Coccobello is truly intriguing and not your typical beach scent. It is at once creamy and green, sweet and fresh, classic and cutting edge. Think glamorous high-fashion resort wear spread in Vogue mixed with the lush and colorful tropical paintings of Henri Rousseau. We know – it’s that good.
Coccobello begins slightly green with wafts of palm leaves, cedar, and watery coconut. While it remains a nice scent on paper, Coccobello absolutely comes to life on skin and works some kind of magic that we’re still trying to figure out. The benzoin, vanilla, and gardenia start a party that might end up with someone getting bitten, and something like mango butter makes an unexpected cameo. The scent projects into a gorgeous, creamy, and slightly fruity veil of scent that lifts you away onto the perfect tropical beach vignette: the breeze whispering through the palm trees, a cold drink in your hand, salt water dripping onto your towel, and nearby gardenias blooming with abandon. This may be the best vacation you’ve ever taken.