Coffee is undoubtedly one of the world's most popular beverages. Synonymous with breakfast, some countries have increased brewing to an art form. Including Italy, where the aromatic brew is served in a thousand different ways. Although perhaps none as famous as the cappuccino, the voluptuous blend of coffee and frothy milk. The cappuccino has fans in every corner of the world. So much so that different perfumes and cosmetics firms have decided to incorporate in the composition of their fragrances. Not talking about notes of coffee, cappuccino specifically but with all the feelings of warmth and pleasure it arouses.I
Launched in July 2007, the masculine cologne Blue Seduction, by Antonio Banderas has quickly positioned itself as a crowd favorite among the many fragrances made by the actor. His secret? A successful and unusual oriental, aromatic and aquatic composition within which surprisingly cappuccino chord melts perfectly. Probably the most originality lies in that this line is not in the base of the fragrance, as would be expected, but in its very heart. Accompanying notes of nutmeg, green apple, cardamom and sea water, resting on a typically eastern base of amber and woods. Its top notes are bergamot, mint, melon and gooseberry.I
Regarding Very Sexy female fragrances, the lingerie firm Victoria's Secret, has the well-earned reputation to live up to its name. Presented as an oriental floral, this scent also introduces a note of cappuccino. And this time, either at its base, but among its top notes. The explosive cocktail of coffee, exotic flowers of cactus and pepper gives way to an unexpectedly sweet floral heart, a truly seductive combination: mimosa, vanilla orchid, hydrangeas and camellias are led gently into a heart of white amber, musk, berries and woody notes. Like all the fragrances of Victoria's Secret, this Eau de Parfum has a complementary line of shower gel and moisturizing body milk that help enhance the fragrance and its duration on the skin.I
In the most disparate corners of the globe, every day, thousands of people do not see their morning without a good cappuccino. A passion that explains the success of perfumes and colognes that have captured the essence and joy of the daily ritual.