Avon Tahitian Holiday Perfume Review

Avon Tahitian HolidayThe note list of Avon Tahitian Holiday sounded good. And it was dirt cheap, so I blind-bought it. It was actually a pretty good buy.

Tahitian Holiday is a light, beachy fragrance that isn’t overly aquatic and doesn’t OD on coconut. If you like perfumes like Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess, I could see you liking this.  It opens with a synthetic gardenia that dries down to a smooth Tahitian gardenia/manoï. It’s like sun-kissed gardenias and a coconut tanning oil. There’s a bit of fuzzy fruits like apricot and passion fruit. It dries down to something that resembles warm skin at the beach with a cool jasmine breeze.

Notes listed include cyclamen, ginger, tiare flower, ginger, coconut, musk and manoï. Launched in 2008.

Projection and longevity are below average but I don’t complain because it’s a cheap fragrance.



*Product purchased by me. Pic from the brand.

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