Perfume and Life Combined
Never thought of it, but definitely root beer smell us there!
Beef jerky!! So glad you said that -- it always reminds me at points of pepper-encrusted beef.
Hi Marina - Root beer is particularly strong in the top notes. Definitely an different twist on vanilla.
Elisa, glad you caught the beefy note in Vanille Tonka, too! Borneo 1834 also has a roast beef thing going on, which I find really interesting.
A-HA! Twine! clearly it is the addicting note of twine that makes me love Vanille Tonka...Or maybe it's the electric train... :)(And are those PdN bottles not the stupidest things you've ever seen? I mean, that's got to be a joke, right?)
Hi Muse - good to hear from you! Yeah, the bottles from PdN are dorky. And I'm sure it's the electric train heart note that causes you to love Vanille Tonka. Quite compelling, don't you think?