{Giveaway} Jouany Perfumes

Christophe Jouany is giving away two his Jouany Perfumes, inspired by exotic travel destinations ($125 each). One FOF will win “Marrakech,” the other will win “St. Barthélemy. Enter to win by answering in the comments below: Which fragrance would you most want to try?

If you’re looking for a fragrance that drives FOF men crazy–who better to ask than an FOF man? “I was in touch with my sense of smell since I was young,” says Christophe Jouany, the FOF perfumer behind Jouany Fragrances, a collection that launched this fall at Henri Bendel and is already turning heads…er…noses.

Christophe spent most his life as a fashion photographer, snapping shots for Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire and Glamour. (He was even the official photographer for the royal family of Jordan.) A few years ago, while on a photo shoot in Miami, Christophe wandered into a store that sold essential oils. “I was like a kid in a candy store,” he says.

Right then and there, Christophe created the prototype of his first scent. “Everyone kept asking me what it was and where they could get it–even my cab driver,” he says. A long-time perfumer friend confirmed the scent was extremely well structured, and Christophe got to work manufacturing it for mass market. “It was like building a machine engine,” he says. “So many moving parts.” The biggest obstacle, according to Christophe, was finding an inexpensive source for essential oils. “When you use essential oils in a fragrances, it’s like the difference between an expensive wine and a cheap wine,” he says.

Christophe believes that the sense of smell is the most underrated. “When people come back from a trip, they talk about what they did, but not the smell of the air,” he says. Christophe’s collection aims to bottle the “scent memories,” a person has when they visit exotic destinations. He is creating one scent per city and started with St. Barthélemy, his hometown. “It’s a very hippie-chic place, so I used Jasmine and Patchouli for that one,” he says. “In my second fragrance, Marrakech, I used orange blossom. Marrakech is the biggest producer of oranges.”

Christophe presented his line at Sniffapalooza, a major perfume industry event, this past April. A Henri Bendel buyer got a whiff of it, and before Christophe knew it, his perfumes were being stocked in their store. “Henri Bendel is very chichi and they only carry about ten fragrance lines. They thought mine was beautiful enough in presentation and in smell to carry at their store.”

Enter to win one of two Jouany Perfumes by answering in the comments below: Which fragrance would you most want to try–“Marrakech” or St. Barthélemy?

Thank you for entering. This contest is now closed.

Two FOFs will win.

(See all our past winners, here.)
(See official rules, here.)

Contest closes December 8, 2011 at midnight E.S.T.

160 Responses to “{Giveaway} Jouany Perfumes”

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  3. KAPUMAKA says:

    I would love to win the St. Barthelemy !

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  4. Murphy says:

    I think I would like to try St. Barthelemy. I love Jasmine. I have always told my girls when they go for a job interview to remember to smell good too. I think leaving a scent for people to remember and comment on is a great door opener.

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  5. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Marrakech is such a lovely place & would love this.

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  6. 1955nurse says:

    Oooh – I’d LOVE to try the “Marrakech”, it sounds perfectly yummy! I’ve always been intrigued by the Blood oranges from that region, too!!! Thanks for the chance……

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  7. Nola says:

    I am most intrigued by, and most want to try, St. Barthelemy. To me perfume is all about seduction. So I like sensual, exotic fragrances. I am intrigued by the composition of grapefruit as a top note, used with patchouli. I have never been to St. Bart., and am curious to experience it via this fragrance – It just might compel me to go!

    My earliest memories are of scent: My mother’s smell of soap, my grandfather’s cherry-scented pipe tobacco, my grandmother’s smell of gardenia and rose, the smell of coffee brewing, the peppery smell of fresh lettuce. If I couldn’t smell, I couldn’t taste my food or enjoy a glass of wine. I couldn’t imagine life without scent.

    My life is like little scent capsules of time. In high school I wore an essential oil of violet. In college I went from cyphres to floral orientals. Everything was marked by scent: Boyfriends, breakups, birthdays, new jobs – everything.

    Throughout my life, I have been aware of the power of scent – how it awakens memory, how it transports you. When you wear fragrance, it can lift your mood, it can comfort you, it can recreate a feeling that you had when you walked through a certain city, over a certain bridge, along a certain beach. With just one whiff, you are somewhere else. It’s magic.

