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Scent Library

The Essence of Perfume by Roja Dove

Perfume: The Story of a Murderer by Patrick Süskind, translated by John E Woods

Perfumes The A-Z Guide by Luca Turin & Tania Sanchez

I’ve got this one on my iPhone so I can read it any time, anywhere – especially when browsing in the shops.  I have heard of people who have hardback, paperback and digital copies, copies for every room, etc.

The Little Book of Perfumes: The 100 Classics by Luca Turin & Tania Sanchez

The Secret of Scent by Luca Turin

More to come.  Suggestions welcome.

Here are some of the perfume blogs that I think are exceptional…

The Silver Fox

http://ascentofelegance.blogspot.com/

“On the scent of all things elegant…”

Grain de musc

http://graindemusc.blogspot.com/

“A Perfume Lover in Paris”

olfactorialist.com

http://www.olfactorialist.com/

“I have been in love with perfume ever since I can remember.”

Bois de Jasmin

http://www.boisdejasmin.com

“Bois de Jasmin is an independent perfume blog offering articles on perfumery including fragrance reviews, essays on aroma-materials, perfume history and interviews with industry professionals.”

Now Smell This

http://www.nstperfume.com/

“Regular topics include fragrance reviews, news, perfume shopping tips, and new & upcoming fragrance releases.”

Tauer Perfumes

http://www.tauerperfumes.com/blog/

“There is only one guy when it comes to Tauer Perfumes…”

Perfume Shrine

http://perfumeshrine.blogspot.com/

“The Perfume Shrine project is an award-winning independent online publication offering articles on perfumery including fragrance reviews, essays on the science of fragrance and aroma materials, articles on perfume history, interviews with perfumers and industry professionals, trend-watching and fragrance advertising evaluation. Its aim is to provide a resource for anyone interested in fragrances and to offer an independent assessment of available products. But its most important goal is to share the passion for scents, pose interesting questions and ignite a genuine appreciation for the art of perfumery!”

More to come.  Suggestions welcome.