Tocca ‘Colette’ Perfume Review

Tocca ‘Colette’ Perfume Review fragrance 2020

Tocca ‘Colette’ Perfume Review

‘A Mysterious Poet. Colette dares to ask and to be asked love’s most challenging questions. Her notes of Sandalwood and Incense are as spicy and seductive as they are alluring.’

Notes

Bergamot, Juniper Berry, Violet, Sandalwood, Pink Peppercorn, Incense, Vanilla, Musk

Tocca ‘Colette’ Perfume Review fragrance 2020

Tocca ‘Colette’ Perfume Review

Before we get started, can we take a moment to chat about the beauty of this bottle? It’s so elegant, feminine and vintage inspired, I just love it! Also, on the inside of the box, it says in small calligraphy style script; Love Yourself. It’s the details right?  Anyway, it’s what’s inside that counts so let’s chat about the fragrance itself!

Tocca’s Colette is a wonderfully pretty, soft, feminine, floral fragrance. The fragrance opens with a very soft smoky-citrus bergamot accord, which quickly mingles with the soft, powdery prettiness of the violet and the juicy, almost tangy juniper berries. Although it’s not mentioned, I’m sure there’s a few more floral accords in this fragrance, perhaps a little jasmine or magnolia, whatever it is, it’s pretty, soft and feminine. Contrasting with the florals, there’s a hint of spicy pink peppercorn, a mysterious edge of incense and a wonderfully warm, sensual hit of sweet vanilla, warm sandalwood and sensual musk. Together these accords create Colette; warm, comforting, exciting, sweet, spicy, floral, traditional, powdery, pretty and unique. I LOVE modern-traditional floral fragrance and the violet mixed with the incense and pink peppercorn is too lovely to resist! It’s the perfect Sunday morning perfume; soft, pretty, airy, floral, easy to wear… with the promise of cream cakes, endless cups of tea and adventure on the horizon. Just lovely! 

Tocca’s Colette is out now and available from Harvey Nichols. This post contains press samples and affiliate links.

 Tocca ‘Colette’ Perfume Review fragrance 2020

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