Lavanila Vanilla Blackberry ~ new fragrance

Lavanila Vanilla Blackberry

Lavanila has launched Vanilla Blackberry, the latest in their series of “healthy” vanilla-based fragrances:

Seduce the senses with this provocative blend of ripe blackberry, juicy raspberry, velvet iris, and warm Madagascar vanilla. Crafted by master natural perfumers, this sexy fragrance is mouthwatering and irresistable [sic].

Lavanila Vanilla Blackberry is available in 10 ml rollerball ($19)  or 50 ml spray ($58) Eau de Parfum. (via lavanila)

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  1. Absolute Scentualist says:

    It would be great to find another blackberry I can wear. Trish McEvoy works fairly well, but Philosophy’s Falling in Love was a musty disaster on my skin. This just might be the product to tempt me into finally trying Lavanila.

    • Robin says:

      So far they’ve been fine, if not all that exciting. Worth a shot!

    • Ari says:

      This Vanilla Blackberry is not musty in the least. It is, however, very sweet. I actually found it really enjoyable, more so than any of the other Pure Vanilla line besides Vanilla Grapefruit.

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      • Merlin says:

        I was wondering how long these last on the skin? Vanilla Grapefruit sounds lovely!

        • charlottesmom says:

          I tried out Vanilla Blackberry yesterday in Sephora and it lasted over 6 hours on me! My skin usually “eats” perfume so I was glad to get 6 hours out of this.

    • Karin says:

      AS – have you tried Mistral Wild Blackberry? It’s an interesting scent, and not expensive.

      • Absolute Scentualist says:

        Karin, no I haven’t even heard of it. How would you describe it? Off to go look it up. Thanks! :)

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      • kindcrow says:

        Sorry, I just saw Karin’s comment. Anyway, I love Mistral’s WB because of the green notes in the beginning, its realistic blackberry scent, and because it is sweet, but not cloying. It smells delicious, but I would not really call it a gourmand.

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