I’m one for purchasing obscure, unique fragrances. I love hunting around e-tailers, or Etsy, and other small shops to discover new and interesting fragrances to try out.
Tokyo Milk is one my favorite Indie brands that has a range of fun fragrances you might want to try out if you’re bored with the normal scents available at your local counters.
Tokyo Milk Cherry Bomb Parfum has a sweet, fruity name but includes notes that might surprise you!
Housed in a tiny 1 oz bottle with a juicy cherry in the background this fragrance contains notes of Wild Rose, Osmanthus, Chocolate & Vetiver to make up a very unique and different kind of fragrance.
Chocolate with florals and greens? Strange but it works.
The scent is a full bodied fragrance that doesn’t come across sweet, sugary, or fruity so don’t be mislead by the name. First spray you’ll get a tiny spike of chocolate mixed in with full on floral. The floral note is a mystery to me as I’m not getting rose here so I imagine the Vetiver calms that and morphs it into an unusually greener, fuller blossom. The vetiver note makes it a bit unisex and masculine in some cases but also adds a certain warmth and darkness to the fragrance. Hints of both Osmanthus and Chocolate permeate the parfum but they are morphed into a chocolate-y cherry-ness that could be where the name comes into play.
It’s a very unusual blend with a great linger and a wonderful throw.
If Indie fragrances are your thing, Tokyo Milk Cherry Bomb Parfum will easily be liked and loved.
Learn more about Tokyo Milk by visiting www.tokyo-milk.com
This product was purchased by the Muse for review purposes.
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