Helene, who posted on the 28th

Here's a golden gardenia for Helene! Photo from logees.com

Here’s a golden gardenia for Helene! Photo from logees.com

Helene’s name was drawn at random, and she has been notified by private email. I’m so happy for her! This book is a true treasure for perfumers, there is nothing like it out there. Thank you to everyone who entered here and on Facebook, your enthusiasm was wonderful, I can tell you were as excited by the re-discovery of powder enfleurage as I was, and I hope some are already using the technique.

For those who tried to click on the link to download the .pdf version of the book, or the link to view it online, I think all the traffic crashed the agricultural site in India! For whatever reason, with thousands of hits from my newsletter readers, Facebook followers, and others who found out about it via social media, the links no longer work.

I have my webmistress working on the solution. She’s uploading the .pdf to one of my websites, as part of an autoresponder. More later, hopefully later today.

UPDATE: You can now download the .pdf of the Natural Perfume Materials book directly from my website. It’s the only place we have set up for an autoresponder that will give you a confirmation link to the download page, via registering for my newsletter. You can unsub from the newsletter, if you like (but I think you’ll like it, give it a try for a few issues) at any time, of course. There are two other free documents available when you register. go to http://perfumeclasses.com/ Thanks for all your interest in my post about powder enfleurage, and thanks for all your lovely comments on this blog.

PS: I’d encourage y’all to subscribe to my blog, so you get updates, and get in on giveaways I’ll host in the future.