Viktor & Rolf Bonbon Couture Eau de Parfum Intense
The concentration is said to be that of an Eau de Parfum Intense. The blend reprises some of the key notes of the original while adding a more sophisticated blonde tobacco facet.
The bottle shows the continuity of the scent housed in the same bow-shaped fuschia pink bottle while now a mother-of-pearl sheen renews the visual sensation.
The edp opens on juicy notes of mandarin, neroli oil and peach seguing into a heart of orange blossom, Sambac jasmine - and even more caramel than in the first fragrance. The woody base rests on mellow and sweet notes of sandalwood, patchouli, vanilla and blonde tobacco.
Perfumers Cécile Matton and Serge Marjoullier of Mane co-sign the opus just like for the initial Bonbon.
Vaping sillages smelling of candied strawberry and vanilla can be caught on the streets more often nowadays. Traditional tobacco has always had an edible aspect and honey is one of its most iconic aromas. We'll probably see more gourmand tobaccos waft by.