I truly enjoyed counting (and re-counting, and counting again) the votes for these two Swiss indie perfumers, because, Ladies and Gentlemen, we have a tie!
I’m happy to report that the votes for these two wonderful and much admired artists in Perfumeland turned out to be exactly the same.
We had a few of you sneakily trying to avoid casting a vote, but those need not have worried: the universe saw fit to keep things in balance. Andy and Vero are both beloved and revered by the fragrance community and it shows…
So, in honor of Vero, I’m enjoying Mito today and sneaking a sniff of Une Rose Vermeille from the back of my hand now and again. It’s a tie after all…
Many thanks to the lovely Undina for the graph! You are the best at these things!
It felt like a tie! The market researcher in me wants to inquire whether you omitted data from people who had only tried one line?
Nope. All votes casted were counted. Only “neither one” or “both” weren’t taken into the account.
Thanks for answering that, Undina!
yes yes yes!!!!!
This was too fun…and soon I will be trying some Tauers thanks to a wonderful fragrant fairy!
Undina is the best with these graphs :D!!
Glad you get to try Tauer Perfumes.
I thought it would be close but that’s really close.
It sure is! 🙂
What an absolutely perfect result!
Great graphic from Undina, as usual.
It was meant to be… 🙂
I love that it is a tie – they both deserve to win in my book!
My thoughts exactly!
Wow, a perfect tie! How cool is that? Kudos to you for another fun poll and to Undina for her creative way of doing the graph.
It’s very cool! 🙂
I love the way the bottles look like a couple – the man all dark and angular, the woman lushly coloured and curvy…
Absolutely, Maggie! I was also thinking how very much the bottles of these two perfume lines embody male and female characteristics.
My vSO noticed exactly the same thing! It’s interesting that I wasn’t even thinking about it while I was working with those pictures: I was concentrating on numbers 🙂