Sorcery of Scent: Niche
Rohit Khare stashed this in potpourri
I am always excited when a new olfactory study by Puredistance hits my desk. Not only because I have followed their journey right here on Sorcery of Scent from the very beginning, but because each and every offering to date has moved me in some way. From the sensuous aura of Puredistance I and the chaste femininity of Antonia to the brawny ruggedness of M and the enchanting nostalgia of Opardu, each offering is, in itself, an exercise in uniqueness and master craftsmanship. Puredistance Black - the latest scent from the perfumed pen of Puredistance founder Jan Ewoud Vos and nose Antoine Lie - is very much in keeping with the house's exemplary perfume portfolio to date.
Introducing Juniper Sling, an intoxicating new fragrance inspired by the most iconic and atmospheric of spirits: London Dry Gin.For enigmatic boys and girls, Juniper Sling is a crisp cocktail shot of gin with the freshness of juniper, cool measures of angelica and brandy and a beating libertine heart of black pepper, cardamom, soft leather and orris. A gourmand base of brown sugar, black cherry and amber add sensuality to the scent. Apply liberally and drink in.
Oh goody - my favorite daytime fragrance, Giardini Di Montecatini VI, was discontinued a decade or so ago. Juniper Sling sounds similar.
(My Volkswagen to your Audi)
You'll have to let us know if it is indeed similar.