Reminiscence Jammin’ Vibration ~ new perfume

Reminiscence Jammin Vibration

French jewelry line Reminiscence will launch Jammin' Vibration in February. The new fragrance for women is a flanker to 2006's Jammin, billed as "the first musical fragrance" and a "tribute to Jamaica".

Jammin' Vibration is a fresh woody floral developed by perfumers Maurice Roucel and Lucas Sieuzac. The notes feature bergamot, grapefruit, pink pepper, cassis bud, cardamom, jasmine, rose, muguet, Virginia cedar, patchouli, vanilla, tonka bean and musk.

Reminiscence Jammin' Vibration will be available in 50 and 100 ml Eau de Toilette. (via, actu-beaute)

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  1. Merlin says:

    shouldn’t there be a marijuana note in there?

    • Dawnkana says:

      Exactly. How about rastajuana just to make it sound like those over the top ad copies? :)

    • LaMaroc says:

      That was my first thought! How can this be a tribute to Jamaica without the ganja, mon? Here are the notes I would include: warm sand and salty marine accord, coconut suntan oil, fresh-cut mango, pineapple banana and coconut, hibiscus, freshly chopped marajuana, unwashed bodies and hair, smoky Jamaican jerk accord, cedar, burning incense, patchouli and a verrrry animalic musk base. I don’t know what order to put them in or if it would actually smell good all mashed together, but that’s my memory of Jamaica!

      • LaMaroc says:

        Oh, forgot three more thing: diesel, tar and straw – for the inner-city vibe.

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  2. Karin says:

    Maurice Roucel? Interesting!

    • Daisy says:

      Maurice Roucel gives me some hope here….but do you think they worked to make the bottle and packaging look just as cheap as possible? That is truly horrible looking.

      • Rictor07 says:

        It will look amazing once you’re high.

      • boojum says:

        It looks like shower gel for tweens.

  3. Joe says:

    Oh dear.

    That is some of the worst package design I’ve seen in a very long time — for ANY product.

    • LaMaroc says:

      Very 80s, to my eye.

    • Robin says:

      I don’t like it either, and they do have some really great bottles sometimes.

  4. abirae says:

    Heck, I think the bottle looks cute. Cheap… but cute.

    • hongkongmom says:

      heck…so do i…this could definitely be part of a “sitting on a beach in jamaica trip”

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