Scent Name: Lolita Lempicka
Manufacturer: Lolita Lempicka
Scent Description and Notes: “The intoxicating Nectar of Liquorice Flower. A fragrant note of Liquorice combined with Aniseed, Ivy, Violet and Tonka Bean with the sweet rich notes of Amarena Cherry, Vanilla and Praline. This blend gives way to sensual floral notes with Iris and Musk undertones. It is a subtle blend of sensations that stirs the senses.” -http://eboutique.parfumslolitalempicka.com/en-EN/the-first-fragrance/eau-de-parfum
Perfume Oil Color: Cannot tell through violet plastic of vial.
Bottle Design and Artwork: This is a standard 1.2 ml sample vial. The vial is a violet plastic with a clear spray nozzle. The writing is in various fonts, the most creative of which is the designer/title of the fragrance, done in the script characteristic of Lolita Lempicka. Below the title is the scent designation, the phrase “Pacific Creation,” along with the location information and the amount.
- ITV: The acetone/alcohol aspect is significant at first, and it takes a few seconds to tease out the cherry, violet, anise, and musk. The combination is a bit sweet for me, but it is playfully cheerful, which is nice.
- Wet: Vanilla, praline, musk, cherry, anise all jump out of the gate, but it’s the subtle ivy and the light violet that add a nice complexity to the scent that keeps it from being relegated to the realm of adolescent.
- Dry: It’s settled down to vanilla, musk, a hint of tonka and praline. I lose much of the floral from the wet phrase, but I’m left with a pleasant combination of notes, like Vanilla Fields, but less artificial and a bit warmer.