

Aug
31
2012
AveParfum
AveParfum

Saffron--glorious threads of orange saffron! Probably my favorite spice. Safran Troublant smells exactly like pure saffron right out of the spice jar, but over time it becomes creamier with the added richness of vanilla and just the right touch of rose. I smell saffron all the way into the drydown.

After trying so many foodie scents like Loukhoum, Gourmandises, and Sweet Oriental Dream, I badly wanted a perfume that was not so sickeningly sweet. The sugar was too much to bear. And Ford's Noir de Noir is beautiful, but it's so dark and rich that I think of it as an evening or special occasion fragrance. It's also quite foodie with a sumptuous, creamy, French vanilla note.

Safran Troublant is the answer to my lengthy query as to whether I would ever find a true saffron perfume with just the right amount of rose that is not sweet like candy or covered in barrels of powdered sugar. To think--I almost passed on sampling this because I assumed it would be like all the others.

While many people describe this perfume as gourmand (indeed it is, since saffron is obviously edible and plentiful here), I guess I fail to want to eat this perfume and will instead satisfy any cravings for Turkish Delight with the likes of Loukhoum.

Safran Troublant is not as strong of a perfume as I'd like, but it does last, and I do feel it was worth the price. It's great for casual wear; a breathtaking interpretation of saffron; a beautifully crafted perfume; simple but unique.

Jul
30
2012
PricklyAndHot
PricklyAndHot

Most of all I feel the saffron, rose and vanilla notes in this fragrance. But I can't call any of them intensive, actually.

This fragrance smells oriental, but calm enough. Also it smells gourmand enough. Quite natural smelling fragrance.

I can't say that I like it too much, but I rather like it than don't for sure. Good fragrance!

Jul
18
2012
jameshb
jameshb

Magical and elusive.

Jul
15
2012
nofixedstars
nofixedstars

Safran Troublant is a fine fragrance---assuming you like the scent of saffron, which I do---but it is fugitive. The initial impression of a true, warm saffron note is rather brief. It's followed by a faintly floral (I don't get a rose scent, only "floral"), faintly vanilla and sandalwood scent, with a glissade of spices (cardamom, mostly) somewhere in there, and a lingering hint of that lovely saffron. As it settles into the skin, I notice mostly the vanilla scent. It's not sweet, which I am happy about. It's entirely delightful, but it's like time-lapse photography! If ever L'Artisan came out with a reformulation that magically kept this exact scent profile but made it LAST long enough to enjoy, I'd be all over that...

Jul
07
2012
Bigsly
Bigsly

This seems like it's got myrrh and amber rather than vanilla. The vanilla certainly isn't the dry and bitter natural vanilla, as it is syrupy here, and is also a bit "dirty" or animalic. I like the smell but it may be lacking in dynamism, and so not really what I'm seeking in a personal fragrance, which I want to entertain me for several hours. It's a bit on the heavy and dense side of things, and I'm not sure if the notes contrast enough for me either. I don't get any sandalwood unless I smell it up close on the skin. Overall, it seems like an interesting attempt to merge a few different genres, but there are so few notes that it either works for you or it doesn't. It doesn't seem like the kind of fragrance you can try again in a month and discover something new. I don't feel any reason to sample it again any time soon, but if and when I do I'll update here. This review is for the old style bottle, not the one pictured above (I don't know if that matters).

And "red rose?" Not unless my nose is "broken." My guess is that it should read "rock rose," because that would explain the animalic quality I detect (I get no floral rose), but perhaps there was a reformulation (I have the original style bottle).

May
10
2012
fanny
fanny

Well, thank you Olivia Giacobetti..!
I definitely adore Safran Troublant.
What a beauty, perfect for at least three seasons.
Not too light and very bright.
Reminds me of Dolce Vita, but spicier.
On my must-buy-a-bottle-of-this-soon list !!

Mar
21
2012
Krizia
Krizia

It was created by Olivia Giacobetti!

Feb
17
2012
timeazsofia
timeazsofia

Dear Fragnatica! Would you be so kind as to check who created this scent, becasue I've heard and read this was Olivia Giabonetti's creation. I would like to know which one is the correct? Thank you in advance.

