Korres Black Sugar Oriental Lilly Violet Eau de Toilette Review–A Delicious Way to Get Your Sweets!

 

Korres Black Sugar Oriental Lilly Violet Eau de Toilette
Korres Black Sugar Oriental Lilly Violet Eau de Toilette

 

Modern Greek Apothecary, Korres, came out with some lovely natural fragrances to tempt us with like this darkly luscious fragrance that arrived for this review.  Imagine the sweetness of a gourmand and the haunting notes of a woody-floral in perfect harmony is how I would describe the new Korres Black Sugar Oriental Lilly Violet Eau de Toilette.

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This fragrance opens deliciously with its sweetness.  Yet, it is not overdone but more of a sprinkling of sugar to coat the lily, which adds a delectable quality to balance the floral along with a splash of inviting vanilla.  You are immediately drawn into its fragrant magic, inhaling that welcoming combination of floral against that tempting sweet.

The further this fragrance warms in the heart, the violet majestically emerges lending a mysterious allure with its woody quality.  In the process, the Korres Black Sugar Oriental Lilly Violet Eau de Toilette fragrance evolves to become more complicated from those woods that seem to gently toast the sugar.

As this natural fragrance dries down in the base, the smoky sugar has caramelized against the floral and amber, making Korres Black Sugar Oriental Lilly Violet Eau de Toilette even more scrumptious and irresistible at the same time.  The result is a scent that you just want to wrap yourself and snuggle against with its genuine warmth and earthy appeal.

Every time that I wear the Korres Black Sugar Oriental Lilly Violet Eau de Toilette ($38.50) it feels like I am treating myself to a nonfattening dessert. If you want a fragrance to indulge in, then do visit Korres and check this delightful new fragrance!

 

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1 Comment

  1. tiffany dayton
    June 29, 2016 / 2:53 am

    It sounds like it would smell heavenly.

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