Eau de Parfum

100ml $170
0.7ml sample $4
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Opening of plain violets and grainy dry hay, very heavy and weighty which gets a lofty rise up from the orange blossoms. Jasmine is very reserved and took a while to shine from the thick curtain. Excellent tonka and vanilla and the end - I don't get too much cedar in the dry down, and it's probably the best. The bottle design and color of the packaging is on-point with the color I see in my minds eye from wearing Epidor - harvest, almost a muddled mustard yellow. Moderate longevity. Surprised me how much I enjoyed wearing it and testing. I found myself spraying a tester strip to carry with me to continue the experience well after it dissipated from my skin.
By   - Office Manager from Williamsburg on 1/1/2020
When I was smelling this scent I had the thought that it's probably a perfume that a lot of other modern designer perfumes try to copy in some way. Seeing that it's from 1912 rather proved my thoughts correct. It is a lovely, well constructed scent, but with all of the designer perfumes using very similar notes it ends up smelling very generic sweet-floral but this certainly outshines it's wannabe clones. This would be a great everyday, wearing to the office sort of perfume.
By   - Chef from Vancouver on 3/5/2019
Every so often I read the provided description of a fragrance and wonder if there’s been a Freaky Friday-type bodyswap somewhere behind the scenes. I experienced Epidor as a pleasantly damp, almost gummy leather, which spent an entertaining moment or two being grimy before cleaning up and introducing some lovely white-floral notes (and perhaps a little apple, which I suspect was the plum in the notes). Can’t decide if it’s an incredibly butch floral or the cutest pair of black leather kitten-heel ankle boots in the world, but either way it’s very nice.
By   - editor from Seattle on 12/12/2018
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