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Top Ylang-Ylang men colognes

Ylang-ylang translates as “the flower of flowers”, and it’s found primarily in Southeast Asia in the Philippines (Ylang-ylang is a Tagalog word, which is the national language of the Philippines.).  and it’s smoky, vanilla-sweet sensuality is absolutely stunning. It has a rich, silky-petalled texture, making it a fantastic option to wear on its own or with other buttery, mid-to-heavyweight floral notes like jasmine or gardenia.  Ylang-ylang’s smoky flirtatiousness is also a great pick for leather scents, and also lends an exotic edge to sweeter perfumes.

Ylang-Ylang colognes