Here I go, again: Danube seems to be the highlight of my recent city breaks! Budapest is close enough for me (well, actually, every city in Europe is pretty much – close….) to hopp off on a short city-break, and yes – it seems to be getting more and more popularity lately, becoming more and more… Continue reading What’s Up In Da City: Budapest
Gold and scented pixie dust! Just a week ago we were impatiently heading towards the Esxence fair in Milan, in anticipation of all it has to offer…ah! Sweet and fragrant memories! I would like to share with you my impression and personal experience of visiting the 10th Esxence – The Scent of Excellence Fair in… Continue reading About Fairs, Good Fairies & Pixie Dust – Esxence 2018: Recap & Survival Guide
I had a dream, not long ago. I found myself in a wood of dark and tall oak trees, cold and leafless, and the air smelled of damp wood, wet leaves, moss and rain. At first this place felt threatening, no path was visible in the fog surrounding me. Yet, as I walked on, carefully… Continue reading Freudian Wood by WienerBlut
If your visit to Belgrade starts at the main bus station as my did, just remember that it’s not a great place to start your olfactory journey…it is rarely anywhere, so just endure. The whole city is a busy construction site. We could hardly find a taxi driver willing to wrestle cracked and demolished Slavija… Continue reading What’s Up In Da City: Belgrade
I haven’t written here in a while. It’s not that I haven’t used my nose, that is simply inevitable. I was discouraged. Overwhelmed. Weak in front of all the wonderful creations that I dipped my nose into. Humbled. Yes, I thought at that time that my knowledge is frail, that I scratched only just below… Continue reading Le Jardin Retrouve
Sheiduna. Sheitan’s bride? A she-dune? Seduction? Is that how they named you, I asked the perfume. Why? It is all of this and more, yet with utmost elegance. Here it was, right under my nose, the new perfume Sheiduna by Puredistance – Master Perfumes. An intriguing one, packed in an elegant bottle, smooth and heavy in my… Continue reading The Queen Who Would Be King
It kind of surprised me, again. I do live in a moderate continental climate, four seasons and all, but still! Dusky, chilly mornings when you draw in a breath of the crispy smell of Autumn, the olfactory vision of wet ground, cinemonn colored leaves, rays of sunshine weaving through the clouds, earthy and woody scents… Continue reading Autumn Leaves Are Fallin’
Enjoy reading my reportage featuring Grasse, published on Naturala.hr! Read the full story here.