Creed Sublime Vanille was the first fragrance in the Royal Exclusives collection. It is a soft oriental fragrance that opens with citrus, but is centered around creamy vanilla and tonka bean. Slightly smoky and a little musky vanilla. Notes of Tahitian vanilla, bourbon vanilla, tonka bean, bergamot, lemon and musk.
Reviews of Creed Sublime Vanille from noses that may or may not sniff like your nose.
from Patty at perfumeposse - "Vanilla is the new black this season, apparently. There have been a number of them released this year – most quite good. It took a long time for me to warm up to vanilla in perfume after some of the travesties of the CSPs that almost sent me away from vanilla perfumes forever. On the open, with the bergamot and lemon, I was so prepared to hate this. I had the haterade in the glass and was getting ready to take a big swig. But . . . It’s a lovely vanilla scent – not heavy or sweet or too smoky or too floral or too much like Watkins. A middle of the road vanilla, and I don’t mean that in a bad way. It’s a nice, neutral vanilla that has all the great aspects of vanilla covered, and few of the bad, nor does it exaggerate any aspect like some of the more distinctive vanilla scents do. . ."
from bestmenscolognes - "The opening of Sublime Vanille is a mix of citrus and the fantastic vanilla note. In fact, it smells like an orange Creamsicle to me, except changing the orange for a lemon note. The first ten minutes or so it stays like this until the vanilla note becomes dominant along with the creaminess of the tonka bean. Honestly, this is one of the best vanilla notes that I’ve smelled in any fragrance, it’s really good."
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||Creed Sublime Vanille
||Top notes of Tahitian vanilla and South American bourbon vanilla; a middle note of tonka bean; and base notes of bergamot, Calabrian lemon and rare musk
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