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Smell That Liquor Sophistication On You

Posted by: Perfumeaddict, on: Wednesday, 05 March 2014

Do you love liquor? Take a whiff and you can smell the sophistication and complexity of the liquid in a bottle. Take a sip and you can taste the class and richness that each drop brings. If you are a fan of liquor, then, maybe liquor fragrance is right for you.

There used to be just the rum fragrance that usually caters to men. Now, there are different liquor fragrances for each kind of drink in the market. A lot of businesses saw the potential. Today, ladies can purchase their very own liquor perfume. You can pick your poison, if you will. Just don’t forget not to drink them!

Here is a list of the most common liquor fragrances available in the market.

The green fairy – Absinthe

Let’s start with a strong one! Dubbed as the green muse, the green lady, and “la fée verte” (green fairy), this controversial drink has just become legal in the US. It was once illegal because of its strong alcoholic content and most of those who drink it experience hallucinations. However, as a fragrance, you don’t have to worry about hallucinating when wearing it.

If you wear the absinthe perfume, you’ll notice the bitter-sweet scent and it makes you feel sexy. It is also complex enough that it lets you enjoy the icy-cool touch on your skin. This differs from product to product though. There are different absinthe fragrances out there that you can choose from. Make sure to test each of them out and choose the one to your liking.

Perfume: Nasomatto Absinth by Nasomatto, Douce Amere by Serge Luten’s, Absolument Absinthe Le Parfum D'Interdits by Liquoristerie de Provence and Absynthe by Avon

Nihonshu – Sake

In the land of the rising sun, sake is served in almost every part of the country. In other parts of the planet, however, sake enthusiasts barely taste authentic sake in every bar they go to. It is called “rice wine” but it is not made through fermentation, but from brewing, just like beers.

The Sake perfume is quite popular among women today. When you wear it, you’ll notice the fruity scent and a cool touch on your skin. It also smells smooth and feminine. You can pair it up with your most sophisticated dresses and look and smell absolutely classy.

Perfume: Love & Luck for Women by Christian Audigier and Lotus Sake by Tokyo Milk

Shaken not stirred – Gin

You must think that gin is not an ideal fragrance to use. It is a strong liquor that the manliest of men prefer to drink. Even James Bond, the spy who loved it, prefers the Vodka Martini shaken, not stirred, or the Vesper Martini in the novels.

The good news is: a gin fragrance can be easily pulled off by women with today’s products. Gin perfume products for women normally come as gin and tonic. You will notice the gin’s juniper ingredient giving off a forestry scent that will make you smell fresh and fruity at the same time. The tonic will give off the sweet smell that surely works well with the gin fragrance.

Perfume: 212 VIP for Men by Carolina Herrera, Z Zegna Extreme by Ermenegildo Zegna, The Game Intense by Davidoff, Gin & Tonic by Demeter Fragrance and Brooklyn by Bond No. 9

The pirate’s drink – Rum

Considered as one the oldest distilled liquor, rum has been around for centuries. As depicted in the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, rum is a “necessity” to pirates. This is probably where the nickname “the pirate’s drink” originated from.

Most rum fragrances in the market are catered to men. Recently, though, women are able to enjoy and wear the perfume on their bodies. Most common rum fragrances that you can wear have that sweet, nippy fragrance of rum while making you smell and feel seductive. Some rum perfumes are heavy scents while others are simply mild and light fragrances. You’ll definitely smell like a desirable lass from the 17th century without any hint of smelling like a pirate.

Perfume: 212 VIP for Women by Carolina Herrera, Joop! Homme Wild by Joop!, Virgin Island Water by Creed, Lolita Lempicka Au Masculin by Lolita Lempicka and Classique Eau de Parfum by Jean Paul Gaultier.

The bubbly drink – Champagne

Have you noticed in movies, even in real life, that when someone is celebrating something, they open up a bottle of champagne and everybody cheers for joy? The popping of the cork out of the bottle signalled everyone to be merry and cheery. This sparkling wine has been around for centuries and has never stopped people from drinking it for all occasions. Champagne is even considered to have some medical benefits especially to the brain.

Champagne fragrance does the same as its drink counterpart. The scent will make you exude nobility and sophistication while producing a grapey sweet smell that is just catchy to the people around you. It can make you smell bold and unique, just like the French.

Perfume: Fancy Love by Sarah Jessica Parker, Heiress by Paris Hilton, Lovestruck Floral Rush by Vera Wang, Divina by La Perla and Guess Girl Belle by Guess.

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