    I would love to be transported to St. Barthelemy!

    Nola

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  8. tdark27 says:

    Marrakech…I adore the smell of orange blossoms!

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  9. Julie L says:

    Marrakech” like to win thanks

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  10. Donna Blair says:

    I’m searching for a new perfume…would love to try either one of these. They sound wonderful !

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  11. Trisha says:

    St Barthelemy. I would like to try a different fragrance. I find too may cloying, and usually stick with Chanel #5 but I love pachouli, so, I think this would be great for me.

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  12. MaryK says:

    This is a tough choice! I would probably go for the St. Barthelemy because it represents his hometown and therefore his own memories. Scent is “deep seated” in my memory. Even though I am in my 50s, pipe tobacco still sparks special memories of my grandfather. A certain cologne, when worn by a passing shopper, stops me in my tracks with memories of my Nana!

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  13. mabolf says:

    I love perfume! I wear it always no matter what! The Marrakech sounds delightful!!

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  14. caityranda says:

    I would love to try the St Barthelemy.

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  15. e36 says:

    St. Barthélemy sounds wonderful ! A scent can take you to a better place – close your eyes for a couple of seconds and let your mind wander. I’d love to try this !

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  16. Sean says:

    Wow, really tough. But I think I’d have to try St Barthelemy. So hard.

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  17. AubreyZ says:

    Wow!!! I read about these on nstperfume and have been wondering about them ever since! Both sound beautiful in their own ways. Marrakesh sounds so pretty (orange blossom + musk? yes please!) BUT St Barthelemy sounds very unique and unlike anything else in my collection. It’d be tough. I think I’d go for Marrakesh but I hope one day to own BOTH. Jouany should consider having a duo set in smaller sizes because they both sound FANTASTIC! 🙂

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  18. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Marrakech is my choice. Love the color & scent.

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  19. Jennie says:

    Marrakech has to be my choice. What smells better than orange blossoms?

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  20. bedford1tom1 says:

    I love the Marrakech fragrance; I hope that I win this wonderful prize

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  21. Susan S. says:

    Marrakech, most definitely. Having grown up in Southern California. the fragrance of orange blossoms have always been a constant in my collection of favorite “scent memories” and Marrakesh is a bucket list destination.

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  22. adrienne zedella says:

    I would try the marrakech! no reason!

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  23. bison61 says:

    I’d pick the St. Barthélemy

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  24. debbiehoskins says:

    I would love to win Marrakech because I always pick citrus scents

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  25. Kathy says:

    St. Barthelemy because of the patchouli. I wear patchouli oil and sometimes its a bit much.
    Win win win.

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  26. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Marrakech is my choice. Great Christmas gift!!

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  27. Shannon L Cooper says:

    Sorry! I got so caught up on the exotic travels I forgot to name the one I’d like to try. St. Barthelemey because of the jasmine in it.. Thanks again..

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  28. Shannon L Cooper says:

    probably the exotic travel destinations fragrance since I’ve never had the chance to really travel and be in those nice places I can bring it to me with his fragrance.. Thanks! for the giveaway and the chance!!

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  29. Patti Fountain says:

    Marrakech

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  30. Ronald Palomeque says:

    Marrakech

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  31. cdmtx65 says:

    ”Marrakech”sounds wonderful

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  32. RarnChild says:

    It would have to be the Marrakech. The scent of oranges sounds so fresh. I hope it has some spicy undertones – that’s found in all my favorite perfumes.

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  33. Cynthia Pigg says:

    Marrakech I just love the smell of orange blossoms. It sounds very captivating.

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  34. janice joyner says:

    “St. Barthelemy” sounds intriguing! I would like to try this one!

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  35. Pattie Medeiros says:

    Marrakech – because it sounds romantic!!!

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  36. elisse says:

    They both sound good, but St. Barthélemy sounds the most interesting to me!

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  37. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Marrakech sounds enticing.

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  38. krispy9 says:

    Both sound good but I’ll go for St. Barthelemy

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  39. nhapril12@aol.com says:

    I would like to try St Barthelemy. I love the scent of jasmin flowers so much that i named my daughter Jasmin.

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  40. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Marrakech fits me perfectly.

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  41. d tysinger says:

    Love jasmine – St Barthelemy!!!!!

