Lili Bermuda is a line based in surprise! Bermuda. I’ve tried most of the fragrances in the line. I can tell you that the line loves pretty florals. And they seem to do them very well.
Here’s my reviews of Lily and Oleander:
Lily – Includes notes of nectarine, tamarind, cactus flower, lily of the flower, pear flower, calla lily, white musk and woods.
Lily opens with a cottony softness paired with a lot of citrus. It becomes fruitier with pear. But, this pear isn’t… Continue reading | 2 Comments
The newest perfume by Lili Bermuda is a perfume inspired by “The subtle and delicately sweet perfume evokes the wholesome summer days on a beautiful Bermuda beach“. It’s one of those scents to wear in the summer or to wear when you want be reminded of warm, sunny days.
SunSiss opens with juicy mango. As promised from the note list, SunKiss starts to resemble a fancy orange cream pop. It’s a bitter orange blossom and orange juice with vanilla cream. It dries down to the sort of… Continue reading | 5 Comments
Lili Bermuda is one of those overlooked brands in the perfume world and I don’t know why. The house offers some great scents and they’re rather affordable.
The two unisex fragrances that I’m reviewing are great “summer scents”. You can add something to your wardrobe that is fresh and summery without spending a lot of money.
South Water – Includes notes of coconut milk, guava and sea salt. Launched 2009. PERFUMER – David Bothello
South Water is like a poor man’s CREED Virgin
I’ve reviewed a few Lili Bermuda feminines before. This line is inspired by Bermuda. Here’s my reviews of Passion Flower and Petals.
Passion Flower: Notes include gardenia, passion flower and mimosa.
Passion Flower opens with a heady gardenia with citrus. It reminds me of Givenchy Amarige “lite”. It’s a big, boisterous floral with gardenia, mimosa, tuberose…There’s a hint of fuzzy peach. With time, Passion Flower begins to wear as blue cheese gardenia and peach (which is a good thing). Passion Flower is what I’d… Continue reading | 6 Comments
Lili Bermuda is a niche line located in Bermuda that draws their inspiration from the islands (how couldn’t you?).
Coral: Notes listed include clementine, freesia, rose and ginger.
Pink opens with a juicy orange mixed with rose. I also get a hint of ripe peaches. And then it becomes a freesia floral. It’s nothing special but it does smell like a watery freesia and I know some people are into that.
Give Coral a try if you like sheer florals or if you like… Continue reading | 1 Comment