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    Default Sweet licorice fragrances

    I'm looking for scents that smells like sweet sugary licorice, in the same vein as Au Masculin and Blue Sugar, only I want something sweeter! I would be more than happy to wear feminine scents aswell, I don't mind!

    No leather, incense or woods please!

    Do you have what I need?

    Thanks!

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    Parfumerie Generale - Aomassai instantly comes to mind!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellhound View Post
    Parfumerie Generale - Aomassai instantly comes to mind!!
    Aomassai in the dry down turns into just about everything I hate! Incense and woods and leather :/ The opening is beautiful tho, I really love the opening!

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    Sweeter than Au Masculin and Blue Sugar? Holy diabetes!!
    Are you not entertained??? Is this not why you are here??

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    Have to check that one out.

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    I get strong licorice notes from L'Instant de Guerlain (not even the Extreme version), Sculpture by Nikos and CK One Shock (neither contains leather notes, but they might include some marginal hints of woods or even incense).
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    Quote Originally Posted by knightowl View Post
    Sweeter than Au Masculin and Blue Sugar? Holy diabetes!!
    That's what I was thinking!

    Have you tried the female Lolita Lempika? It could fit the bill.
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    Smell Bent's Dead of Winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knightowl View Post
    Sweeter than Au Masculin and Blue Sugar? Holy diabetes!!
    Haha!
    I don't know what's wrong with me, I'm just hooked on sweet scents atm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken_Russell View Post
    I get strong licorice notes from L'Instant de Guerlain (not even the Extreme version), Sculpture by Nikos and CK One Shock (neither contains leather notes, but they might include some marginal hints of woods or even incense).
    I have smelled both original and Extreme, no licorice there. Those scent aren't even sweet, to me at least. :/
    CK One Shock is a good fragrance, I hope I could get the licorice notes you get from it!
    I will have to check Sculpture by Nikos out. Thanks for comment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentrich View Post
    Smell Bent's Dead of Winter.
    Thanks! Will check that one out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JiveHippo View Post
    That's what I was thinking!

    Have you tried the female Lolita Lempika? It could fit the bill.
    Beaten me to it. This ^

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    Maybe Brin de Reglisse

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    Quote Originally Posted by JiveHippo View Post
    That's what I was thinking!

    Have you tried the female Lolita Lempika? It could fit the bill.
    This.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDropIt View Post
    I'm looking for scents that smells like sweet sugary licorice, in the same vein as Au Masculin and Blue Sugar, only I want something sweeter! I would be more than happy to wear feminine scents aswell, I don't mind!

    No leather, incense orods please!

    Do you have what I need?

    Thanks!
    Lolita lempicka is what you are looking for for sure. It's yummy.

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    I get licorice from Tom Ford Black Orchid

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    Cartier Must Pour Homme L'Essence.
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    Maybe Cafe Black Label by Cofinluxe is what you are looking for.
    Unfortunately is not in Basenotes database.



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    Caron Eau de Reglisse, maybe Mat Very Male.

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    I owned the Jo Malone Vanilla & Anise for a while, but it was too expensive root beer for me -- worked out great for my roommate, though.
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    Dior Eau Noire has a licorice note and a sweet immortelle one. Some find it too sweet.

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    I know it's anise, but Kenzo Air always reminds me of licorice.
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    Probably the only thing that will satisfy your sweet tooth is Demeter Licorice.

    Most perfumers don't want to make something that's just straight up licorice candy. If you want a more sophisticated, less sweet take on black licorice, try Brin de Réglisse from Hermès.

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    Never smelled this, but body sprays often have that sweetness that you're describing.

    http://eclecticlady.com/bodysprays/bodysprays.php?s=blacklicorice

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerbick View Post
    I know it's anise, but Kenzo Air always reminds me of licorice.

    I thought licorice too. Just licorice and vetiver. Good stuff in my book but it's not super sweet .

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    If you haven't smelled it yet get a sample of Diesel Fuel for Life.

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    Default Re: Sweet licorice fragrances

    Immortelle infused with lots and lots and lots and lots of licoice, Dior Prive Line's "Eau Noire" conceived by Francis Kurkdjian, i believe.

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    Body kouros

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    Default Re: Sweet licorice fragrances

    Lolita Lempicka au Masculine is one of my very favourite frags.

    I cannot stand the taste of licorice but I just love the way LLAM blends licorice with absinthe, rum, a hint of ivy, and a warm cuddle of vanilla. Just gorgeous stuff, and I'm really not a big fan of many vanilla-strong fragrances.

    I much prefer LLAM to Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille, which to my nose at least, is an overpowering scrubber.
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    B men is the one that reminds me of licorice.

    I love eau noire, don't know if it fits the bill (its not what i call sweet, and i also have a fondness for sweet) but its really nice

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    Th one I think would really suit you is L'Occitane Immortelle Eau de Parfum which smells like ultra sweet liquirce and Palma Violets. It's incredibly powerful and lasts for days. It is quite hard to find now.

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