I got this blind, and initially did not like very much I think because of the top notes, the nutella thing is a little boring but the next day I smell my clothes and love it, it's so feminine and sweet I smell a lot of vanilla caramell, I recommend it for people that love sweet and sensuous perfumes. Gorgeous.
30th December, 2011 (last edited: 01st January, 2012)
This fragrance is for the true gourmand lovers.
This is chocolate at its best. Rich, velvety and delicious. A melt in your mouth kind of chocolate.
Chocolovers sits smoothly on the skin, almost like a creamy hot chocolate, thick and luxurious. The chocolate and hazelnut notes tend to dominate the most, however a sweet candy-like lemon note sets off this fragrance with a citrusy touch.
I love this fragrance for Winter wear. It brings a sensual, foody touch to the cold night air. My friend who loves such rich chocolatey scents like Thierry Mugler's Angel, absolutely loves this kind of fragrance. As said in her words, "I want to eat it".
I dare say this is one of the sexiest, richest gourmands you'll possibly ever experience.
I'm a fan of the Aquolina house and that includes Chocolovers, somewhat. I think it's ok. I don't get any chocolate at all. I smell orange, but no chocolate. I've enjoyed my sample, but I don't think I will be purchasing a bottle anytime soon.
Cloying chocolate, hazelnut, a spritz of lemon, coriander and then sweet sugar. I adored the spicy coriander ion this, but, even at 8 dollars at T.J.Maxx it was not worth the overbearing synthetic sweetness.
I really wanted to like this perfume, however I think it smells very cheap and synthetic. All I get from it is a weird orange chocolate smell that isn't appealing in the least...actually I find it nauseating and repulsive. It must not work with my body chemistry, because if it smelled this way on everyone it still wouldn't be around (at least I would hope not). Do not waste your $ on this.