Jan
29
2012
luxatron
luxatron

This scent is amazing. I've always said my ideal scent would be one that imitated my favorite Indian dessert, payasam. Payasam (also known as kheer) is basically rice or wheat or noodles boiled in milk with lots of sugar, cardamom, and saffron, and it's basically the most delicious thing ever.

I've searched high and low for a scent that would mimic the smell of payasam or authentic Indian chai tea (which is almost always made with cardamom rather than cinnamon/anise/what have you). Unfortunately, most of the scents I've tried so far, both niche and mainstream, pair cardamom with very masculine woody scents or savory/borderline sweaty spices, and they almost always go very light on the saffron. I don't want to smell like an Asian marketplace, damn it; I want to smell like the desserts they're peddling there!

Safran Troublant is a miraculous exception. [Edit: see below.] ST smells almost identical to payasam and a bevy of other Indian sweets made with saffron, cardamom, and milk, but also pairs that delicious edible scent with the lightest touch of rose, more close to rosewater than fresh roses themselves. This, ladies and gentlemen, is a gourmand done right. Safran Troublant leaves your skin smelling mouthwatering yet not "foody"; it's sweet without being cloying; and, most importantly of all, it's so perfectly blended and smooth. It carefully balances between food and floral, and it skillfully bypasses that icky sensation foody perfumes sometimes create - feeling like you've spilled a bunch of food down your front.

I feel like I'm floating in a bath in a pool of cream, saffron, and spices. And it feels damn good.

Update: Okay, upon slathering this on a bit stronger, a sharp cumin note stands out. Eeek! It does fade a bit after a while, but it's still there enough to make me feel nervous (I'm sort of hypersensitive to cumin-y scents). I guess it's back to the drawing board.

Jan
06
2012
Sissi
Sissi

Safran Troublant is a precise balance of Sensual Girlishness and Esoteric Asceticism, The earthy Rose note Is a Willowy Young Hippie with her long fair Wisps
Around her Pale lightly freckled face With her Diaphanous Batik Gown of all different colors and a
Suede Southwestern style Hat with Turquoise Stones, Walking in a familiar rhythmic motion, removed of thought or feeling like her soul been ascended from a
another plane, The Rose note represents The innocent
Wanderer for an unquenchable Thirst for Knowledge. Sweet
with an Tinge of Patchouli begins our Journey,

Walking around in the Ashrams the Warm Winds of Saffron Pierced her Senses brought her to Consciousnesses Then from the corner of her Pewter Colored eye is a Sadhu Staring into space without time
nor age piercing Black eyes Yellow Red and black Pigment on his meditative face and a Saffron Colored
Cloth covered the Background, Wisps of Incense smoke
Intoxicated the Moment even further couldn't keep her
fixation on this Holy man.

Safran Troublant Conjure Passion and Spirituality vast Like the Epic Mahabharata and the devotional
love Of Rama And Sita of the Ramayana,

S.T Brings the Ancient into the Modern.

Dec
24
2011
girasolina
girasolina

avevo alte aspettative e così ho preso un campione io ne sono rimasta delusa!!
dice bene chi sente candele o profumi per ambiente ( e nemmeno tanto raffinati).
Ma la cosa che mi fa arrabbiare di più? che non puoi cercare di creare un legame con queste composizioni che in una sola ora svaniscono con un puff!!!
sentirlo caldo??? il solo caldo che sento è perchè mi fumano le orecchie dal nervoso!!

Jun
17
2011
AjaBlue
AjaBlue

Rose and saffron? Holy moly! I'm in love. This fragrance is unbelievably easy to wear. Saffron is just such so soothing to me. Although it is beautiful...It is a bit too soft for me. I wore it the summer I was separating from my daughter's father and I swear, it has aromatherapeutic powers. It made me feel comfortable and secure at one of the most difficult times in my life. Now, I'd like to revisit it. The only thing I'm thinking is I may be ready at this point for it to have more of a "kick." I'm not as tender as I once was.

