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7 Billion Hearts (2012)
by CB I Hate Perfume

7 Billion Hearts information

Year of Launch2012
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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HouseCB I Hate Perfume
PerfumerChristopher Brosius

About 7 Billion Hearts

7 Billion Hearts is a shared / unisex perfume by CB I Hate Perfume. The scent was launched in 2012 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Christopher Brosius

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Reviews of 7 Billion Hearts

Amazing smoked vanilla, but not for everyone

This perfume features several different kinds of vanilla which smell deep, rich, and like they've been aged in rustic wooden barrels (in a good way). The smoky notes are very prominent here - the overall scent almost reminds me of rum. It's a truly beautiful perfume, very Old World, or maybe even a pirate ship! There is nothing synthetic about this perfume. However, it is heavy. I wouldn't call this a "fun summer vanilla." It's magical, though.

03rd June, 2013
The opening scent is pure wood or freshly cut lumber that smells totally infused in deep rich vanilla. There is rumored to be several varieties of vanilla in this blend and the rich deep notes hint at a decadent blend because the vanilla is very rich and smells aged. Aged in freshly cut wooden casks of some sort. I am not a fan of vanilla and amber scents, but this one is truly outstanding. It has a freshness that is unusual in a vanilla scent. I tried the water based version and it is quite potent, needing only a single spritz, maybe two to turn my world into 7 billion radiating hearts.
11th March, 2013

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