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If the closest you’ll get to an island getaway is jamming to Shaggy on your a.m. commute, you can at least get a relaxing whiff of coastal bliss via this charming scent. A heady homage to tropical destinations, Comptoir Sud Pacifique Vanille Coco seamlessly blends warming notes like Tahitian vanilla with coconut milk.
I smell like I have a yummy vanilla all over me. It is such a comforting smell and a little relaxing.5
The fragrance was yummy but personally I don't care to smell like something you would eat. It's just not for me.3
I like the smell of this, but my husband did not. He is the only one whose opinion I care about. So I will not be purchasing this.4
This smells just ok. Don't smell much coconut, just a little vanilla. It doesn't last very long, either. Would not purchase, so glad I got it as a freebie.2
I predominately smell the vanilla. There isn't a lot of complexity which I think makes it smell less like a perfume and more like a lotion or sunblock.3
This scent makes me never want to wear a heavy perfume again — it's subtle, but long-lasting, and it's a great universal scent. Who doesn't like Tahitian vanilla with coconut milk?5
Finally, a perfume sample I can get behind! This smells divine. I would buy it. I may buy it in the near future.4
I hate heavy perfumes but this one is just the perfect combination of beautiful and light. It lasted all day and I received several compliments from coworkers. They all seemed to notice and enjoy the charming, coastal scent. Will definitely be purchasing the 3.4 oz bottle next!5
This was a great summer perfume! It's a strong, unique vanilla scent. You definitely have to love vanilla to wear this one, but fortunately I do! I received quite a few compliments.5
This perfume is very light and you can smell the vanilla. I don't like the packaging. All the bottles in this series looked the same and weren't feminine looking. There was nothing about the packaging to draw the eye!2