Vanille de Tahiti 2020

Vanille de Tahiti by Perris Monte Carlo
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Vanille de Tahiti is a popular perfume by Perris Monte Carlo for women and men and was released in 2020. The scent is sweet-creamy. It is being marketed by Perris Group. Pronunciation
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top Notes Ylang-ylang absoluteYlang-ylang absolute Champaca absoluteChampaca absolute
Heart Notes Heart Notes Tahitian vanilla CO2
Base Notes Base Notes AmberAmber SandalwoodSandalwood MuskMusk

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7.7102 Ratings
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7.786 Ratings
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7.186 Ratings
Bottle
8.287 Ratings
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7.452 Ratings
Submitted by OPomone, last update on 15.01.2023.
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Pollita
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Top Review 52  
In the barn with milk and vanilla

Wow and fie, love and hate, smell and stench...
Here we have a fragrance that combines all these contrasts in one bottle. The dear Finchen1976 provided me with a test filling of this fragrance. And she already wrote about a certain stable smell, more concretely: Stable. As the former owner of two of them, I know quite a bit about horse stables. But it should come worse
First of all the start is gigantic. A wonderful vanilla note on woods and delicate amber. My brain, of course, let me know right away, "You know this one." Yeah, I thought so. It smells like a relative of my heart's scent, Casran. I could also see similarities to PG Indochine and La Fin du Monde from ELdO. My first thought was love and of course I didn't believe that about the horse stable.

After about five to ten minutes, however, it was there, the stable smell. And not exactly of the pleasant kind. All riders know what I mean when I say it smells like a sweaty saddlecloth in the middle of summer that you have left lying in the tack room for a day. And that was not all. There's also a slightly urine-like, ammoniacal smell. Almost every horse owner knows this smell. At least those who have dung their horses themselves. Cue mattress. There is always that delicious note that enchanted me at the beginning. As if one wears a wonderful scent and mucks out the stable with it ?

I admit that these animal stable and saddle chamber notes do not appear at all in the projection. I always like to test them with a scented cosmetic tissue that I place somewhere in a room and then go back in after a while to have a sniff. Whatever comes towards me there smells heavenly, without horse and stable. But woe betide me if I go with my nose directly to the sprayed area.

And it gets worse. After about 20 to 30 minutes there is a smell of rotten milk. I find milk in the fragrance per se difficult, but this milk note here has also gone sour. Yuck, yuck, yuck, I can only say
Well, since the scent in the projection is beautiful, you can probably wear it well, but I myself would probably struggle with the disgust if I had it on my neck day in, day out and had to inhale these sweaty, urine-like tones mixed with sour milk all the time.
Fans of animal scents could of course find what they are looking for here. For me, however, this is nothing at all and I wonder where this animalism I perceive could come from. From Ylang-Ylang maybe? From Champaka? To be honest, I'm at a loss, but in the end I join my dear co-parfuma and swap partner Finchen1976 and say that it's better to belong with the horse, not the perfume.
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Nico202122
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Top Review 21  
Vanilla, amber and sandalwood
I find this fragrance is a true dream. A must buy for people who like to smell vanilla.

With this fragrance you hardly have to lose a word about the course. Vanilla through and through meets it perfectly. The combination with the amber and sandalwood is simply divine.

This scent is also great for layering. I've already layered it with Blue Amber and Full Incense and I have to say, WOW! A beautiful combination. The refines every fragrance.

But now to the fragrance:
Durability: 10 hours mdst, on clothes several days, Projection the first 4 hours about 2 meters, then until the end about 1 meter. One has a distinct scent cloud behind him, the whole course over.
In the first 2-3 hours, it smells very intense of a very good vanilla, but not overly sweet. After that, the amber and sandalwood begins to shine through.

Scent:
The opening is very vanilla. After about half an hour, the vanilla becomes even more intense and slowly you start to smell the amber, which is wonderfully used and together with the sandalwood gives the fragrance a tart, masculine note and at no time makes it seem sweet. After about 2 hours clearly joins the musk and gives the whole fragrance an even more masculine note, v. a. Since after this time the sandalwood is perceived even more intense.
One smells that here high-quality components were used.
The sandalwood note is to be compared approximately with that of the Grand Soir and/or of Pardon.
The vanilla reminds me definitely also of Grand Soir, but is much more pronounced, which is also the motto of the perfume, which was implemented here wonderfully.
The amber gives the fragrance a wonderful softness and masculinity, v. a. with the musk and lets this fragrance at no time too sweet. This combination is very familiar to me from Ambre Mythique by Maître Parfumeur et Gantier, or from Blue Amber by Montale, which is better known. All in all, a beautiful soft amber note.

Conclusion:
This fragrance is definitely worth a sample. I am sure there that this fragrance very many people like. V. a. People who love Grand Soir, Ambre Mythique or Psychadelique by Jovoy or similar fragrances. This fragrance has many similarities to those perfumes.
He is definitely not too vanilla as the name suggests, but very balanced and harmonious and wearable by both men and women.
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Bob1
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Top Review 15  
Vanille Romantique, or: If I Had a Signature Scent...
I must break here times a lance for Vanille de Tahiti. Never would I have dreamed that this fragrance so polarizes, as he seems to do it yes apparently...

