Number four of the Easter weekend fragrance posts and this time it’s a new launch from Tommy Hilfiger – Tommy Tropics. To catch up on the other reviews from this weekend, check them out below:
- Fornasetti Profumi Giardino Segreto Foglie Key Print Candle
- Mizensir Eau de Gingembre
- Michael Kors Extreme Night
This is a pretty brief review as there’s honestly not that much to say – it’s OK. This is a new launch for Summer 2017 and is a very simple 90s throwback that has a much fancier-sounding fragrance pyramid than it actually presents.
Accoding to Tommy Hilfiger there’s top notes of golden mandarin, Italian lemon, marine accord and mint; a heart heart of cypress, eucalyptus, lavandin, sage, orange blossom and finally a base of warm musk, lentisque abs, pistachio wood, incense, amber.
In all honesty, it’s lavender, mint, a little cyprus and white woods. It’s very, very pleasant indeed and is a great holiday fragrance as it’s easy to wear and hugely inoffensive. This isn’t going to come close to many fresh summer fragrances, but when you consider the £22.99 price tag for 100ml, it’s a real no-brainer. I can see this understandably performing really well in Duty Free halls this year both as a self-buy and for gift giving.
Tommy Tropics by Tommy Hilfiger is £22.99/100ml here from The Perfume Shop.