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the scent of herbs at the Duftapero

November 28th, 2011

Today’s post is short and an invitation to perfume lovers in the Zurich area: If you are in the area and have time you are cordially invited to this year’s “Duftapero”.

Like every year since 7 years, Pascal, the shop owner of the book shop Medieval art&vie in Zurich (the  place where you find my scents exclusively in Switzerland), and me invite perfume loving friends to a get together. There, in the Felseneggkeller, Spiegelgasse 18, on December 10, between 5 and 7 pm we will sniff, drink a glass of sparkling wine and enjoy a moment of peace. And like every year, we invited an actor to read a fragrant story.

This year’s scent topic: the scent of herbs. I will present herbs essential oils such as Marjoram, Dill, Fennel, Clary sage and a few more.

And I think I will show how a herb, like Marjoram, can find its way into an all natural eau fraiche that I compose for this occasion.

And off I hop now. Bottles are waiting for me and Le Maroc pour elle.

 

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10 Responses to “the scent of herbs at the Duftapero”

  1. Persolaise says:

    Sounds like fun, Andy. How much are last-minute flights to Zurich…?

  2. Andy says:

    Greetings. Guess what: I just booked my Paris flight for 151 Francs. … London Zurich will be similar, I guess.
    Now, that’s teasing, isn’t it?

  3. Andy says:

    actually, I paid 99 Euro.

  4. Persolaise says:

    The joys of being able to travel outside the expensive school holiday period!

  5. Musette says:

    I just booked a trip to Peoria – does that count? LOL!

    seriously, this sounds like a lovely event! Enjoy!!!

    xoA

  6. Andy says:

    Actually, Musette, Peoria sounds even more exciting and mysterious than Paris! :-)

  7. Asali says:

    Sounds like so much fun, I just e-mailed my Swiss based friend to tell her. Enjoy

  8. Andy says:

    Greetings, Asali
    it usually is. A lot of fun!

  9. Vladimir says:

    I want to you :-)

  10. Andy says:

    there is always a space for you, Vladimir…

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