Sunday, December 2, 2012
Went antiquing today and found a good sized bottle of Bat Sheba made for Judith Muller, an Israeli designer in 1966, by perfumer Sophia Grojsman.
Yesterday's Perfume describes it as "a pungent rose petal had been dipped in a pot of pachouli, honey, sandlelwood and a dash of narcotic allure". It is all of that and more. Read the entire review
Even more interesting is the bio of the perfumer, which can be found at
Top: Aldehydes, cardamon, bergamot, fruit note, rosewood.
Middle: Jasmine, assisted by rose, orris, ylang-ylang and carnation for a sultry floral effect.
Base: Patchoulli, assisted by vetiver, castoreum, amber, leather and moss for a warm sensual note.