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hot 'n stuff

It got hot here; and -quite normal in middle Europe-we do not have an air condition in the "factory". Thus, it is the time of the year where I get out of the house early, do my stuff in the factory before it is getting too hot in there, and leave the factory for the paper and office work in the afternoon. Blogging posts are considered office work.

And "do my stuff" translates into: Polishing and labelling air du désert marocain bottles. 1000 bottles are waiting for that.

And after that: 1000 flacons of Une rose de Kandahar and another 1000 flacons. Is is going to be a busy July. And probably a month with shorter blog posts.

Like: Polishing! Why? Because the flacons are produced semi automatically and this means that all of them have a layer of something that needs to be removed.

5 thoughts on “hot 'n stuff”

  • Andy, that is the joy of being your customer - we know your perfumes pass directly through the hands of the artist. There are not too many things we can say that about anymore.

    I hope this warm weather is good for your tomatoes! :-)

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  • good morning, Melissa
    it is actually the perfect tomato weather. :-)

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  • Speaking of tomatoes, how is the Siberian early coming along?

    We are stuck in the house today with heavy rains today. Wish I could be sitting around polishing bottles with you instead.

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  • Oh, thanks, Tara C.
    The Siberian Early is doing fantastic. Contrary to the others, it stays small, but its stems are strong and it seems to outgrow the others in terms of how many tomatoes is going to produce. Next year: I will make more of them. That's for sure.

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  • Hah, Andy... i can't wait to own a bottle of PHI... this makes me so happy!

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