Scent Spotlight: Best Vanilla Scented Perfumes

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Scent Spotlight: Best Vanilla Scented Perfumes


When used right, vanilla will give anyone a sophisticated and bold aura. Vanilla does not have to be a cake-like scent, and does not have to be overly sweet. When complemented with the right notes, vanilla brings about an olfactory sensation.

Black Opium By Yves Saint Laurent

Black Opium by Yves Saint Laurent

The main vanilla note in this scent is complemented with the coffee and jasmine blossom, making it a sweet blend that retains fresh. Perfect for a night out, Black Opium strength comes from the warmth of the textures and notes in the scent, so make sure to use lightly for the best result!

Vanille Coco By Comptoire De Sud PacifiqueVanille Coco by Comptoir Sud Pacifique

While the Opium collection uses vanilla in a seducing blend, Vanille Coco is the perfect everyday scent that makes the use of vanilla light, by incorporating notes of whipped cream, coconut, and banana. This scent will transport you to any tropical island, with reggae music buzzing in your ear.

Lalique Le Parfum By Lalique

Lalique Le Parfum by Lalique

This rich fragrance combines vanilla in a dessert-like quality by using tonka bean as a dominant note. This sugary marriage of notes brings about a nostalgia for the holidays, making Lalique Le Parfum a perfect scent for colder days!

Burberry Brit Edt By BurberryBurberry Brit EDT by Burberry

In Brit, vanilla works in a woody blend, with sweet almond, lime, and pear. This unique blend juxtaposes the lightness of vanilla with the toughness of the woods, making it a truly one-of-a-kind perfume that is perfect for the one of a kind gal.

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Vanilla is one of the world’s most popular flavors, conjuring feelings of comfort and familiarity, of warmth and exoticism.

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