I had to put this title as it was the first thing that came to mind when I saw the name of the new L’Artisan Parfumeur release – Bana Banana.
That said, I would actually love to smell it! 😀 I somehow believe it might be the type of perfume that makes you smile and just lets you enjoy yourself without any fuss while wearing it.
The site only has the page in French so far and this is what the description says: Une Banane Ambrée, composition baroque, rare et généreuse : le mariage d’une guirlande de jasmin et d’un bouquet de bananes confite.
Basically it’s an amber banana composition (a combination of jasmine garland and banana jam). Might sound strange but I believe it will work. I have trust in Céline Elena’s work.
Quick translation of the notes mentioned would include: jasmine flower, violet leaves, nutmeg flower, iris, and tonka bean.
So, what do you think? Do you want to try it?
And vanilla and oud. 🙂 But amber is the note that first comes to mind when it’s cold outside.
That said, this morning I wanted to celebrate this wonderful sunny and white day (the snow is still unmelted) with Ambre Sultan, only to not be able to find my decant. So I decided to put Ambre Precieux on. I’m very happy with that choice. If I smell a waft from afar (and not on my turtleneck), I catch what I would call a flowery hint. It’s basically wonderful.
And amber fits perfectly with this cold weather, it just makes you feel warm all over by smelling it.
My other ambery choices will include MdO Ambre, Ambra Nobile by Nobile 1942 and Le Labo Labdanum 18.
With a special mention of Caravelle Epicee, which I don’t actually count among ambers but theoretically it is, so it goes on the list. I mean, there are so many other things going on in there that saying it’s an amber perfume doesn’t do it justice.
I still find that to be one of the best winter perfumes ever. At least for me. It hits all my spicy, warm, gourmand-y buttons. Plus, it smells really sexy.
P.S. That was my first ever perfume review. 🙂