Anatomy flavor: Lolita Lempicka Forbidden Flower
 Lolita Lempicka Fleur Défendue / Forbidden Flower - the new and latest version of the original fragrance Lolita Lempicka. Like its predecessors, it was developed by perfumer Annick Menardo.

I said yesterday that Lolita Lempicka was a flower, challenging topic Thierry Mugler Angel; Forbidden Flower and may seem more floral than Lolita Lempicka. Opens aroma similar sharp fruity notes (perhaps even more acute and intense). This condition is smoothly flows into the heart of the fragrance, which is less sweet anise-than Lolita Lempicka. Violet and Iris are very soft - they are felt in the composition of implicit flowers with fruit accents. Warm wood-based original Lolita Lempicka is still present, but it is a clean, cool and light, and, like Thierry Mugler's Angel, more subtle. Despite the "almond musk" and "cherry musk" (other notes: wormwood flowers, strawberry leaf, mimosa, peony, violet, aniseed flower), Forbidden Flower has more fresh than varnish base.

Forbidden Flower is pleasant enough, and because it is soft, fresh and light, many people may like it more than the original Lolita Lempicka, especially in the middle of summer. So far I have not found anything that causes aversion to the flavor, but it lacks the personality of the original - it does not stand out among millions of other floral perfumes that simply overwhelmed the market over the past few years. The bottle, however, it looks better for me in the green shade than its original in purple.

Author: Ann, New York