I feel like I’ve been sitting on my review on the Viktor & Rolf Bonbon Eau De Parfum Perfume for a while now as I could not find a coherent way to string words to form a review. Now that’s not because I don’t like this Viktor & Rolf perfume – like that is even a feasible option – I’ve just had a lot of things going on behind the scenes and my command of the English language suffered . . . greatly.
Have you ever struggled to spell a very common word that you use about a hundred times a day? Well then you know exactly how I have been these last few weeks but enough excuses, let me jump into this review while I have the motivation
The Viktor & Rolf Bonbon Eau De Parfum Perfume – £99 for 90ml via Debenhams – takes it inspiration from the French Bonbon chocolate – which is kind of like a truffle . . .but not (it’s really hard to describe) – and has been designed to being with mature caramel top note into a soft, milky orange blossom and French vanilla middle note with cedar, sandalwood, amber and guaiac wood acting as a woody base note.
I’m going to be very honest here and say that I don’t think that the Viktor & Rolf Bonbon perfume is unique or could be considered a game-changing fragrance in “sweet” perfume market but that does not stop it from being quite good. I actually like this scent as it smells so sweet and delicious on the skin – it’s quite soft and feminine without being sickly.
I would put this perfume in the summer/autumn category although it can be worn in the winter – I just prefer to wear slightly darker fragrances these days,
The Viktor & Rolf Bonbon Eau De Parfum Perfume costs £52 for 50ml or £99 for 90ml and is available to purchase at Debenhams.