Guerlain Aqua Allegoria Forte Bosca Vanilla Review

Guerlain Aqua Allegoria Forte Bosca Vanilla Review

[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I typically don’t gravitate towards vanilla scents as I’ve become weary of its overuse in many fragrances. However, Guerlain Aqua Allegoria Forte Bosca Vanilla is a delightful exception. This fragrance is rich and luscious with woody and amber notes that complement the vanilla without overpowering it.

Guerlain Aqua Allegoria Forte Bosca Vanilla

This combination is meant to evoke the essence of Corsican beaches, featuring an ozonic or marine note along with a touch of warmth. It brings to mind the sensation of coziness and contentment, akin to snuggling under a towel on a lounger. Although I’ve never been to Corsica, I imagine it captures the feeling of a beach thereabouts ;-).

Guerlain Aqua Allegoria

During the winter months, this fragrance exudes a comforting and warm aura, making it equally suitable for snuggling under a blanket as it would be for a beach outing. It doesn’t necessarily require the sun; the warmth from a radiator or fire will suffice to create the same sense of contentment. Originally available at John Lewis, this fragrance is now refillable. All Aqua Allegoria Forte scents contain over 90% natural ingredients. The use of beetroot alcohol in perfumery reflects Guerlain’s commitment to sustainability, a transformation that has been impressive to witness over the last couple of years.

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