My name is Elena, and I aim to explore the olfactory world of skillfully made niche/indie/artisan perfume & scented products and give you my sincere insight – through original, independent, and objective perfume reviews, news&event reports, travelogues, interviews, and useful information about perfume brands.
The concept I support is the art and creativity of perfumery, authenticity, innovation, and the finest ingredients. I tend to apply the same values to my writing and content creation.
I constantly invest in learning, perfume workshops, classes, and scent education. In 2021 and 2022 I have attended and completed advanced training in 224 perfumery raw materials and perfume formulation – Systematic of Scents by Pierre Benard (Creative Senior Perfumer) within Osmoart, and my perfumery education continues with various training classes provided by Osmoart.
My reviews are carefully researched, in-depth, original, and I value your feedback enormously.
Join me on this remarkable journey! If you like what I do, you can support my work by buying me a Ko-Fi. I’d be very grateful for every donation:
The Plum Girl is a character from the book “Perfume“, written by Patrick Suskind.
She is the initial girl that started Grenouille’s desire to create “the perfume of the perfumes”.
The Plum Girl started his obsession, she made him realize what his life purpose is and she is the one he thinks of in his last moments.
I love perfumes, people, Summer, deserts, seas, and red wine. Deserts, as I see them, are spots that ultimately connect me with Nature. Traveled to many, some are still calling my name, some I always to return to. Sea is where I anchor.
The faculty of Economics is my alma mater, Marketing is in my veins. My career grew up in the corporate world and when the time was right for me, I became an entrepreneur.
You might know me as a business coach, soft skills trainer, business consultant, advertising, and HR specialist. Feel free to contact me for any of these services for your perfume brand!
I feel scents as silent poetry and invisible soul-deep impressions.
My favorite quote:
The Plum Girl
Photo: Mario Poje