Category Archives: Yules
I love making a new Cambienne. Mind you, it is a challenge but it makes me feel that I have done something daring and risky and pulled it off. First, let me explain briefly what Cambienne is, it’s a perfume … Continue reading
Look at the expression on my face! I really enjoyed yoga even at that age! This blog is brought to you by Possets Perfume!
At the end of every season we vote on which of the seasonal Possets should become permanent. This time we were positing on Dark Revels (Yule) and the voting has ended. Sweetbaby, Gingerbaby, and Silver Ginger were all chosen to … Continue reading
This is the last day to vote for your 3 favorite Possets from this year’s fabulous Dark Revels Collection for Yule. The top 3 vote getters will become permanent additions to the Possets Line! Go here to vote!
Oh the new year. The healthy year. I give out with my best big toothed grin, secure in the knowledge that there are loads of healthy and delicious things to eat and I can say goodbye to cookies, candy, pie … Continue reading
Every year everyone gets the same ghastly assortment of edibles from well-meaning but harried relatives and friends. The gift basket is the bane of Xmas, announcing at once that the giver didn’t want to have to think about what you … Continue reading
Ever wonder what unscrupulous people do with old peanuts which have been lying around a warehouse in Manilla for about 5 years? They make them into some repulsive coated-nut “treat”. They also do this with past-prime: hazel-nuts, cashews, and almonds … Continue reading
It comes unrefrigerated, it’s a light yellow, sometimes it has separated into oil and more solid pus-looking stuff. It always has that greasy taste, it’s pasteurized processed cheese spread (ppcs). It used to be tangy but now it’s a tangy/sweet combination which … Continue reading
I think that tastes change and possibilities do as well. At Possets Perfume I have been finding some wonderful sources of ingredients and started to use a different philosophy to augment my original light and foody perfumes. I still have … Continue reading