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  42. j27 says:

    I would love to try the St. Barthélemy because of the Jasmine and Patchouli. Sounds yummy.

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  43. Jolie Misek says:

    St. Barthélemy

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  44. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Marrakech sounds lovely to win.

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  45. Carolyndh says:

    I haven’t had the opportunity to visit such exotic locations as St. Barthélemy and Marrakech and do not really see any prospect of ever being able to do so. Alas, I do not have any personal “scent memories” of either place and will have be content to experience the perfumes of these wonderfully exotic sounding places as bottled by Christophe Jouany. My first destination would be Marrakech.

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  46. shewalk says:

    I would like to try Marrakech.

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  47. jean ray says:

    I would love to smell Marrakech!!

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  48. jaycee2001 says:

    St. Barthelemy. Totally my style, hippie-chic. But, they both sound wonderful, as does his concept of “scent memories”.

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  49. Faith says:

    I love the scent of jasmine and particularly of sandalwood. I think that I would love to try St. Barthelemey since it would remind me of warm, summer nights.

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  50. pboyd3 says:

    I woud love to try them both! I really like patchouli so I’d go with St. Barthe’lemy first. But I also like the crispness of oranges so the Marrakech would be fun to try too!

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  51. kathy fennessey says:

    I love fresh, last forever perfumes, that are exotic and smell like a faraway land. Marrakech sounds like it fits the bill. A new perfume for this season sounds great.

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  52. layla says:

    st.barthelemy since i like patchouli aromas

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  53. Marcelle Cole says:

    I so prefer natural oils to chemicals!!! They provide depth and longevity to fragrances. And orange blossoms in the Marrakech are just the thing.

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  54. sandy faulkner says:

    I would love to have them both. Very exciting.

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  55. mrsbecky says:

    Something new that I have not heard of. Would love to smell it.

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  56. sandy9787 says:

    What an interesting man and story. I like the idea of the St. Barthelemy because of the jasmine and patchouli. Hope I win!

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  57. glorious says:

    I would really like to try the “Marrakech”, the orange blossom sounds so inviting!

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  58. Katie5 says:

    I love the smell of oranges blossm, so would love to try “Marrakech” perfume.

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  59. olympicgirl says:

    Marrakech sounds nice.

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  60. gratheeus says:

    Marrakech. They both sound beautiful!

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  61. wizardewu says:

    I would like to try the Marrakech . It sounds wonderful.

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  62. beachwoman says:

    Both the hippie-chic town and the scent of St. Barthelemy sound perfect to me.

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  63. orchidlady01 says:

    I’d like to try the St. Barthélemy fragrance.

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  64. mardigraslady says:

    i love jasmine, i had nite blooming jasmine the barthelemy

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  65. Patricia Assanowicz says:

    Jasmine & Patchouli I love sound of those two beautiful scents blended together, I would LOVE to try St. Barthelemy, Thank you…Happy Holidays

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  66. KAREN COGBURN says:

    I love Marrakech.

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  67. ctgal says:

    I would have though St. Bart… but when he said patchouli, I blanched! So I would go with Marrakech and orange blossoms.

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  68. Jan says:

    My first choice would be the “St. Barthélemy” it sounds wonderful …and feminine.

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  69. DJ MULKEY says:

    I would kike to try ”Marrakech”…..

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  70. Mamavalveeta03 says:

    Since I’m a hippie at heart, “Marrakech” would be the fragrance for me. I can picture myself singing along with Crosby, Stills and Nash: “Would you know we’re riding on the Marrakesh Express? Would you know we’re riding on the Marrakesh Express? They’re taking me to Marrakesh.”
    Very sexy….

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  71. TexasDuchess says:

    I’d love to try Marrakech; it sounds so delicious. Jouany’s packaging and the round logo are classically elegant.

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  72. carrie obrien says:

    Marrakech, the exotic mix, sounds like my kind of fragrance!

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  73. Maureen O'Neal says:

    Definitely MARRAKECH! I’ve always wanted to go there, but this would do fine until then!(It’s gonna be a while!)

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  74. Tannersmom says:

    St. Barthelemy sounds heavenly.

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  75. Sue says:

    I love the smell of orange blossom so “Marrakech” would be my choice.

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  76. Beth Lowe says:

    I love Jasmine and Patchouli so I would really like to be the first of my friends to try Barthelemy.

