Thymes Classics Ginger Milk Cologne Review

 

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Thymes Classics Ginger Milk Cologne

 

Due to popular demand, Thymes brought back several of their discontinued fragrances in their Classics cologne line.  Ginger Milk was one of the four that returned to the Thymes Classic cologne collection that also saw the return of Fig Leaf & Cassis, Sleep Well, and Green Tea. Though I missed the opportunity to try this delicate citrus fragrance laced with spice when it first arrived on the market, I can see why the company had to do the right thing and bring it back once I got a whiff of this cologne.

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated.  Opinions are solely mine. **

With the way its uplifting notes of ginger played with the lime as the fragrance opened and later tangled with the zesty tamarind notes in the heart, this perfumista was immediately drawn into its intriguing, modern aroma.

The artful combination gives this haunting mix a lightness to the spice and tangy citrus that is as uniquely different and precious as a beautiful snowflake–except this one does not melt as it warms like its counterpart. Instead the well-chosen notes add an element of comfort to this lovely, refreshing puzzle with the graceful hold this feminine fragrance exerts.

As this Thymes Classic cologne dries down, it becomes deliciously sheer and enticing with creamy vanilla, cucumber and amberette seed, weaving a seductive spell that you can’t let go of.

If what I’m describing sounds like your type of fragrance, I definitely recommend visiting the company’s website.   The 3.25 oz. Ginger Milk Cologne retails for $60.  Also products in the collection include Bath
& Shower Gel ($25), Body Lotion ($33), and Home Fragrance Mist ($17).

Take it from me, Mary B., there is good reason Thymes brought Ginger Milk from their classics cologne collection back–it is a fragrance treasure!

 

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