I am bringing you something new and fresh this time! I have many friends that are into perfumes, but only few are crazy as hell and on fire when it comes to very good perfumes. The author of this review is very particular - please welcome Zoran Kurelić. Zoran is a full-time professor at the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science who graduated with his Master thesis at the London School of Economics and was a professor at The New School in New York. One of his specialties is political theory, so I warmly welcome you to Google his articles. He was my mentor during my Master thesis and that is how we met, but we became friends because of perfumes, of course. We were both on fire when we heard about BeauFort and that's why I asked him to write his own, independent review of this cool, English perfume brand. I thank him for this appearance on BL'eauOG.
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A long time ago, in the early 1980s, I had a vision of Hell while I was listening 23 Skidoo’s The Culling is Coming. I thought I unwillingly tuned in to some ancient mythical vision but a few years later when the war in former Yugoslavia started I realized it was a prophetic vision. The problem with visions is that you find out that they were prophetic only retrospectively. The same is with art and dreams. Yatagan was my perfume at the time.