Kelly & Jones Notes of Wine Collection is a collection of perfumes that pair well with wines. These fragrances play up the notes found in the wine that they are named after.
#4 Notes of Merlot is a fruity floral. It opens as tart and juicy with rhubarb and red currant with a glimmer of citrus. It’s a light and sheer fruity fragrance with a hint of dewy greens. On my skin, most of the wear is that sour rhubarb. It eventually dries down to… Continue reading
Kelly & Jones Notes of Wine Collection is a collection of perfume inspired by wine. #3 Notes of Cabernet is my favorite from this collection. And that is saying something because I like the other ones too.
#3 Cabernet opens with a “rustic” fruity pink pepper that glimmers. The bright, spicy opening is both warm and cool. Once that settles, I get cherry tobacco in a leather pouch. Cabernet is “barrel aged”. It becomes oak barrel and a rich, jammy raspberry and stewed spiced cherries… Continue reading | 3 Comments
Kelly & Jones is a line of perfume inspired by wine. #5 Notes of Chardonnay is the most gourmand-y out of the line.
#5 Chardonanny opens with notes of melon bubblegum and toasted vanilla sugar. It fruity and creamy. With time the honeydew melon fades. Which is a good thing in my book. Melon isn’t my thing. There is a hint of spice and woods over a base of creamy vanilla custard with caramel.
This is my least favorite from The Wine Notes… Continue reading | 6 Comments
Kelly & Jones Notes of Wine Collection is a collection of niche perfume inspired by wine. Like the wine, Sauvignon Blanc, Kelly & Jones #1 Sauvignon Blanc is crisp, light, and fruity.
I’m not a white wine person and I rarely drink Sauvignon Blanc, but on a hot summer day, this crisp and fruity stuff is almost perfect. This is how I see this fragrance. I typically don’t like fruity perfumes, but this perfume hits the spot on a hot day… Continue reading | 6 Comments
Kelly & Jones Notes of Wine Collection is a collection of perfume inspired by popular types of wine. These perfumes compliment their namesake, meaning that you can enjoy your glass of Riesling while wearing #2 Riesling.
Background on the inspiration – Riesling is a white wine that tastes fruity and green. It’s light, refreshing and is a good “starter” wine in my opinion. Living in Washington, I’m most familiar with Washington Riesling which is sweeter and “peachier” than the European Reislings that… Continue reading