Win a Rare Perfume for Valentine’s Day

I haven’t completely lost my touch.  I still have my sources.  I’m using them to take one lucky subscriber on a sensual journey to far away and long ago.  The scent from this exotic, rare perfume will take you there. (see Valentine’s Day to read about the power of perfume).

Niche luxury fragrance house Amouage has reintroduced Ubar for Woman, a sophisticated and mystical perfume inspired by the rediscovery of the long lost ancient Arabian frankincense trading city of Ubar, called the Atlantis of the Sands by Lawrence of Arabia and which was rediscovered in 1992 in the South of Oman.





To get the exciting chance to win Ubar,  you have to do something for me- for Georgia – first:  You must subscribe by February 9th to The Diary of the Vixen Divorcee, or if you are already subscribed, get someone else to subscribe.  Doing so will enter you into a drawing, the winner of which will receive a bottle of perfume from Oman.

What do you have to do to be entered in the drawing?

If you are a current subscriber:

  1. Get someone you know to visit The Diary of the Vixen Divorcee and subscribe.
  2. Add a comment to the bottom of this posting with the initials of the person who subscribed.
  3. You and the subscriber you recruited will be entered in the drawing.
  4. You will have one entry in the drawing for each subscriber you recruit.

If you are not currently subscribed:

  1. Go to the home page and click on “Subscribe”
  2. Enter your email address and click on “Submit”
  3. You will automatically be entered in the drawing and will receive an email whenever I post (about twice a week).  This is free.
  4. If you want to enter the drawing more than once, you can also follow the instructions above for current subscribers.

Remember, you only have until midnight February 9th to qualify for the drawing.

The winner will receive an email from me following the drawing to verify mailing details.

This could be the unique Valentine you are seeking to share with someone special in your life.  Maybe that someone is you.

Enter early, enter often.

Click here for more on Ubar






9 thoughts on “Win a Rare Perfume for Valentine’s Day

  1. Wonderful promotion!!

    And if I may offer some additional information, (I actually owns a Frankincense tree Boswellia sacra–albeit a very small one), Queen Hatshepsut loved frankincense and had the tree imported to Egypt for cultivation in the 1400s BC.

    Frankincense trees are a vanishing species as they have been overly tapped for their wonderful sap. After being tapped too many times they will no longer produce seed.

    A grower in Tempe, Arizona has taken on the wonderful task of raising them in the US. They are very expensive to buy. One small cutting cost, with shipping, $40.00. This is because the parent trees had to be smuggled out of Somalia, and Yemen, two of only three or so places where they grow.

    With its Frankincense component, that has to make Ubar one of the most rare fragrances on earth.


    • Hi Elaine: I knew Ubar is a rare fragrance. I didn’t realize how rare. Thanks for sharing this information with us. Does this have you motivated to get your friends to subscribe?

  2. Hi Georgia,

    I have one new reader committed. Please look for BM to subscribe. This is the gentlemen mentioned in The Poetry of Seduction. He has reported to me that he loves the blog is looking forward to more adventures and tales. I will be recruiting more!


    • Hi Itty Bitty: Thanks! That puts you in the drawing. If you recruit more subscribers, that means more chances for you to be the winner.

      I’m feeling sorry for myself, not being able to keep this splendid bottle of perfume. But, it would please me no end if the winner were to be you, or one of my other enthusiastic readers.

  3. I’m glad to see that my guy, BF, has subscribed and is enjoying your blog. So now I’m motivated to try to get some more of my friends to also join in the fun. Watch for CB, a very funny but shy man, and others…?

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