Jan
16
2011
southernbelleinseattle
southernbelleinseattle

This is such a soft, delicate fragrance - the saffron is absolutely beautiful (I love saffron though). I can't stop smelling my wrist when I wear this! In addition to the saffron is rice, vanilla, cinnamon, and something sweet...(I make it sound like rice pudding but it's not exactly that). it's truly unusual and enticing. The problem is, it does not last AT ALL. it is gone so quickly after I apply it that I could never justify buying a bottle :-(

Jan
10
2011
sherapop
sherapop

L'Artisan Parfumeur SAFRAN TROUBLANT definitely has a hefty dose of saffron, so much so that it strikes me as more of a culinary than an oriental perfume! One of my favorite comfort foods is actually saffron rice, and SAFRAN TROUBLANT captures the scent in a bottle, so I cannot agree that this is troubling at all!

I love, love, love the smell of saffron rice (I usually make it with basmati)--and also the taste. But I'm definitely in Mellyhelly's camp on SAFRAN TROUBLANT: it won't work as a perfume for me because of the utter familiarity of the scent. (I'll have to try her recipe and use arborio next time...) I can imagine that for people who are unfamiliar with this delicious scent, SAFRAN TROUBLANT would seem exotic and unique. I love it, I do, but I would not want to smell like saffron rice.

Dec
26
2010
NebraskaLovesScent
NebraskaLovesScent

I won't deny its beauty, but the problem with Safran Troublant, as I smell it: I once had a candle (or perhaps it was some potpourri) that smelled EXACTLY like this. True, it was a good-quality, expensive, department-store candle or potpourri, but an environmental scent nonetheless.

Safran Troublant is a spicy floral that's perfectly suitable for men or women, as long as you won't be offended when someone asks who is burning a Yankee candle when you're in their presence.

As others have noted (and as I have heard is generally the case with L'Artisan scents), poof! It's gone in a couple hours.

Dec
15
2010
sfonativeboy
sfonativeboy

I finally got a full bottle of this wonderful scent
and I am sooo pleased with it.
Its my first venture into the
Gourmand category of fragrances.

I love this smooth, sensuously
light and spicy scent.

The Saffron infusion ...added to
a rich and unique mixture of flower notes and my favorite base ... Vanilla!!!!

Its a gourmand scent, and although it may sound like a "Plate of Paella"...
its very .... Uni-Sex in my book...

I cant stop smelling my wrist ....
and can't wait to wear this out and see what the response is from friends and strangers.

UP Date Oct7 2010:
My only compliant:
Non lasting and fleeting!
the fragrance isn't long lasting ..
and I find myself spraying it over and over....to recapture its ethereal
magic.

Oct
06
2010
Mellyhelly
Mellyhelly

I know Safran Troublant since its release, I was so curious! I expected a vibrant spicy oriental scent, instead all I could smell is saffron with some vanilla and not long lasting.
It's a very nice smell for smell's sake.
I have a friend who wears it and she's happy with it, but for me it's a no no for wearing because it strongly reminds me of typical Milanese risotto! It feels like going around after a bath into saffron rice! Very nice and a good smell, but definetely too foody and culturally affected for me!

Sep
13
2010
guest_moi
guest_moi

Slightly sweet, slightly rosy, unmistakable saffron scent. Pleasant but fleeting and I'm sad to say not that interesting or unique considering the unusual list of notes. But this seems to be the case with most of L'artisan fragrances. :( I like saffron as I use it in the kitchen, I expected something rich and oriental, or at least interesting.

Sep
13
2010
Passionflower
Passionflower

I totally agree with most of the comments here. Safran Troublant is unique, warm, spicy and delicious. Very good for cold winter nights when you wish you were curled up with your loved one by a fireplace surrounded by candles drinking hot gluhwein. Surprisingly, I don't find it too dominant or overpowering, just an elegant and uplifting scent to make heads turn as you walk by without annoying people who get nauseated by strong scents. I love it, and as winter is on its way, I am definitely considering to buy a bottle.

