We look at scents that do vanilla well, and in sometimes unexpected ways
Beachy fragrances which aren’t cliched
We assess the whole brand so you can investigate your favourites
Can a perfume really work with just one component? Will it even make sense?
A riotous clash between incense and bubblegum.
Fancy a cornetto on Skegness seafront? Just kidding.
Sunny, summery but unisex. Great for a miserable Spring day!
Jangala is part of the Croisiere Collection by renowned perfumer Pierre Guillaume. The Croisiere collection (Croisiere meaning ‘cruise’) is marked out by its distinct blue bottle. The collection aims to explore far flung destinations and the excitement of movement and travel. The more I smell Pierre Guillaume perfumes, the more I come to think he…
Zesty, fizzy, zingy. Citrus and gin make this a lively scent full of energy.
This perfectly formed little shop is just great for finding your next gem.
Strong milk notes in an otherwise subtle perfume.
“The perfumes are angels, they have no sex but they have a soul”. Spat my tea out when I read that.
A rose-heavy perfume that lasts all day. Only for those who love their florals though.
Burnt wood and sweetness from this Spanish fragrance house.
Soothing, fruity, invigorating. What’s not to like?