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Ella by Victorinox Review
Ella by Victorinox makes a strong impression with its bottle. Once you’re lured in and done with marveling at the container, you’re welcomed by a powerful gourmand accord that can be quite headache-inducing. After a while, that subsides a tad, revealing a fresher, perhaps a little dry, fruity combination of notes. The heady scent is proportional to its lasting power, which is not a surprise. While that may be good with warm temperature, we wouldn’t recommend dousing yourself in one while it’s winter or even fall.
Strong profile works well in warm weather
Mix of oriental florals is sweet and feminine
Perfume bottle catches your attention
Very strong and overpowering
Ella is indeed an attention-grabber with its unusual bottle. It was released by Victorinox, which is perhaps best known for their manufacture of Swiss army knives. Released in 2014 and created by Quentin Bisch, the overwhelming scent is a mixture of different oriental flowers. Its list of ingredients include litchi, kumquat, fig leaf, osmanthus, ginger, tuberose, amber, vanilla and palisander rosewood.