Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by JoB63 Not going to recommend it to anyone. I like it too really different. sweet but a little bit dirty. Appeals to both sexes in an almost subliminal way. I don't want to share. August 9, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by TheWolf An Incense That Makes Sense With a name like this one might have expected Etat Libre D'Orange to be wanting to lead us by the kaftan down some day-glo Summer-Of-Love hippie trail. Far from it. 'Archives 69' turns out to be a smoky, vegetal little number whose dry incense notes speak more to the echoing aisles of ornate Italian Baroque church interiors than it would to the Woodstock Generation. Rather Monteverdi's 1610 Vespers than Jefferson Airplane! Somehow archaic and simply beautiful. December 15, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by KirstenD Warmth and spiciness, ideal for Autumn nights... Recently purchased this after ordering the sample set (mainly to try Secretions Magnifique!). After testing everything in the set, I was torn between 69 and 'Like This' for full bottle purchase, but this one kept drawing me in, like a constant whisper. The incense note is wonderful, not overdone (not too churchy), and the floral balance is divine. It reminds me of Andy Tauer's L'air Du Desert De Marocain, but much softer, and a little like Theorema, but then Christine Nagel is the nose behind both of these beauties. Definitely recommended for colder days - stays close to the skin, but lasts well. November 18, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by cari104 Church The first note is incense (Frankincense), heavy church incense. It smells like Christmas Mass, there is a whiff of candle. A light pepper scent. This reminds me off one of those expensive shops that sells scented candles, bone china mugs, cushion covers and room sprays. It is probably better suited to a candle than a perfume. April 30, 2012