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Fleur de Canne a Sucre Ligne St. Barth for women

Fleur de Canne a Sucre Ligne St. Barth for women
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caramel
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Ligne St. Barth is a line of exotic fragrances from the island of Saint Barthelemy, located in the French Caribbean. Fleur de Canne a Sucre is a delicately sweet and mildly spicy scent of sugar cane, caramelized brown sugar and fresh pineapple.

It is available as 50 ml EDT.

Fleur de Canne a Sucre was launched in 2007.

Perfume rating: 3.71 out of 5 with 18 votes.

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Pineapple Caramel Sugar

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Fleur de Canne a Sucre Fragrance Reviews

AveParfum
AveParfum

This is a tropical perfume in a way that few Americans are familiar with. The name translates to "cane sugar flower". Instead of a perfume full of synthetic tropical fruit and heady white flowers, here we have a perfume that smells like sugar cane (flower). I think it's ingenious.

While traveling in the Philippines, I got to enjoy drinking fresh sugar cane juice. It tastes like water with sugar in it, but it is hard to describe how truly fresh the juice tastes. Sure, you can simply mix water with sugar, but sugar cane juice doesn't quite taste like that. It also *feels* different. It somehow tastes cleaner and lighter, and the feeling of the sweetness is refreshing rather than nauseating.

The notes suggest pineapple, and I do smell it mixed-in with the sugar cane. It smells like a slice of fresh, ripe, juicy and sweet pineapple that has been roasted on a grill to the point where the edges have begun to turn brown due to the caramelization of its natural sugars. I love the taste of roasted pineapple, but I am astounded to smell it in a perfume. The scent of pineapple is extremely delicate to the point where I am not certain I would pinpoint it without having read the notes ahead of time. Some perfumes that contain pineapple smell syrupy sweet. Not this one.

Bravo for this simple and unique tropical fragrance. Fleur de Canne a Sucre captures the spirit of sugar cane very well. It is a light, clean, and sweet fragrance that is nice for warm weather, but it could easily work year-round.

Aug
01
2016
magda14012
magda14012

Blind bought it and it is so delightful! Uncomplicated, light and simple. Just sugar and ripe, juicy yellow pineapple. It is not cloying, nor sticky caramel either. Kind of positive juice to go to when you want to turn to something safe but not boring. Happiness, holidays, this is what it makes me think of. Great vacation scent!

Aug
14
2015
serchina
serchina

People, please try Fleur de Canne a Sucre if you love gourmands! Its lovely. I never planned to try myself, but the sales lady forced me and she was so sure that I would like it. Really interesting and different fruity-vanilla. I got some anise note even if not listed or maybe it is the pineapple. The sugar note is not annoying, believe me. It is a nice oriental especially for gourmand fans.

Jan
14
2013
ANGELICA07
ANGELICA07

Nobody knows this one ?
Pineapple + caramel + sugar = heaven, so I'm quite interested in it ! ^^

Dec
06
2011

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