On skin, wet: Ozone, white musk, and mint! 1986 The teetering remnants of the ruined cloister are matched by the ominous parallels of the oak-trees and construct an architecture that unifies the man-made and the natural. Another beautiful interperetation, and I guess I should just stop saying that in my Salon reviews because it's true for all of them so far. I'm not smelling any frankincense. The museum is located pretty far uptown, but it's easy to get there by public transportation. Overall: This is a wonderful perfect blend for a hot summer day. Titled after the Caspar David Friedrich artwork that is also used as the cover. The Cloisters are located at 99 Margaret Corbin Drive, Fort Tryon Park, New York, NY 10040. A mint top note that throws much more than this would tear your head off with it's menthol smell. (After Snowblind.) Nuclear Winter is one of my top 5 scents, so that's a good sign, but I was worried it might be too close. The comparisons to Ice Queen were also very exciting, though I already feel like Talvikuu and Kumari Kandam kind of fill that niche for me and I don't wear a lot of overtly minty blends. Kreative Arts Canvas Prints Giclee Artwork for Wall Decor, Classic Van Gogh Artwork... Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. There's a problem loading this menu right now. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. After striking out with so many snow blends, Cloister Graveyard In the Snow has restored my faith. Apres-ski, restaurants and other activities in Klosters I open the bottle and went "why did I order this again?" By continuing to use our website you agree to our, Widest choice of ski holidays from 60+ tour operators, Iglu Ski awarded Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award 2019, Apres-ski, restaurants and other activities in Klosters. Anno Mundi Window in Time ℗ 2013 Earshock (AMS) Released on: 2013-10-22 Composer: G. Livi Auto-generated by YouTube. This scent really conjures up the essence of the painting -- you have just stumbled across an abandoned abbey, dusk is falling faster than you realized, and the snow leaves a heavy silence across the land where none has tread before you. I don't notice any musk action at all at first, and the frankinscence keeps to itself, or does a good job of blending in, quite a bit. We use cookies to give you the best experience possible. Cloister Cemetery in the Snow (burned 1945) historic photo (1902) - Caspar David Friedrich Cloister Cemetery in the Snow (burned 1945) historic photo (1902) For technical reasons the appearance on a monitor may show colors slightly different from the original. Wet: Mmmmm, cool without being MINTY!, airy and breezy without being totally COLD. Musky, minty, ozone is akin to an orgy of a good blend, the frankenscence adds enough of an earthy anchor, and yet keeps to a background and well blended position, that it make the orgy fun and not too crazy. On my skin, the mints play for a while, then the ozone creeps up from behind and beats the mint down till its nothing. Mint and snow and a little bit of ozone, all in a beautiful and delicious slush. First sniff: Ozone! Well, with three white musks, ozone, frankincense, mint to work with, okay, yeah, I remember now. Ooooh. I smell the mint and ozone straight away. I actually gasped when I opened the bottle. In the bottle, Cloister is piercing, high-pitched, cold, solitary and sinister. Please try your search again later. March 4, 2011 at 10:43 am Not a terrible lot of throw, as is typical of blends with mint and or ozone for a top note. Klosters is set in the beautiful Prattigau Valley, 1200 metres above sea level. This may be my 2nd favorite mint ever. A number of bars in Klosters Platz cater to a relaxed après crowd and you can dance the night away in Casa Antica. Hints of mint. I was nervous the frankincense would take over, but there's only a hint of smoke in the background. However, this may possibly be one of my new all-time favorites. Being what they are (resin and base notes) this make perfect sense, but the lazy, and still throughly blended, process of it is amazing. There are no reviews for Cloister Graveyard in the Snow yet. Cloister Graveyard in the Snow, 1810 Oil on Canvas, approximately 47 x 70 in. Although Klosters has, for a long time been associated with the jet set, film stars and even royalty, it still remains a typical, friendly, Swiss village, with picturesque chalets and horse-drawn sleighs. One of the musks in this has a slightly sweetened tinge to it that is just wonderful. Subtle is their first name. It's easy! Snow-covered trees in the Bonnefont Cloister But as the sun comes out, the trees spring up again and their gnarled branches cast shadows across the garden. I was gifted an imp of this by the lovely PilotKitten. It's the same mints as Nuclear Winter and the same snowy/icy slush as both Wolf Moon and Nuclear Winter. Its been on for about 30 minutes and its just amazing. Please Login to vote. Cloister Graveyard is just amazing. This is lovely and contemplative (and so very much what I'd hoped Snow-Flakes would be for me, and then more.). I smell the mint and ozone straight away. There it is!". That said, I am completely and utterly delighted with Elizabeth's interpretation of Cloister Graveyard in the Snow. Yum. It's more ozone-y than minty. This is my favorite blend of the Salons for far. Cloister Graveyard in the Snow dries down to a sweet vanilla mint with hints of salty ozone and clean musk, and the overall impression is that this is both a very chilly and a very dry scent. It's not too ozone-y and there is a sort of sweetness to it (must be the white musk?) She has perfectly captured the stillness and the profundity of Friedrich's work in this blend; Elizabeth has successfully instilled the faded majesty of the cathedral, the chill of the winter air, the lingering essence of the life that was in this sanctified space and the solemn permanence of death that ultimately conquers all that comes before - all this is found in one little bottle. Nice, but nothing special. It starts off with the cool whispery mints, and then dries down to the musks, but still retains a bit of the mint. Did you find this review useful? The white musk notes are fantastic, spreading a serene, soft white blanket over the icy ozone and mint. Dry: The frankenscence and musks ever so slowly develop throughout the drying process. Overall this is sweet and cold, along the lines of Wolf Moon and Ice Queen--to my nose, at least. Still minty, cool, ozone with frankincense. Lovely, lovely, lovely. Except to say that yes, I smell a similarity to my all-time favorite, Ice Queen. Mmmmm, cool without being MINTY!, airy and breezy without being totally COLD.


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