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  77. jstovall says:

    St. Barthelemy, no doubt.

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  78. Becky says:

    Marrakech, I love the exotic smells in everything!

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  79. Catherine Cordeiro says:

    I would love to have the “St. Barthélemy” and the scent of Patchouli and Jasmine.

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  80. AMOGINESQ says:

    I perfer the orange scent of Marrakech.

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  81. Ginny Kelly says:

    I would most like to try, “St. Barthelemy”! It sounds exotic and passionate. I love passion in my Purfume!
    This just spoke to me, and I think it’s going to be a big seller! ♥

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  82. Patricia Caradonna says:

    I would love to try St. Barthelemy – Jasmine sounds exotic and tropical!

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  83. libanmexic says:

    I would love to try Christophe Jouany’s Marrakech perfume, because it’s me. I have also just started my own cosmetic cream and spa line based on Argan Oil, which comes from Morocco. I have visited Marrakech , and experienced it’s intoxicationg smells, food, and beautiful architecture. I usually don’t like traditional perfumes, and am adventurous when it comes to trying something new. I use orange blossom in my products, why not try a perfume with that scent! It would be a dream come true.

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  84. Laura Borud says:

    I think the Marrakech, my boyfriend doesn’t like heavy perfumy scents, this may (finally!) be a perfume he would like.

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  85. starsmom says:

    Marrakech would be my choice.

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  86. Beth Weatherford says:

    What a decision…Marrakech or St. Barthélemy? My husband loves patchouli, so should I go with St. Barthelemy..or go with Marrakech and oranges which I love? hmmm….I need a bottle of both!!!! I would have to try the St. Barthelemy first and see if it makes him smile….

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  87. Christi Barrier says:

    St.Barthelemy. If my husband responds to this, it must indeed be a miracle! He’s 62 and never smells anything I wear.

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  88. Laura Jarvis says:

    Either one would be great as I love perfume. Perfumes are something that you don’t have to fit into so it is so easy to find so many scents that you like . The St Barthélemy with the Jasmine & Patchouli sounds delightful but who can pass up the fragrance of orange blossoms.

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  89. latinpheonix says:

    I think I would like to try the Marrakech… Something new and exotic would be nice.

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  90. lorraine says:

    I’d love to try both, of course. I love a more earthy scent, so St. Bart’s to start!

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  91. Christy says:

    Marrakech ~ I love the name and oranges are one of my favorite scents.

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  92. DLori27 says:

    I’m sure both perfumes are absolutely delicious and exotic but I’d have to choose St. Barthélemy, named after his hometown. When someone creates anything as a representation of their hometown, they want it to be unique and exceptional. I’m sure this perfume is no exception and I’m sure it smells absolutely devine. Also, as a native New Yorker, who was born with a very hippie-chic sense of style, I think this perfume would be a perfect match for me.

    Thank you for the opportunity to possibly wn this very generous giveway. Happy Holidays and Good Luck To All!!!!!

    DLori27
    kleimanlaw at aol dot com

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  93. AJB says:

    They both sound good but I’ll pick St. Barthélemy.

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  94. valorosa says:

    I love to try Marrakech. I visited our daughter in Dubai a couple years ago and fell in love with the fragrances there in the souk. I’m thinking Marrakech would be fabulous too.

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  95. Diane says:

    I would pick St. Barthélemy because I absolutely adore jasmine. It’s just one of those fragrances that make me happy!

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  96. Andy says:

    Scent is my middle name! NEVER without perfume, the most recent purchased in France. Please, I NEED this 🙂

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  97. Cynt1 says:

    Marrakech! I want to smell like the name the perfume inspires, Marrakech!

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  98. hrbeck_98 says:

    Marrakech for me, please!

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  99. Mrs. Meowrr says:

    I would love to try St Barts! I haven’t had a favorite perfume since Opium…I know, I date myself but that fragrance was so divine…It just doesn’t smell the same anymore and this one sounds divine.

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  100. Kathryn says:

    I’d love to win a bottle of the St. Barts. I was lucky enough to sample both scents a few months ago and they are both really lovely.

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  101. Joslynne says:

    Marrakech is for me! Reminds me of my youth when I travelled Europe with a back pack and could not afford the wonderful perfumes and scent of the Orient. I think this would bring back my youth!

