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Join Sniffapalooza in Zurich this Fall! Reserve By July 15!

swiss flowers 1If you’ve been dreaming about joining us for Sniffapalooza Zurich, now’s the time to reserve your space!  This September, we’ll be exploring Alpine sights, sounds, tastes and scents, on our seventh annual trip abroad! Check out the recaps of our prior journeys to Lisbon, Barcelona, Grasse, London, Florence, and Paris to see how we travel, Sniffapalooza style! We’ll be traveling with a small group of approximately 20, and we’ve got inside access to the world of fragrance! Here’s what we’re planning so far, with more surprises to be added!

Saturday, September 21 — Saturday, September 28, 2013

Six nights accommodations at a charming hotel in downtown Zurich, double occupancy (single occupancy available at an additional cost), private bath, A/C, Satellite TV, wireless high-speed internet access, breakfast each morning, five days of Private Motorcoach, including day-trips with English-speaking guide to Lucerne and Appenzell, a comprehensive city tour, Lake Zurich cruise, sojourns  to chocolate, cheese and watch factories, a very special visit to Givaudan’s Flavor & Fragrance facility in Dubendorf,  presentations by perfumers Andy Tauer! Vero Kern! Thorsten Biehl! Roja Dove! Uli Lang!, private visits to niche perfume boutiques,  including all taxes & service fees, and airport transfers!

Complete details and pricing information available upon request. Please join our Zurich Interest mailing list further information. Wir sehen uns in Zürich!



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Sniffapalooza Zurich Booking Now!

zurich 1It’s time to reserve your space for Sniffapalooza Zurich! We’ll be traveling from September 21- September 28, 2013, and a $250.00 USD deposit will reserve your hotel/land package (airfare not included) for an incredible week of Swiss scent exploration!

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Lisbon Journal: Adventures with Luis Pereira, Part Two

Typical Portuguese neighborhoods have always been the heartbeat of social life. Especially the barbershops. Gentlemen with top hats and impeccable suits ventured out for their daily shaves and local news. Badger brushes, knives and shaving cream were the old tradition, now revived by the fragrances of Antiga Barbeira de Bairro. Luis Pereira presented this new line to us at Barbearia Campos, the oldest barbershop in Lisbon. It’s an amazing place with a tonsorial museum and antique barber instruments. As you can see, the men in our travel group certainly enjoyed their hot towel shaves!