It’s a classic.
The perfume industry is a big business, and one of its largest profits comes from selling its wares.
But the industry is also full of mystery, and sometimes, in the midst of its mystique, the best-known brands can be surprisingly expensive.
That’s what happened to me in January, when I tried Henry Rose.
I’m not the only one to have stumbled onto the brand in the past few years.
Its brand name, Henry Rose, means “beauty in love” in French, and its packaging is often decorated with flowers and the word “Rose.”
But the scent itself was quite plain.
Its base is a perfume oil that has been aged in oak barrels, and the perfume itself is a rich base of oak, vanilla, patchouli, rose, orange, and more.
It smells pretty good, but I could not get the scent to stick on my skin.
Henry Rose is not the first of its kind.
Some of the cheaper perfume brands are often made with perfumes that have a lot of synthetic components, and many of these products do not have a full-bodied base of essential oils, which is essential for scent-detecting chemicals.
But for Henry Rose I found that it was more expensive than its basic scent, which cost about $20.
The base of the scent had just enough olfactory complexity to keep me interested, but the scent was too strong for me to feel anything.
I tried it again later in the month, but it was too much.
Henry is a French brand of perfume.
In France, it is also known as Les Petits Petit Vintages, and in America, the brand is called Henry Rose or simply Rose.
It has been around since 1842.
Henry rose is made from an oil extracted from the oak barrels of an oak-fired barrel, which has been kept in a very dark, cool room in an oak cellar.
It’s then mixed with a mix of essential oil and fragrance oil, and dried, then aged in the oak barrel for at least a year.
HenryRose.com sells its product as a base oil, which means that the oil has been mixed with the essential oils of other plants, but that the scent has been extracted from natural oils, such as rose and rose petals.
Henryrose.com claims that the perfume has a “soft, creamy finish” and that the fragrance oils are “essential for scent detection” but that they do not contain “the essential oils and fragrance of the rose, rose petal, or tree that created this essential oil.”
The Henry Rose website also claims that its scent is “soothing and soothing, soothes the senses and improves mood.”
The perfume oil, though, is not what I was looking for.
It smelled of a floral perfume.
The scent was so strong that I had to give up and smell a different scent.
Henry’s website lists two different “flavors,” one that smells like rose and one that tastes like vanilla.
I also tried a more generic perfume called Rose and Vanilla.
Both of these were more expensive at $28 a bottle.
Henry has also made some limited-edition perfume versions, which include an amber rose base, a rose-and-amber base, and a rose scent.
But they have been discontinued.
I didn’t try any of them.
Henry does sell perfume oils for perfumery.
Henry sells a line of “Rose and Vanilla” fragrances, which contain rose and vanilla.
The Rose and vanilla fragrance costs about $6 a bottle, while the Rose and Amber scent costs $7 a bottle; I found the Rose fragrance, which I found to be less expensive, to be much less expensive than the vanilla scent.
So Henry Rose was definitely worth the price.
But I don’t think I’ll ever buy it again.