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  102. mandrada says:

    Marrakech is an absolute, it sound yummy, smells good already and I’d love to own it…hope I get lucky, this would be a great Christmas gift!

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  103. mzloveyd1 says:

    I would love to try both and a date with the creator as well!!! well if I have to pick just one scent,, i would go with St Barthelemy……My scents always lean over to the exotic side, so perhaps a change would be good…. it looks divine.

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  104. disgusted says:

    I love, love the smell of Jasmine. Think that would be awesome!!

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  105. Mary W says:

    Patchouli is my all time number one most favorite scent so my choice is St. Barthélemy.

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  106. atlellie says:

    I would like to try the St. Barthelemy. I need a new trade mark! Everyone already asks what I wear so I need to change to something new. Holidays would be a wonderful time to have this wonderful new scent to be identified by.

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  107. Heather says:

    I’m sure I would love either, but I’ll go with the Marrakech. I love anything with Bergamot and Neroli, orange and the combination of those with everything else sounds amazing!:)

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  108. Melissa says:

    I would love to have the Marrakech, after my daughter running away and stealing my car while I was on my 1st vacation for myself ever and turning 60 I could use some exotic pampering!

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  109. MARY says:

    I think I’d prefer the Jasmine scent of the St. Barthélemy.

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  110. Sheila Chaffins says:

    Marrakech definitely. I grew up in southern California. Orange Blossom trees were everywhere. There sure smelled good. Been looking for something that smelled like that since I was a youngster.

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  111. javierl22 says:

    I like the St. Barthélemy from his hometown.
    Because I was a hippie-chic and I used Jasmine and Patchouli for a while myself……back then…..right up my alley…

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  112. chaneyfamily7 says:

    I would you most want to try St. Barthélemy! Mmmm…vanilla 🙂

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  113. Naomi says:

    Marrakech- I love Neroli!

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  114. Constance says:

    Definitely St. Barthélemy. I love the smell of Jasmine!

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  115. dmnyes says:

    OHHHH LALA, I choose St. Barthe’lemy, because of the natural earthy scents. Maybe the quickest way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, but the aroma of natural herbs and oils can sway his mind.

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  116. camilla wilson says:

    Marrakech it sounds divine!

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  117. margaracantu says:

    Id like to try marrakech, the smell of oranges plus im guessing exotic spices? Especially on this season, those sound very conveying!

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  118. Theresa Bowles says:

    I would love to try both, but Marrakech first because I love orange scents and will probably never get to travel there.

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  119. Coll6233 says:

    I would like to try Marrakech. It sounds so exotic.

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  120. sisterjtc says:

    St Barthelemy would be my choice, if I have to choose. I love trying different sents. I also love winning!

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  121. Kpailette says:

    Both sound wonderful to me – Choosing one is a hard decision.

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  122. MWB says:

    So tough, but the St. Barthelemy sounds divine!! Jasmine and patchouli packaged in such a handsome bottle – I have high hopes for this one (though a good orange blossom can be heavenly, too!!). Good perfume is such a wonderful way to quietly indulge AND make yourself feel beautiful!

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  123. wendy in wyoming says:

    ummmm hard choice, I love Pachouli and jasmine but the orange….either surprise me!

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  124. eddyrobey says:

    St Bartelemy

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  125. Sue S. says:

    I would have to say St. Barthelemy….Christophe, you had me at “Patchouli.” When I smell patchouli it sends me back to the 70’s when everything was possible and love was free and safe!!! Oh, for only to have one of those days again.

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  126. mary1 says:

    Both sound delightful, but I would have to choose Marrakech. The crisp refreshing scents of orange blossoms is irresistible

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  127. km756 says:

    Marrakech

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  128. deborahf2 says:

    St. Barthelemy is the one for me…I have never gotten over my childhood romance with Patchouli….mmmmmm..

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  129. Janice says:

    Marrakech! Orange blossoms sound just lovely this time of year.

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  130. Christine Davis says:

    Marrakech as well because I also like the smell of oranges!

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  131. joann says:

    The one with orange blossom sounds exciting…a little spicing up with my husband….Marrakech….please

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  132. Rockyred says:

    Marrakech – I’m an orange blossom lover. Having lived in Florida and vacationing each spring in So. California specifically so I CAN smell the orange blossoms. I’m a ‘citris’ scent girl. Plus, if this is appealing to the opposite sex, bring me a bucket full!!!!!

