Crazy Rem (2012): Smells Like Miami Beaches {New Perfume}

crazy_rem_perfume.jpgFrench Jewelry and perfume brand Réminiscence launched their latest addition to the Rem collection with Crazy Rem, a fragrance inspired by the Miami sea front created by perfumer Fabrice Pellegrin of Firmenich. The neon flacon pops with colors and quirky design savvy while the perfume reveals a particularly layered blend of vanilla and solar notes labeled as a "gourmand solar floral"...

The perfumer worked around an accord of Monoï de Tahiti, the popular fragrant suntan oil, with the help of "an uncommon and amazingly gourmand vanilla." 

The fragrance is constructed with Italian bergamot, South-American pink peppercorn in the top notes followed by Indian tuberose, Madagascan ylang-ylang, heliotrope, Monoï Tahiti in the heart, and sandalwood, Ugandan and Bourbon vanillas, a solar accord and musk.

50 ml and 100 ml Eau de Toilette: 49,50€ and 74,50€.

Stay tuned for a review of this new summer perfume.

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