Crème Bouquet 2004

Crème Bouquet by Stila
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Crème Bouquet is a perfume by Stila for women and was released in 2004. The scent is sweet-floral. It is still in production.
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Fragrance Notes

Lilac, Lily of the valley, Vanilla

Ratings

Scent

7.0 | 18 Ratings

Longevity

7.6 | 16 Ratings

Sillage

6.5 | 14 Ratings

Bottle

6.0 | 12 Ratings
Submitted by Carrie, last update on 11.10.2019.
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7.5
Scent
8
Longevity
6
Sillage
7
Bottle
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What in the world is a cream bouquet?
Hey, guys, welcome to a new scent commentary from me. Today is about Stila's crème bouquet. And as you might have thought of my title, your favourite commentator here, who you all love to eat, has absolutely no idea what crème bouquet is! :D

Yes, in the beginning I thought of a Crème Brûlée, which I at least know, but have never tried! But no, the name of the fragrance here is spelled differently! Hm... when I look for it, some scents come out (or perfumed creams and soaps), but I also see how some people write that they would like to use cream bouquets for their butter creams... but I didn't get any further yet and somehow I was too lazy to look any further for it, especially after I saw that bouquet actually means bouquet, or the name for the scent of a wine, which doesn't help me here... :D

Be that as it may, of course all this sounds like a creamy and sweet scent and you get a hunch that this scent might not only be nice, but you should like it too. But I'll see about that! Well, then, to the scent!

The fragrance:
Right at the beginning I smell a strong and powdery-sweet vanilla note, which smells nice and also comes across authentically. The lilac as a floral note can also be perceived well behind the vanilla, the lilies of the valley seem to disappear, because firstly I can't smell them at all and secondly I only perceive a single floral note, the lilac as I said before.
So... you know what? That's it, too! Honestly, the fragrance stays the way it started from beginning to end. So he always smells only of vanilla and lilac, whereas in the later base one smells as so often also the vanilla best, while then also the lilac gradually fades away.

The Sillage and the shelf life:
The Sillage was below average. Thus, the Duftaura can be smelled well next to one, but at further distances one will perceive it rather less. The shelf life is pretty good with over ten or twelve hours.

The bottle:
The bottle is rectangular, slightly pink and actually quite simple. It is enhanced by the beautiful, colourful floral drawings on the bottle. The purple lid also fits well to the pink bottle. All in all quite simple, but also beautiful.

Sooo! First of all the good news: The fragrance is very beautiful! Now the bad news: It is absolutely nothing special and smells like many vanilla scents with floral notes. However, one can ignore the negative point here, because the main thing is that a fragrance smells good.

It has already been kept quite simple, as it smells of vanilla and lilac throughout. Thus it also radiates a gentle, beautiful and feminine aura. It can be used as an all-rounder (as it smells neither too light nor too heavy) at any time of the year as a beautiful, simple day fragrance. So you can try it!

Oh one more thing: I don't know if this was due to my sample or if it really is, but the consistency of the scent liquid was quite greasy or sticky! My arm was still quite sticky after spraying for 15-20 minutes and was also very shiny... my nose was always sticky because I sometimes touched my arm while sniffing!! D

Well, then, that's it again. I wish you all a nice evening, until then :)
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