Histoires De Parfums 1740 Marquis De Sade Review (Sexy Leather+Patchouli) + Full Bottle USA Giveaway

Histoires De Parfums 1740: Marquis De Sade Review (Sexy Leather+Patchouli)
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Histoires De Parfums 1740 Marquis De Sade Review + Full Bottle USA Giveaway

This is my Histoires De Parfums 1740 Marquis De Sade review. Even though I’ve known about Histoires De Parfums for quite some time now and own Histoires De Parfums 1889 Moulin Rouge it’s been quite some time since I have obtained 1740 Marquis De Sade. I also really love the idea of combining history with perfumes. I’m really obsessed with history especially with European history and combining it with perfumes is a win win for me. This perfume is all about the Marquis De Sade though and the year the Marquis De Sade was born is 1740 and that is what the fragrance is called 1740 Marquis De Sade. Marquis De Sade is known for bondage and sadism and the sadism comes from his last name Sade. The fragrance is inspired by the Marquis De Sade and the inspiration is very fitting. The fragrance combines the best of leather, patchouli and woody notes and is really a masculine chypree. An intoxicating combo of notes which also uses Davana Sensualis which is basically artemesia. Artemesia smells of licorice, anise or absinth and here in 1740 Marquis De Sade it starts off the fragrance with a boozy woody quality. I love Histoires De Parfums 1740 Marquis De Sade and am ready to explore the house of Histoires De Parfums further.

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Comments

Kerry Pope says:

Sounds like an Amen Flanker

Bad Kid says:

Sounds good 🙂

BBRY OSMART says:

ambre 114, 1725 casanova and 1828 Jules Verne are beautiful also.

Barnabus Wizardspook says:

what was the song you used in your old intro??

Ginny Giniver says:

This sounds oh so sexy but probably for my hubby and not me Sebastian. Although if I get this for him I might sneak a few sprays for myself too. Loved this review. Must go to the site to participate in this contest. Thank you

Nelson Murilo says:

Wow, your review put Marquis de Sade on top of my wishlist!
Thanks Sebastian 🙂

bhaffar says:

Great fragrance – works well in cold weather!

Jim Slade says:

I love 1740. I bought the 15ml travel size from the Perfume House here in Portland about two years ago, and it’s getting close to full bottle time. I like many of the fragrances in the line, Ambre 114, Noir Patchouli, 1725, but I have to say that 1740 is my favorite. It just smells *niche*, if that makes sense. Cheers, Sebastian!

B.M. Orr says:

Great review, thanks! If you don’t already have it the HdP discovery collection is a great way to check others from this house and it’s reasonably priced.

Ritankar Sasmal says:

i like the new intro music n style with orange n blue…

Alison Carberry says:

Great review!! Sounds great!

Gina Tabasso says:

I’m an English major and took a master’s individual study on subordinate and dominant roles in literature. I read lots of de Sade and Sacher von Masoch. I tried and like this one. On me, it is smoke then a bit of sweet fruit then dries down to soft smoke/charcoal, and in the final base is lovely amber but all skin scent. No projection as most HdP. Not many have read 100 days of sodom. But, the best de Sade IMO is Justine.

Johmathan .B. Swift says:

If you are just getting into niche, this ones a must sample.
Got a small bottle of it. Need a bigger one. Love it.

CRR62 says:

Perfumes are memory markers so why not mark special events of history with a scent

hiikuu says:

love the new intro!!

Amir Pi says:

Awesome review,thx mate i never own any parfume from this house ,well yet:)

Patrick Echevarria says:

Interesting. Never own any from this house yet.

lj6583 says:

Sounds like a good one. I’m also very interested in 1725 Casanova. Thanks for the review!

egemini618 says:

I love the idea of history as the back story for a fragrance. You should explore this house, I think there are some that you’d really love and enjoy wearing. 1969 is another patchouli from this house. Curious to get your opinion if you explore more of the brand!

Angèle Larivière says:

Thanks! good reviews, I like the name, I think it’s appropriate for this type of scent!

Exotic Scents with Nikhil says:

Dark and Mysterious. Absolutely. I have watched Kate’s movie. And also 100 Days of Sodom. Its crazy and too dark. Its a masterpiece from HDP. Love it. Superb video sir.

The Scentinel says:

great house from the stuff i sniffed so far. i think tge patchouli is what gives tbe leather that bit of ‘dirty’ feel.

The Scentinel says:

oh yes!! one of my favourites. To me it’s a wonderfully sensual scent.

Rob Whiff says:

this line has always caught my attention and I love the whole history behind the creations , I have tried 1899 and I absolutely love that one beautiful spiced woodsy scent , thanks for bringing this one to light Sebastian …

edward gurango says:

So, will a flanker be called “120 Journees de Sodome”? Hah! Interesting, nevertheless.

Tom Schroeder says:

I like your description of how 1740 Marquise de Sade notes of Leather and Patchouli dry downas a beautiful dark and mysterious journey. Ok, now I want to experience this intoxicating fragrance. Thanks for the review!

Francois Prelati says:

excellent fragrance and review! I’m not from the USA but I would like to win this giveaway since the 1740 is out of my reach.

Jon Komatsu says:

Yes , this a nice patchouli based fragrance, yet I personally don’t get any leather.

On my skin I get an interesting patchouli, coriander and immortelle accord, with a hint of the labdanum, creating an almost a savory gourmandy effect. Almost like a curried patchouli! I believe I get a hint of a dry greeness from the artemsia, with a pleasantly sweet bergamot lurking beneath the party.

Okay, sounds strange, but fascinating effect. Histoires de Parfums is an excellent house, creating a consistently solid line of juices. Great review, mahalo!

Alex Olendorff says:

Great video! I have always wanted to try thins brand.. It is very interesting.

hiikuu says:

I know you like boozy scents..have you tried The Tragedy of Lord George by Penhaligons? there is only one review for it on youtube and i would love to hear your thoughts on it!

Mrs Press says:

Sounds absolutely fabulous. Though you say it’s masculine I’d love to give it a go. So many notes in it that I love! I entered the giveaway! Thanks Sebastian for the great review!!

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