Puredistance BLACK – Giveaway

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Puredistance BLACK

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Tonight we have 8 X 2ml samples of Puresdistance BLACK to giveaway by random draw. This ‘fume is the Best in Show 2013 on The Fragrant Man where it won a Jatamansi Award.

Puredistance BLACK is a Black Beauty. This is one of the 7 wonders of the modern perfume world.

How to enter:
Step 1 – Like the Puredistance Facebook page
AND / OR
Follow @puredistance on Twitter.

If you do both you will be in the draw twice.

Step 2 – Leave a comment here that you have done so AS WELL AS a copy/paste quote attributed to any of the Olfactive Scribes listed here.

Jan Ewoud Vos, the very Creative Director of Puredistance

Jan Ewoud Vos, the very Creative Director of Puredistance

This draw is open to anyone, anywhere in planet earth. The gift recipents will be announced here 7 days later.

puredistance - BLACK Perfumer - Antonie Lie

Puredistance – BLACK Perfumer – Antonie Lie

Puredistance – BLACK
Perfumer: Antonie Lie
Release Date: November 2013
Perfume Extrait 32% Perfume Oil
Notes
Released when they warm up on your skin.

Puredistance Twitter
Puredistance website
Puredistance Facebook

29 responses to “Puredistance BLACK – Giveaway

  1. Liked on Facebook. Following on Twitter as well. Really hoping to win

    “Perfumes of this kind, from Amouage to By Kilian often use their sillage to assert themselves as luxury. Not here, though, and as the press materials stress– this is a feature, not a bug.”

  2. OK, both liked and followed.
    I like Elena’s description on Perfume Shrine..
    “Fermented prunes, cognac in oak barrels and handfuls of woolen knits folded into camphoraceous tissue paper that emits that borderline vibe between poison and medicine.” So good.Love the new word camphoraceous.

  3. I have never smelled this brand, i follow them on FB and twitter. I love this quote from the Non-Blonde, which speaks of class not flash:” Perfumes of this kind, from Amouage to By Kilian often use their sillage to assert themselves as luxury. Not here, though, and as the press materials stress– this is a feature, not a bug.”

  4. OK, both liked and followed.
    I like Elena’s description on Perfume Shrine..
    “Fermented prunes, cognac in oak barrels and handfuls of woolen knits folded into camphoraceous tissue paper that emits that borderline vibe between poison and medicine.” So good. Love the new word camphoraceous.

  5. Ive already follow them on twitter and liked their FB page. I’ll quote my girl Kafka on how the patchouli in Puredistance Black smelled too jammy and purple to bare ” Five minutes in, I feel as though I’ve been covered by fruit syrup. Twenty minutes in, I feel as though I’ve been transformed into a berry tart with unctuous, cloyingly sweet, fruited, purple Smucker’s jam, then sprinkled with rose petals and a dusting of saffron. I have to be honest, I lost my appetite — and I hadn’t eaten in over 12 hours.”

  6. Following on Facebook and Twitter – this perfume sounds gorgeous.
    Love this quote…
    Puredistance BLACK isn’t the absence of light; it is the play of illumination and shadow ever shifting on my wrist.

    Michelyn Camen
    CaFleureBon

  7. I already follow them on facebook and twitter.Have a sample of the original Purdistance which is delightful.Would love to smell puredistance Black,its sounds yummy🙂

  8. I already follow Purdistance on FB and twitter.I have a sample of their original fragrance and its great.Would love to smell and try the Black.It sounds yummy🙂

  9. I am following them on Facebook. My favourite quote was Michelyn’s from Cafleurebon: “Puredistance BLACK isn’t the absence of light; it is the play of illumination and shadow ever shifting on my wrist.”
    I would absolutely love to give it a try!! Thank you for this opportunity!

  10. Liked on FB & followed on Twitter.

    “Puredistance BLACK isn’t the absence of light; it is the play of illumination and shadow ever shifting on my wrist.” -Michelyn Camen

    I so hope I get to smell this!

