How To Entice Small Children And Indulge Your Hobby At The Same Time

The title says it all.

If you ever need an opportunity to stay in your children’s good books and smell something lovely, just turn to Francis Kurkdjian’s bubbles.

Les Bulles d’Agathe are named after the perfumers’s niece and are available in four scents: Cut Grass, Cold Mint, Violet and Pear. My favorite would be Cut Grass, my sons would probably favor Pear.

What a lovely, if indulgent, way to enjoy springtime outside and bring together different sources of happiness.

1,5 fl.oz are 14€ available at Maison Francis Kurkdjian’s website, Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman.

I am in no way affiliated with the shops cited.

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8 Responses to How To Entice Small Children And Indulge Your Hobby At The Same Time

  1. Marina says:

    What a cute idea!

  2. Sandra Glittenberg says:

    These are little gems! Found them at Le Parfum in Vienna.

  3. Sandra says:

    Hi! Thanks to you I discovered Duft & Kultur and actually am amazed that it took me 15 years of living here to actually walk in there. Thank goodness for your blog!

  4. Marla says:

    We had lots of fun at our family reunion this summer with the Cut Grass bubbles! I love this stuff! I think he makes special perfumed bubbles for festivals in Paris, too. How lovely.

    • Olfactoria says:

      That sounds great! I might indulge in the Cut Grass bubbles, it is for the children after all! 😉
      I would love to be at such a festival in Paris, what a good idea.
      I would love to see Karl Lagerfeld blowing Chanel N°5 bubbles, that would be a sight for sore eyes! 🙂

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