This name’s greatest weakness is that one must be aware of its spelling in order to really ‘get’ its aural aesthetic. When hearing the name for the first time, those without this awareness will often think they are hearing the name ‘Tricia-Lynn.’ This double-barrelled classic, while serviceable, is considered by industry insiders to be far inferior to Trichelin despite being phonetically identical. Perhaps it’s that the spelling brings to mind the Michelin company and its extensive empire, a kingdom built on tires and restaurant criticism. Perhaps it is something else. Whatever the reason, there is something undeniably special about this name.
“Trichelin has a tattoo of a tattoo. It’s very original.”