Sep
13
2010
Catbiscuit
Catbiscuit

I am have been holding off my review on this perfume for a time now. Safran Troublant feels to me like an olfactory peep into my soul and I feel so shy about talking about it. But this is such a masterpiece it would be an injustice to keep it to myself.

Safran Troublant is, as expected, a fragrant ode to saffron. Upon opening, every single time the inital heady rush of golden saffron paralyses my mind and all I can feel is my heart beating a little faster with excitement. It is like being suspended in time and space and feeling all your hopes at once.

The first time I wore this, the transition from the opening to the creamy sweet saffron-infused base actually brought tears to my eyes. Ever since then though, it has simply brought me peace and a gentle humming in my body. Depending on my mood, it can also make me a feel sweetly melancholy. Troublant indeed!

As it really settles, it seems like the fragrance oozes from my pores, as if I really *am* Safran Troublant.

This is the kind of fragrance that would make me extremely jealous to smell on anyone else. I love it beyond reason or sensibility.

The issue of lengevity is very real. One second it is there and the next I am desperately hoovering my skin with my nose, trying to recover my lost treasure.

Ultimately it is understandable though, how can such an etheral heavenly gift really be captured for long?

On second thoughts, that is probably why God invented purse atomisers.

Aug
24
2010
Gosha
Gosha

Very beautiful. Original, light oriental, spicy, creamy, fluffy, warm, sensuous and sexy too - for all of those ten minutes that I can smell it. Unfortunately this doesn't last on me at all! Since I seem to be the only one to experience this here, I must put it down to my skin chemistry - but this fragrance somehow completely disappears after a very brief moment.

Jun
29
2010
Kterhark
Kterhark

I'm wondering if those who love this also love cinnamon, clove and nutmeg.

I suspect that if you are not a fan of these spices, this wouldn't work for you. In general this genre is difficult for me to wear; scents tend to turn too discordant and unpleasant on my skin.

But if this is your genres, Safran Troublant will be a pleasant, enveloping surprise that will wear like sunshine.

Jun
04
2010
LadyJedi
LadyJedi

I just love the spiciness of saffron in perfumes - another fave of mine with a distinctive saffron note is Agent Provocateur but it is quite different from Safran Troublant. The latter is a gorgeous oriental - warm, sensual and luxurious with soft and cuddly vanilla drydown but I just wish it was a bit stronger and longer lasting. Saffron can be smelled from beginning to end, at least on my skin, and is absolutely addictive. I would definitely like to keep a bottle for my collection as I truly appreciate its character and originality.

May
12
2010
annabolina
annabolina

I love it soooooo much...... My favourit of the last year.

Feb
16
2010
Trvevil
Trvevil

Oooh, the notes..
Saffran Troublant is a very pleasing although lacking intensity. I need more of this stuff! So yummy kinda fragrance!
Lasting power is about few hours, but that's not enough!
I too agree, one of the best, but I think every L'Artisan I tried are very best and special.
I love how passionflower sounds with saffron, although I think there's more passionflower than saffron. But it doesn't spoil the day, it's gorgeous!
Later it becomes more spicy and I can detect vanilla. Very worth trying if you don't know what to pick.
Lasting power is good (eight hours on me), but it's too much close to skin. Dry-down is vanilla and passionflower.

Sep
25
2009
9154mf
9154mf

Sweet rice pudding?? Creamy milk?? I would spend a whole week's wage on any perfume that has those scents in it, so LUCKY i only bought a sample of this. I can't smell either of those things - Im so upset! This is like a light fresh spice scent. The opening smells like saffron with hint of lemon zest to it. That dies down and the other notes are all there in pretty equal measure, and the one thing i really like is that the rose here is not powdery and old fashioned smelling, like a lot of roses seem to be, to my nose anyway. The whole thing is very light and subtle, I had to put my nose right to my wrist to be able to smell this. I think I can see what others are referring to as a sweet creamy-milky smell, its the vanilla and rose that gently lift the saffron to make this smell like a subtle indian rice pudding, but for me at least, all the notes are so subtle that I could only just make them out. I don't know if this fits my definition of sexy, but its definitely unique and pretty in it's own way. I doubt I'd buy the FB.

