I’m familiar with the Juara line because of their skincare and body products. It’s a high-quality line inspired by Indonesia. Their face cleansers and body butter are addictive. One of the things that you’ll notice about the line, if you try their products, is their fragrance (well, and how soft your skin is). I’m sure that the Juara Candlenut perfume was made because people loved how the Candlenut Body Crème smells.
Candlenut is a fresh green tropical floral with warm coconut. The coconut in this isn’t too heavy or creamy. It reminds me more of a fresh coconut or coconut water. I get ripe tropical fruits like mango, banana and pineapple mingling with airy flowers. Being an oil, it’s linear but it smells good. It’s tropical and something I want to wear in the summer. It reminds me of a beach vacations.
If they made a hair line scented with this, I’d be a very happy lady.
Notes listed include greens, freesia, jasmine, bergamot, rose, and coconut.
Give Candlenut a try if you like tropical fragrances. Or perfumes like Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess, Byredo Pulp, CREED Virgin Island Water, Laura Mercier Almond Coconut and/or Pacifica Indian Coconut Nectar. I think this is an excellent “budget” beach fragrance.
Candlenut has above average projection and longevity for a perfume oil.
Victoria’s Final EauPINION – Coconut water, fruits and airy flowers. It’s a great budget beach scent.
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