Olfactif Interviews

My interview on Olfactif has just been posted. Tara Swords, the woman behind Olfactif, does a very nice job with these perfumer interviews. She is an experienced author/journalist and it shows.

The blog Sense of Scent recently posted an interesting interview with Tara. She explains her goals with the new Olfactif sample service, her target audience, how she defines niche, and how she chooses scents for each month’s theme.

Josh Meyer of Imaginary Authors was interviewed last week on the Olfactif site in Part 1 and Part 2. It was fun to get to know more about him and to learn how he got started in perfumery.

And one last Olfactif related link: the EauMG blog is offering a drawing for a free 3-month subscription to Olfactif. You have until April 13th to enter.

I received a lot of orders this weekend with many bottles to fill and package (everyone seemed to pick this last Fri/Sat to order), so I didn’t get back to the new vetiver scent until last night. Spiced Citrus Vetiver is my top priority right now and I’ll try to finish asap.

About Laurie E

artisan perfumer and owner of Sonoma Scent Studio
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4 Responses to Olfactif Interviews

  1. What a wonderful interview, Laurie! Thanks for sharing it and the other links with us. Hope that you are doing well and that the weather in Sonoma is beautiful.

    • Laurie E says:

      Thanks, glad you liked it!

      It’s typical spring here — summery one day and a bit blustery or drippy the next, but very green and pretty. πŸ™‚

  2. brie says:

    Loved the interview and am eagerly awaiting Spiced Citrus Vetiver!

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