Aug
18
2009
lilinah
lilinah

With the first spray i was ecstatic! Saffron! How i adore the scent of saffron. I use it in my cooking and have been longing for a perfume that smells mostly of saffron.

However, as it began to dry down it began to smell like carnation. Yes, i know, i don't see carnation among the fragrance notes, but that's how it smelled on me. I like carnation, but that wasn't want i was looking for. Saffron was still there, but fading away.

Gradually the vanilla began come forward, so i smelled carnation and vanilla, with mere hints of saffron. Sigh. I was hoping for stronger saffron - or perhaps my nose just stopped smelling it.

In any case, it will be good for summer and, i think, autumn... well, and probably winter, too, as it is warm and spicy, but delicate. Ah, the search for more saffron perfume will continue, but i suspect this will be the, uh, "saffronest".

-- Addition 19 May --

As i said above, i continue to wear "Safran Troublant", and i find the more i wear it, the more i become sensitive to smelling to the scents in it. I no longer smell "carnation". Now i smell a dash of rose, followed by strong saffron when i first put it on. Additionally, i smell saffron from first application to full dry down. I think perhaps i didn't put enough on the first time i tried it.

It still has a lot of vanilla, but i am coming to love this more and more... Perhaps it will be "my signature" this year. Mmm-mmm-mmm, saffron. This *is* the "saffron-est".

May
09
2009
Mitsouko
Mitsouko

Fairy, fine, ambiguous, with many notes composite like symphony, but in it can be heard rather piano, not forte. Piquant, oriental, warm, elegant, but not ostentatious. First smell after perfume Mitsouko, which ideally adjust for me. Because Safran Troblant has something from soul and character – Mitsouko - liberty, individuality. If compare to beautiful arts – this are masterly draw brush paints: red, golden, brown, yellow, white. This smell doesn't intrude. Appetite, spurring – saffron, rose, wanilia, probably muscat, creates fine, intriguing mixture. Great congratulations for Olivia Giacobetti! - she is author (not Bertrand Duchaufour )this modern and magic composition, dignified legendary parfum Mitsouko.I love parfums L'Artisan, but specially I love Safran Troublant.

Apr
21
2009
Schmellen
Schmellen

I can remember one of the first articles I ever read regarding perfume - one of the many 'What your perfume says about you' ones, with particular attention as to what you possibly enjoyed doing on the basis of the perfume you wore.

I was an Angel devotee at the time - and although the vanilla wasn't foremost for me, the article quite rightly had it that I was a foodie who enjoyed cooking and getting people together over food.

It seems I can't escape my fate! Safran Troublant is my latest, very special perfume of choice - it's warm, slightly spicy, sweet and definitely evocative of its namesake. Imagine being wrapped in a rich, fragrant cloud of orange yellow and you're half way there.

One downside to the perfume - the tester bottle that I tried from in the first place lasted for hours. I have found that I don't get nearly so much wear from the bottle I purchased. I'd be interested to find if anyone else has found the same?

Jan
12
2009
rebella
rebella

In Sweden the most common use for saffron is in a kind of buns that we bakes during december to celebrate Lucia and Christmas, in my family it is a christmas tradition to bake the buns together with my kids some days before Lucia (13th december). Otherwise saffron is use for that special french fishsoup... So I was a bit skeptical at first when it comes to saffron in a perfume, I don´t want to go around smelling like saffron buns.

But I don´t. Safran Troublant is a gorgeus perfume. One of the best of the L'Artisan`s perfume I´ve tried this far. If the colour orange was a fragrance it could smell like this. Warm, aromatic and quite sexy too. It makes me think of light candels, sheer shiffonscarfs and bubble bath. A perfect fragrance to wrap you in with in november and december when the weather is rainy and grey (at least in Sweden).

If you are unsure about rosefragrances, you should try this because it dosn´t remind me of any other fragrance with rose that I have tested. The same goes for the safron, if you are skeptical (like me) still give it a try, I am sure you will enjoy this.

I was about to buy a big bottle of Dzing! and I maybe will, but now I think I must have a big bottle of this one to.

A must must must try!

Nov
11
2008

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