There are many fragrances that contain notes of alcoholic beverages such as whiskey, gin, absinthe or champagne. These perfumes are often referred to as «alluring» perfumes because of their strong aroma and distinctive character. Here are some examples of perfumes with notes of drinks:
- Whiskey: Whiskey perfumes can be masculine or feminine and range from sweet and woody to spicy and woody. Some examples of perfumes with whiskey notes include Kilian Black Phantom, Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille and Aramis Havana.
- Gin: Perfumes with notes of gin are often fresh and citrusy, with aromas of juniper and coriander. Some examples of perfumes with notes of gin include Jo Malone London Lime Basil & Mandarin, Penhaligon’s Juniper Sling and Atelier Cologne Cedrat Enivrant.
- Absinthe: Perfumes with notes of absinthe are often mysterious and intense, with aromas of anise and bitter herbs. Some examples of perfumes with notes of absinthe include Serge Lutens Douce Amère, L’Artisan Parfumeur Fou d’Absinthe and Byredo Palermo.
- Champagne: Perfumes with notes of champagne are often elegant and floral, with aromas of white flowers and fruits. Some examples of perfumes with champagne notes include Chanel Cristalle Eau Verte, Yves Saint Laurent Yvresse and Giorgio Armani Si Passione.
It’s important to note that the aromas of boozy perfumes may differ from person to person, as each skin has its own pH and reacts differently to aromas. Also, perfumes with notes of drinks may be more suitable for certain occasions and seasons.