  11. Following on FB and Twitter.
    My favorite quote is Michelyn’s from Cafleurebon: “Puredistance BLACK isn’t the absence of light; it is the play of illumination and shadow ever shifting on my wrist.”
    Thanks for this generous draw!

  12. i, too, like michelyn camen’s quote best: “Puredistance BLACK isn’t the absence of light; it is the play of illumination and shadow ever shifting on my wrist.”

    i liked puredistance on FB. thank you for this opportunity!

  13. Both liked and followed now. My fav quote is:
    Puredistance BLACK isn’t the absence of light; it is the play of illumination and shadow ever shifting on my wrist.

    Michelyn Camen
    CaFleureBon

  14. i was already following Puredistance on both facebook and twitter so didn’t have to do that …my favorite quote is :

    Puredistance BLACK isn’t the absence of light; it is the play of illumination and shadow ever shifting on my wrist.

    Michelyn Camen
    CaFleureBon

    appreciate the draw

  15. Following on Twitter

    “Puredistance BLACK isn’t the absence of light; it is the play of illumination and
    shadow ever shifting on my wrist.” -Michelyn Camen

    I would love to smell Puredistance Black. Puredistance M is an amazing fragrance and I hope to get a bottle of it in the future.

    Thanks for the draw.

  16. Following on FB & Twitter🙂
    My favourite quote is:
    “As Black’s heart progresses, you are taken on a journey over blackened, pebble smooth roads filled with complex twists and turns, traveling through a forest of smoke and sensual woods.”Flaconneur-Per Fumus
    I’d love to experience this olfactory journey as well! x

  17. I ‘liked’ your FaceBook page!
    Thought this quote by Jordan River was interesting: But there is another reason that I like to be fragrant. I use scent as a disguise because my personal aroma attracts men, women, dogs, cats and opossums if it is not veiled with blends of frankincense, wormwood and patchouli. In Asia I have to be wary of snakes.

  18. I am a fan of Puredistance on Facebook and I followed you on twitter as well, my favorite quote :
    Puredistance BLACK isn’t the absence of light; it is the play of illumination and shadow ever shifting on my wrist.

    Michelyn Camen
    CaFleureBon

    Thank you for this draw

  19. “Puredistance BLACK isn’t the absence of light; it is the play of illumination and shadow ever shifting on my wrist.” -Michelyn Camen

  20. I truly love your blog I like to pass by every know and then it’s my reference when ever I want to find something new about perfumes
    Thank you for sharing
    Cheers
    Zara

  21. Following both FB and Twitter, because I love the brand and I have reviewed 2 fragrances at my website recently.

    I loved this one:
    “BLACK dances in shadows.
    Soft and textural, it feels like perfumed velvet, wrapped around a crystal well of jet black ink.
    Clayton Ilolahia”

    Fingers crossed!

  22. greatt quote. i liked on FB. “BLACK dances in shadows.
    Soft and textural, it feels like perfumed velvet, wrapped around a crystal well of jet black ink.
    Clayton Ilolahia”

  23. This is an amazing giveway, Mr. RIver! Thank you!
    I am a fan of Puredistance on Facebook for a long time now.
    I like this quote the most: “Dear Reader, please excuse any impression of vanity or vain-glory. My reaction to this scent was so personal that I felt like the above fantastical events had taken place. All I could do was envision, smell, and feel this scent swirling into my life story.” I can relate to such experience for a couple of other perfumes…

  24. 1) liked on facebook : Ann Hbez

    2) following via twitter: @wannastayme

    Puredistance BLACK isn’t the absence of light; it is the play of illumination and shadow ever shifting on my wrist.

    attributed to Michelyn Camen of CaFleureBon

    Thank You for this giveaway:)

  25. Puredistance BLACK isn’t the absence of light; it is the play of illumination and shadow ever shifting on my wrist.

    liked on fb

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