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Spicebomb by Viktor&Rolf Review

Spicebomb by Viktor & Rolf Review 1

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Spicebomb by Viktor&Rolf Review
We think that Spicebomb is deserving of its name. Besides the flacon it comes in, this Viktor&Rolf fragrance also comes packing with strength. The notes are hard to distinguish for us save perhaps the tobacco that is indisputably elegant, but you’ll have enough time to sniff them out for yourself. It isn’t the most unique of smells, but being one is a rare achievement anyway. We can also ignore some of its sweetness, although your mileage may vary.
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The tobacco accord makes its presence known without being any less elegant
Strong, lends its wearer confidence
Warm and well-blended, the notes are of adequate amount
Sweeter than what we would have wanted
Not that exceptional among masculine fragrances

Spicebomb was created by Viktor&Rolf with the intention of following the success and creating a counterpart for its very successful feminine fragrance, the Flowerbomb. While the latter was all about florals, the masculine scent contained in a Fabien Baron-designed bottle resembling a grenade is supposed to be a spicy blast. Spicebomb is the brand’s second masculine fragrance, with Antidote the only one to precede it. Signed by perfumer Olivier Polge, the scent contains accords of leather, vetiver, saffron, chili, tobacco, grapefruit, pink pepper, bergamot and elemi.

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