House of Cherry Bomb Violet Green Tea Honeysuckle Perfume Review

House of Cherry Bomb

I’ve been really impressed with the indie brand, House of Cherry Bomb. You guys already know this. I went on and on about this brand in my review of Tobacco Cognac, a musky tobacco fragrance.

Violet Green Tea Honeysuckle (let’s abbreviate it as VGTH) opens as a green grass and cool violets. With wear the violets get more tangy, like unripe raspberries. This bitter fruitiness mingles with a sheer, airy honeysuckle. It wears exactly as the name implies – violets and honeysuckles. VGTH dries down to powdery woods which reminds me of a vintage dressing table – violet powder and lacquered woods.

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Notes listed include green tea, violet, honeysuckle, lily of the valley and woody notes. Launched in 2014. PERFUMERSAlexis Karl and Maria McElroy

Give VGTH a try if you like honeysuckle scents or tea florals. Or if you like perfumes like aroma M Geisha Violet, L’Artisan Verte Violette, Tommy Hilfiger Tommy Girl, Lili Bermuda Petals and/or Marc Jacobs Blush. I’ve really enjoyed wearing this one in the warmer weather.

Projection and longevity are below average for an EDP. I think it wears more like an EDT.

The 1 oz retails for $55 at House of Cherry Bomb. Samples are also available for purchase.

Victoria’s Final EauPINIONCool violets and honeysuckle. Another great perfume from House of Cherry Bomb!

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*Disclaimer – Sample provided by the brand. I am not financially compensated for my reviews. My opinions are my own. Product pic from House of Cherry Bomb. Ping Chin from