7.0 7.0 7.5/10
But please without cream (candy)
BrandFor me, Dupetit falls into a similar category to Maienfelser Naturkosmetik: Both German family businesses, both not particularly known for their fragrances, although both have been active in this field for 25+ years. Even the style of her perfumes resembles, on average rather discreetly and yes, also a little bit eco.
Dupetit's amusing unique selling point is the hemp focus; there is not only cannabis perfume, but also hemp beer and even hemp varnish, which gives off its scent over time. Who would think of something like that?! Probably scent crazy like us.
FragranceVanilla starts legally spicy floral, together with the name giving vanilla - interesting that not only the capsule, but also the / an orchid itself is integrated - some rose and coconut. I think, probably because of the coconut vanilla combo, of "Un Bois Vanille" - one of the first perfumes to intoxicate me - but in a more scratchy and subtle way. Also less harmonious, possibly a side effect of some natural fragrances, of which the oil-based ones in particular take longer to settle in on the skin. Vanilla will soon become friendly, soft and pleasant.
As soon as vanilla slips sweetly into fragrances, I have an automatic strawberry cream caramel candy association reflex - my personal notes are full of it, because I rarely get past perfumes with vanilla protagonists. I only write about it in statements in exceptional cases, because there can't be so many strawberry cream scents and I assume that it's more of a personal olfactory stick. Vanilla also moves in that direction, but fortunately a harsh note prevents it from slipping. Nevertheless in a gourmand area, later pastry pictures come up like in "Vaniglia Sopraffina e Rhum", which as a part-time fragrance twin offers anything but bad company, but seems too edible to me. After a few hours Vanilla makes herself comfortable to cuddle in the soft benzoe bed. Among all the vanilla perfumes I tried, it was certainly above average, but too pleasing for me.