6 Scents for the Pumpkin Spice Lover
Pumpkin spice...and everything nice!
Ah, the aroma of autumn. Pumpkin Spice!
Go ahead, take a deep breath. Savor it. Honestly, could there be anything more comforting than a warm swirl of cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and nutmeg ushered in by a brisk wind? Nope, didn’t think so.
Unfortunately pumpkin spice lovers, that venti latte will get down it’s last drop, and the potpori will dry out, not to mention the candles will melt away. But don’t fret, you can still surround yourself with the delectableness of the season!
We’ve personally selected fragrances (for women and men) that will keep the spice alive through all your fall festivities.
Desnuda Perfume by Ungaro
Spicy notes of cinnamon and cardamon linger above a powdery vanilla base creating the warmth of Ungaro’s Desnude perfume. Totally perfect for a chilly afternoon visit to the apple orchard.
Mandragore by Annick Goutal
Mandragore perfume is ‘that scent’ you’d spritz on just before heading out the door for a fall hike. Notes of ginger pop as they wrap around earthy hints of boxwood, in turn creating a rather rustic aire.
Echo Woman by Davidoff
Notes of nutmeg kiss musky undertones in Davidoff's Echo Woman. Rich and spicy, this scent is perfect for evening on the town, hopefully culminating in a glass of wine and a slice of creamy pumpkin cheesecake.
Passion by Elizabeth Taylor
An earthy base washed in ginger, clove oil, nutmeg, and vanilla … in other words, Elizabeth Taylor's Passion cologne is pretty much pumpkin spice in a fragrance bottle! The bold earthiness, however, cuts through any sweetness you’d anticipate.
Tuscany by Aramis
This is one fragrance that is sure to turn heads when perusing the pumpkin patch. Notes of cinnamon, anise, caraway and tragon weave through a base of sandalwood and patchouli.
Opium by Yves Saint Laurent
An intoxicating, yet casual, mix of ginger, vanilla, pepper and cedar, Yves Saint Laurent has captured the season with Opium cologne. Not to mention, it pairs perfectly with a pumpkin ale during an evening out at the pub catching the games.