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  133. Lydia Proenza says:

    Marrakech…sultry, mysterious and with the scent of oranges? What else can one desire!

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  134. debrastoykovich says:

    Oranges!!! Marrakech!!!!!

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  135. Roz Rickman says:

    This world traveler, Mr. Jounay, who makes Marrakesh perfume — what a “fantastico” gift ! In 2012 I will be starting a new decade — starts with the letter “7”. Would love to make this my signature scent. Thanks so much for the opportunity.

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  136. scole1809 says:

    I would live to try the St. Barthelemy.

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  137. Roz Rickman says:

    This world traveler who makes Marrakesh perfume — what a “fantastico” gift ! In 2012 I will be starting a new decade (70). Would love to make this my signature scent. Thanks so much for the opportunity.

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  138. DawnMarie Helin says:

    Hippy-Chic!!! St. Barthelemy for certain! That scent is so calming, and I have had it in my home for so long, that even my three children reach for a patchouli incense when they feel stressed! This would be a calming and enticing scent that I would wear everyday!!!

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  139. gbugz113 says:

    i would like to try Marrakech, it sounds like it’s light and fruity.

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  140. carolineno says:

    Marrakech! The name alone makes me want it!

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  141. ann heffner says:

    St. Barthelemy, hands down! I am one of the original hippies and still do wear patchouli in many blends, plus jasmine is one of my most favorite flowers.

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  142. Sandy says:

    They both sound terrific — probably the Marrakech because of the orange scent. But I’d love to try a the St. Barthelemy to see if the jasmine and patchouli work together, to see how strong the patchouli notes are!

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  143. Annie says:

    I love oranges — I would choose the Marrakech perfume

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  144. Bjm says:

    Marrakech, I LOVE the smell of orange blossoms

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  145. Angela Howell says:

    Time for a change, and this sounds awesome…a new year coming up and some changes are in the making…this would be the best.

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  146. akiss50 says:

    I’d love to mostly try Marrakech. I’ve heard it is a wonderful exotic place to visit and this is probably the closest I will get to being there by having a delicious fragrance on my body.

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  147. Marilyn says:

    I would like to win Marrakech. Just the thought of Morocco is exotic and I’m sure with all of Christophe Jouany’s travel experiences it has to be pure, exotic and intoxicating…and I love fragrances with orange blossom.

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  148. RRendina says:

    Hers the thing of it, I’m truly have such a hard time picking perfumes out. I find that my body chemistry is changing which means perfumes are not smeling the same. So I go for light, fruity, fresh scents. And if he has something like that I would love to try. So expensive to sample. I really would like a change.

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  149. vasslt says:

    St. Barthélemy! One of my favorite places, and love the notes of the fragrance.

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  150. bpaine7 says:

    ahhhh – oranges – Marrakech. Oranges make people smile – an uplifting scent. Why not spread peace and goodwill everywhere you go?

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  151. taffyjo says:

    Wow!, they both sound wonderful, but St. Barthélemy, really sounds yummy. jasmine- vanilla, mmm.

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  152. Kathleen Gereg says:

    St. Barthélemy would be my choice. The smell of Jasmine lingers in my memory as a soft, fragrant scent of a balmy summer afternoon when, as a young girl, I’d spend time with my Grandmother on her porch…Grandma wore a jasmine based perfume.

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  153. Rosemary M says:

    I would like to try Barthelemy because I Love the name and the excitment of wearing such a daring name!

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  154. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Marrekech is my choice. Love to win!!

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  155. Kristin Gilbert says:

    St. Barthélemy sounds dreamy to me, I would love to have this!!!

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  156. Kim Cage says:

    St. Barthelemy for me! I love the smell of Jasmine and Patchouli. would remind me of my younger hippie chic days!!!!

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  157. Margarida says:

    I would like to try Marrakech-orange blossoms sound enchanting and romantic!

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  158. Glenyse says:

    I would love to try St. Barthélemy. He had me at vanilla!

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  159. VJ says:

    Marrakech for sure! I love the smell of oranges. I have told everyone that I didn’t want anything for Christmas. I want to just give this year. But… this would make a really good surprise present for me!

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