But first things first. I received Vanille de Tahiti in the form of a 2 ml sample from an online store and, after briefly studying the notes, passed it straight to my girlfriend untested. Sounds quite floral, kind of feminine I thought, and she loves vanilla. At this point I had not even looked in the Parfumo reviews.

A few days later, she had it on. I was there from the beginning, and practically just hung my nose on her neck from then on.

Vanille de Tahiti opens very floral. Not really powdery,more floral-creamy and a hint of sweet-tart. This is the ylang-ylang and champaka, the latter I had not consciously noticed in a fragrance until now. It's probably a magnolia plant with highly fragrant flowers, the oil of which is a popular and rather expensive fragrance ingredient (thanks Wikipedia). Yum!

This floral top note is already carried by the underlying vanilla. The extract here is probably extracted from the pods by flushing with CO2, which is supposed to be particularly gentle on the aroma, and let me tell you, it works fabulously. What a wonderfully authentic vanilla!

As the weighting now gradually shifts from the head to the heart, the gourmand vanilla slowly dries down, but still ylang-ylang purrs seductively along and sharpens my attention, making me feel brightly awake, in fact it does so throughout its life. This combination is incredibly sexy, and I keep wanting to smell it, ever so slightly closer and more intense. It's just to die for.

And then, creeping up quietly on soft paws, it's suddenly there: the animal! The animal, wonderfully wicked, softly panting, darkly beckoning.... and the vanilla billows... and the florals tremble...

And I run, run, run, and suddenly I find myself in the souk!

And as I waited there like that for my bottle, the sample, snatched from my girlfriend, steadily leeching in my hand.... there I read the reviews. And I now also tried to give the animal a name. But no one wanted to fit.

The base is warm, soft and strong at the same time, me not directly cedar wood would have come to mind, but together with the amber and musk it makes the already persistent vanilla to the long-distance runner.

And if you've lasted this far and find yourself in the midsummer horse stables even with Vanille de Tahiti, the air drenched with the sweat of unwashed saddle pads, I have a tip for you: don't spray it on clothes! That's exactly what brings back a memory of urinal notes for me - the shirt with VdT still clinging to it from the day before. This component develops after about 10-12 hours, and that's also exactly when the scent is completely gone from my skin. That's right, it lasts a really long time, even though I often just soak up scents skin-wise. Do I heed this rule, there is no question of feces at any time.

Another word about the sillage, which is just right for me. I pull the first 4-5 hours a clear scent trail behind me, then I have for another 3 hours a wonderfully gentle vanilla cloud oscillating in the nose. This works especially well if you also consider the crooks of the arms with a spritz each.

Well, my girlfriend it is too heavy on her, but now I wear it, often, even in high summer, even outside, even during the day, even on official occasions, and I love it. Because you have to hand it to Vanille de Tahiti. It can be sexy, it can be wicked, but it can also be elegant and understated, depending entirely on the setting. For me, it's like wearing a second skin that heightens my senses while giving me peace and security. So far, just on a side note, those around me also perceived it very positively. A true chameleon. If I had a single signature scent, which I have for the love of the rest of my collection but not, then this would have a good chance to become it.

Thankfully, I don't have to share the bottle. Meiiin Schatzzz!

Vanille de Tahiti is the most beautiful vanilla scent I've had the pleasure of having under my nose. Period. And should it ever be discontinued, it will be bunkered down for all it's worth, that's for sure.
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VegaOcean

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Top Review 5  
The Jungle Lab
Who likes experiments we love the Vanilla de Tahiti! The Perris lab did some research and had a lot of fun. Result?

Vanilla de Tahiti has a reclined egocentricity. An arbitrariness that will not please everyone, coupled with pheromones that could make many people addicted.
The fragrance is clearly dominated by ylang ylang and vanilla. The first one,
I wouldn't categorize it as completely unisex.
No, no. Femme fatale is more appropriate.

I would describe the vanilla as cool and almost praline-like. It gives off a blue sheen. Creamy and sweet. Maybe a bit too sweet, but that could also be due to the Ylang Ylang. This is carried by a tropical green sultriness. At first I thought of cloves, Indian spices or violets. In any case, they dumped something in there at the jungle lab.
Golden Champaka Mutant?
Smells very challenging. For me unfortunately rather presumptuous, perhaps also strongly self-willed and yet egocentrically beautiful. Someone who smells like that has a penchant for lush elegance and doesn't care about the opinions of others.
Jungle Gourmand? Maybe. There's no way he can get rid of the tropical humidness. Honey and resins mix in the amber/musk exit.

We've never had vanilla like that!
In contrast, Tobacco Vanilla by TF or Guerlains - SD Vanilla seem harmless and solid.
It lasts a good 8 hours and is very perceptible, but not too obtrusive. Maybe I should say "thank God."

Had left an impression in any case!

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Grammy

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Grammy
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Summer in a scent
This fragrance is tropical, "full" and creamy. I like this vanilla, supplemented with beautiful, yellow flowers. I imagine myself being in Tahiti for a magnificent holiday. I've smelled vanilla many times and most of the time I just don't want a full bottle, but this one, I wanted it immediately. It is a warm, tropical vanilla with a sexy edge to it! Love it!!
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RisingChaosRisingChaos 6 months ago
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Light tropical vanilla fragrance. Airy, fruity yellow florals sitting atop a creamy, edible vanilla fluff. Almost like banana pudding.
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