Sweet Dreams 2003

Concentrated Cologne

by A Lab on Fire

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Il était un fois... A talented perfumer in New York City drafted one of his most prized creations, then left it behind with a friend when he escaped the city for a new beginning in Paris. This ode to a better life captured the essence of stolen moments on a perfect beach, basking in the sunlight, listening to the Mediterranean lull. His creation was safe guarded, a priceless sliver of his past. Now, we can all visit that moment; we can all bask in his achievement.

Sweet Dreams 2003  Notes

bergamot, neroli, petitgrain, orange flower, jasmine, musk, amber, castoreum

Sweet Dreams 2003 Sizes Available
60ml $110
.7 ml
.7 ml Sample $4
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Here's what other people are saying about Sweet Dreams 2003...
I really like this scent, however for an EDP, it is pretty weak. I really think that I could purchase a full bottle if this was stronger than just a skin scent on me. I'll keep testing, but the projection is very low, and longevity was only about 5 hours even as a skin scent. Overall, the smell is great..... when you can actually smell it.
By   - from Marion on 5/15/2012
Reminds me too much of L’eau de l’Hermine. I guess that would be due to the bergamot, neroli, and musk. I wonder if anyone agrees.....
By   - from Toronto on 5/9/2012
There is some backstory to this fragrance that is only hinted at in the description. Most people know that the perfumer is Thierry Wasser is the house nose (and non-family member!) at Guerlain. This fragrance is in many ways similar to Olivier Polge's (another esteemed perfumer - I mean OMG - Dior Homme!) L'Anonyme for A Lab on Fire. Subtle, yet very distinctive - very transparent unisex frangrances. These may be sketches that the big houses didn't buy - I have no idea of knowing - but I would love to know - wouldn't you? Both worth owning.
By   - from San Francisco on 4/30/2012
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