Roses & Chocolate
Are chocolate and roses a cliché way to express romance? We'd prefer to say classic, and with the rich, delightful Roses & Chocolate, based around one of the most perfectly executed dark chocolate truffle notes we've ever smelled, we're pretty sure we're in love all over again. While the rose is more than present- delicate, rich and lightly jammy- the star of this show is the chocolate, a fully realized accord that nails both the sweet and lightly bitter, savory appeal of everyone's favorite food item. Sweet, warm blackcurrant, juicy peach and creamy vanilla all contribute, mixing in to give the impression of a perfectly realized confection. Chocolate lovers and romantics everywhere, Roses & Chocolate is the real deal.
Mandarin, bergamot, blackcurrant, peach, rose, violet, chocolate, solar notes, cedarwood, white musk, vanilla
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I agree with Kim, and it just does not smell like the name. I love Intense Cafe by Montale, so I had hope, but this does not seem to execute the name on my skin.
I was really expecting roses and chocolate but what I got was peaches, jasmine and powder. No matter how I tried, I couldn’t find the chocolate in this. I was hoping for something quite a bit more gourmand. Disappointing for me and my BF complained I smelled like carpet freshener. Sigh. Sorry Mancera.