Davana & Vanille Bourbon 2017

Davana & Vanille Bourbon by 100BON
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Davana & Vanille Bourbon is a perfume by 100BON for women and men and was released in 2017. The scent is sweet-fruity. It is still available to purchase.
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Robertet

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesDavanaDavana
Heart Notes Heart NotesBourbon vanillaBourbon vanilla
White cedarWhite cedar
RoseRose
Base Notes Base NotesPatchouliPatchouli

Ratings

Scent

7.020 Ratings

Longevity

5.018 Ratings

Sillage

4.818 Ratings

Bottle

6.523 Ratings
Submitted by OPomone, last update on 26.11.2021.
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Marquise27
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Marquise27
Marquise27
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Tea, candy or summer water ...
1. Impression: fresh, fruity, vanilla, sweetish - like a candy from childhood with fine memories and a gourmet smile
2. Impression: stronger fertility with a woody undertone, the candy becomes a good fruit tea, with ice a great refreshment ....
3. I search in vain for rose and patchouli because vanilla and davana simply dominate too intensively. It's probably just a very delicate moss rose.
4. Impression : now it reminds me - the reader may forgive me for this description - of a peppermint chewing gum chewed for hours where only a hint of aroma is still perceptible
5. Impression and conclusion: yes, it is a natural, vegan scent with a not so strong durability, remains very close to the body and leaves after a good 2 hours the impression of a nice fragrance. I know that many people want to perfume themselves in the same way - light, fluffy and very discreet. Voila, you are exactly right with this company. Price is 35 Euro and is completely fair. I think in summer we like this slightly fresh - fruity - vanilla candidate. It is not disgusting, suitable for both sexes.
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7
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3
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4
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7
Bottle
Meggi
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Meggi
Meggi
Top Review    16  
Drum Pressing Made Easy
A chewing gum-like sweet fruit note opened. She quickly moves towards the canned fruit/fruit cocktail with a light touch (like after two or three days in the kitchen), while a fruit candy rose appears that makes it easy for me to push around the Davana theme - because I never smelled that stuff on its own. For the rose, on the other hand, I have a comparison ready at once: I'm thinking of "Falstaff" by David Austin. A deep dark red dream beauty with an opulent sweet-rose scent. Of course I have them standing in the garden.

In the usual 100BON reliability there is also something creamy, for which the reference to vanilla is certainly not enough, it smells more floral. In a style close to Delial sun cream, but not so exotic and South Sea like, but rather held in a more domestic obscenity, so to speak. I beg your pardon? "Native" doesn't go with the idea of a canned fruit cocktail? But of course, since this summer pineapple grows even behind the Hamburg Senate Chancellery!

Back to pressing: I'm not the only one who's bumming, our mysterious fruit is too. And it's squeezing away. After two hours I simply ended up with vanilla. Almost spicy, on the threshold to smoke - as already reported. And this really beautiful, not too sweet vanilla says goodbye in the course of the morning just as surprisingly quickly to a level close to zero, as the end of the commentary has already been reached quasi at an untimely moment.

That offers room to draw a brand conclusion: In my opinion, the 100BON fragrances show predominantly solid mediocrity. Little is below, one just above. The above-average tendency to cream went to the McNuggets in the long run
What is particularly unfortunate, however, is that 100BON can hardly call up the big plus of good natural fragrances, namely high-quality aroma density all the way to the back. Lack of quality of the ingredients used? To deny them naturalness would be a pure insinuation, which I cannot prove. Perhaps in principle it is the same difference as the difference between Aldi-Bio and Demeter-Bio.

It is astonishing that this manufacturer has succeeded in advancing into the range of distinguished houses such as "Printemps" or "Oberpollinger". I'm sure it was the nature track.

I'd like to thank Bellemorte for the rehearsal.
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8.5
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6
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6
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8
Bottle
Gandix
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Gandix
Gandix
Very helpful Review    8  
Between flower and dessert
Whoops, what's that? - Fruits preserved in Bourbon
i thought and gone it was again.
The fruit disappears far into the background,
a wonderful vanilla scent emerges:
A very brightly presented flower, the Davana
on a dessert, made of foamy vanilla cream, not too vanilla
mixed with a drop of rose liqueur
and to round off the taste a pinch of Bourbon.
The whole thing is briefly flambéed, a very minimal smoky note is created (through the patchouli?)
but so minimal that it almost only looks powdery.
At the edge of the bowl there is a cedar branch, which does not smell woody here, but contributes a certain freshness.
Except for the strange fruit prelude, which is already loud, the remaining fragrance journey takes place rather very closely.
I find these fragrances from 100BON soo interesting because they conjure such vivid images into my head.
Let the prelude pass you by and enjoy the rest.
A summer dream.
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7.5
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6
Longevity
8
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8
Bottle
Naimie54
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Naimie54
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Very difficult to get used to
Unsweet, very fruity (like a very ripe fruit) Davana & Vanilla Bourbon begins. That's not how I smelled it yet.

After a quarter of an hour something peppery is added, there is nothing in the fragrance pyramid about it. But it is very pleasant for me.

The fruity one then decreases and the pepper becomes very dominant. also resinous one can guess.

After a good hour, vanilla comes into play. I slowly ask myself what peppery Patchouli can be, because the typical Patchouli is now also in my nose.

Vanilla and pepper/patchouli form a very harmonious combination, the vanilla remains unsweet and is not overwhelming.

Even though the combination of fruit, vanilla and peppery patchouli takes some getting used to, I like Davana & Vanille Bourbon quite well. If you are looking for a vanilla scent that is a little different you should try it.

Anyone can wear it, except in very hot weather.

The Sillage is good and the shelf life is about six hours
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6
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5
Longevity
5
Sillage
5
Bottle
StellaDiverF

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StellaDiverF
StellaDiverF
Helpful Review    2  
Waxy patchouli and decadent apricot liqueur
The opening of Davana & Vanille Bourbon is quite peculiar on my skin. I was not prepared for a deep, bittersweet herbal scent when first spraying this perfume, slightly reminiscent of the gothy, waxy patchouli in Annick Goutal Mon Parfum Chéri. Having tried all 10 initial launches from this house, I find it the most challenging opening among its siblings.

This almost resinous, bittersweet quality gradually mellows during the first hour, and a rich, decadent fruity melange of apricot and peach rises and gets splashed upon by a few drops of herbal Chartreuse liquer, which seems to be the major characteristic of davana. There is also a few litchis and black currants here and there, but I don't perceive vanilla as a distinctive note, more like a reliable supporter to smoothly carries the scent to the base.

The sillage is moderate at first, but quickly drops close to the skin. The longevity is barely 6 hours on me.

Being unfamiliar with davana, I was really surprised the first time to find out a hedonistic apricot/peach liqueur fragrance upon applying Davana & Vanille Bourbon. I was also taken aback by the somewhat brutal, waxy patchouli opening. But once I know what's to expect, Davana & Vanille Bourbon is actually quite daring for fragrances at this price range. If you happen to be looking for an affordable, rich apricot liqueur fragrance, and don't mind a waxy patchouli opening, I think it definitely worths a try.

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