#2,361

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East Texas
Just curious, is it feasible (or ethical) for CONUS folks to purchase alcohol-containing products and then ship to international folks? I would imagine it would be pricey, and of course would depend on the honor system, but I could see how an individual could do that for an individual. I'm not familiar with shipping over seas, so I don't know what kind of declarations one has to make to ship. I assume the individual falls under the same restrictions as corporate. This is hypothetical, of course.
#2,362

Maker of Soaps and Shaver of Men
Cooperstown, NY, USA
(01-10-2017, 08:36 PM)120inna55 Wrote: Just curious, is it feasible (or ethical) for CONUS folks to purchase alcohol-containing products and then ship to international folks?  I would imagine it would be pricey, and of course would depend on the honor system, but I could see how an individual could do that for an individual.  I'm not familiar with shipping over seas, so I don't know what kind of declarations one has to make to ship.  I assume the individual falls under the same restrictions as corporate.  This is hypothetical, of course.

It's feasible and I wouldn't say it's unethical, but it's risky for the same reasons it's risky for us. Illegal without the proper paperwork and licensing. But, if you have someone with whom you have some kind of arrangement, have at it. Smile
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#2,363

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New Jersey
Will,

I just wanted to take a second and say THANK YOU. Thank you for bringing back Night Music and for the whole 2017 lineup.
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#2,364

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East Texas
(01-10-2017, 09:32 PM)DblDe Wrote: Will,

I just wanted to take a second and say THANK YOU. Thank you for bringing back Night Music and for the whole 2017 lineup.

I second this notion. At the risk of sounding like I'm kissing ass, much thought and consideration is clearly given not only to the creative scents and products, but also the planning of the releases. For example, the decision to take a break from Hallows, allowing room for Gothique shows good business sense as well as mutually benefiting the customers/community. We all have an opportunity to own the product, but it maintains a mystique by having somewhat of an irregular offering. The seasonal offerings of something of similar flavor are still there to satisfy the craving without succumbing to monotony. This promotes a freshness that I'm sure invigorates the perfumer's muse, but also keeps the Brand relevant in the community. Ultimately, we all win. As a result, I wouldn't be surprised to see Night Music take a break in 2018 for that very reason.
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#2,365
(01-10-2017, 06:24 PM)120inna55 Wrote:
(01-10-2017, 06:14 PM)Barrister_N_Mann Wrote: The Night Music Pre-Order is now open!

Ordered the full set.

Me too! Excited for this one for sure. Heart
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#2,366

Maker of Soaps and Shaver of Men
Cooperstown, NY, USA
(01-10-2017, 09:32 PM)DblDe Wrote: Will,

 I just wanted to take a second and say THANK YOU. Thank you for bringing back Night Music and for the whole 2017 lineup.

(01-10-2017, 10:23 PM)120inna55 Wrote:
(01-10-2017, 09:32 PM)DblDe Wrote: Will,

 I just wanted to take a second and say THANK YOU. Thank you for bringing back Night Music and for the whole 2017 lineup.

I second this notion.  At the risk of sounding like I'm kissing ass, much thought and consideration is clearly given not only to the creative scents and products, but also the planning of the releases.  For example, the decision to take a break from Hallows, allowing room for Gothique shows good business sense as well as mutually benefiting the customers/community.  We all have an opportunity to own the product, but it maintains a mystique by having somewhat of an irregular offering.  The seasonal offerings of something of similar flavor are still there to satisfy the craving without succumbing to monotony.  This promotes a freshness that I'm sure invigorates the perfumer's muse, but also keeps the Brand relevant in the community.  Ultimately, we all win. As a result, I wouldn't be surprised to see Night Music take a break in 2018 for that very reason.

It's my pleasure. I'm thrilled to have brought it back, actually; Night Music, for all of the furor that surrounds it, remains one of my proudest accomplishments as a perfumer. Thank you both for the kind words. Smile
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#2,367

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East Texas
(01-10-2017, 11:41 PM)Barrister_N_Mann Wrote: ...Night Music, for all of the furor that surrounds it...
Really? Has there been that much negativity? I guess it has just enough musk and vanilla to stir that up.
#2,368
Does anyone know if Maggard's will have samples of Night Music?

I don't believe they did samples for Hallows, probably due to the high demand for the full soap. Just wondering if this will be the same.


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(01-11-2017, 07:34 AM)Watson Wrote: Does anyone know if Maggard's will have samples of Night Music?

I don't believe they did samples for Hallows, probably due to the high demand for the full soap. Just wondering if this will be the same.


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If they have samples the full sized tubs will be sold out by the time you get them Wink. Regarding the EdT how much longer does it last/project vs the aftershave

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Luxembourg
(01-11-2017, 03:13 PM)Lenaud011 Wrote: [Regarding the EdT how much longer does it last/project vs the aftershave
According to the official product description: "Night Music EdT has an expected wear time of 8-10 hours."
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