While flowers dominated the female version of this perfume- Spicebomb EDT by designer dup Viktor & Rolf was all about heightening the man in you by playing strategically with loud and headstrong spicy nuances. Launched in Jan 2012, perfumer Olivier Polge explodes the perfume by exploiting variant types of spice filled accords, merging them all together to form this robust and vivacious everyday perfume.
Apt for winter nights- the bubbling energy and aromatic fragrances caused by the blend of spices keeps you smelling snug and comfortable. The spices partake in the energetic nuance while the other perfumery ingredient participates in the sensual note of the fragrance.
To start with- this outburst of refreshing tone starts in a citrusy note using the classic grapefruit on bergamot while the presence of elemi and pink pepper soothes out the tangy zest. The heart note starts with saffron essence immediately backed by the intense blend of paprika on cinnamon. For the base note, wooden accords, mainly vetiver and fresh leather mixes in with tobacco essence, thereby producing one of the best masculine tone for a concluding note.
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