Honeyby Mariah Carey (2010)
63 of 100%, 15 Ratings
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|Released in the year 2010, apparently still in production, produced by Elizabeth Arden.|
|Perfumer: Laurent Le Guernec|
|Top Notes:||Pineapple, Passion fruit, Lemon|
|Heart Notes:||Freesia, Ginger, Lily|
|Base Notes:||Honey, Linden blossom, Musk|
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A basic honey scent with fruitsHoney could be described as being mediocre, but out of the three Lollipop Bling fragrances released in 2010, this one stands out above the rest.
Honey is sweet but not nauseatingly so. The scent is a nicely balanced blend of honey, sugared lemon, pineapple and passionfruit. In the early stages of the composition, Honey smells like a pineapple flavoured Vodka Cruiser beverage, the moment after you bust the cap. Towards the drydown, the scent rounds off into a clean, fruit inspired shampoo smell.
It's sweet, girly and a tad tropical. While I don't mind this fragrance, I must admit that it's a little generic. Honey tends to be rather linear on the skin, not something I could imagine myself going back to re-test or declare signature material.
On a more positive note, this fragrance lasts. It holds on a lot longer than you may expect it to.
I'm not crazy about this perfume because the musk ruins it for me. There's also a sharp note to it. I expected it to be smoother.
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