Here we are in November already! This Autumn has been flying by, as time does when one is busy every waking hour.
Since first launching in the summer, I’m happy to report that Reglisse Noire has been enthusiastically received by perfumistas everywhere.
In Canada, Reglisse is available in a stylish little boutique in Nelson called Habits.
And in the US, Reglisse is now sold at the Scent Bar at 8327 Beverly Blvd in Los Angeles as well as on their new site dedicated to niche and artisan perfumers… Indie Scents.
Recently, I was interviewed by Michelyn Camen from Cafleurbon… you can read it here. As well, please leave a comment following the article as 5 names will be drawn to win a 5ml pocket-size decant of Reglisse Noire eau de toilette.
It’s been fun to google Reglisse just to see what it being said out there. It’s such an adventure to launch a perfume and then to watch its solo adventures out into the world as it’s discovered and experienced and shared by people whom I have never met. Here is an example- a sweet little review from the perfume blog- Perfume Smellin’ Things.
There is also a listing here at Fragrantica, and Basenotes– Sniffapalooza Spring Fling recap.
One of the things I have been asked recently is- ‘What’s next?’ Since I have been in Canada for most of this year, I have been yearning for Grasse with those sunny Mediterranean days and the perfume-infused culture. My heart is always there and so I will be returning next month to explore some new ideas.
I have two perfumes on the drawing board and while one is still secret, the other will be dedicated to the well-being of the honey bee. This is a subject close to my heart and one that is of grave importance.
The pollinators are suffering and dying, due to many human activities especially (super)pesticide use both in home gardens and on the large agro-farms. Without these little creatures, we will suffer major consequences to food production. So I would like to dedicate a portion of sales to really push for positive change. If any of you have suggestions as how to most effectively do this, I would love to hear your thoughts.
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