If you’re a Bravo fan then you’ve probably heard of chef Roble, a creative, energetic chef based in Atlanta. Since so much about food revolves around smell Roble was inspired to launch his very first perfume called Clique. I recently met Roble at a beauty event and he gave me a sample of Clique to try out.
Company Description- “Finding the perfect balance to incorporate scents from some of my favorite culinary works required a lot of fine-tuning and multiple trials. It started with the idea of developing an irresistible fragrance recipe that could maintain the freshness of a citrus cocktail on top with an alluring and sexy dessert base containing notes from one of my favorite dessert creations – “French Toast Crunch”.
Clique by Roble Review
At first, Clique is overly strong, however after about ten minutes it simmers down and is bearable. Clique is a highly floral fragrance in combinations of jasmine, violet, tuberose and iris. I know that it’s supposed to have touches of French Toast Crunch and citrus in it but I simply don’t smell them because the floral scents are so strong. There is a bit of spice as in hot not cinnamon) added to the florals though so I’m wondering if that’s what they’re aiming for in this fragrance.
One of the reasons that I never review fragrances is that they are incredibly personal. I go for clean, crisp, light fragrances and am in no way a fan of florals. Floral fragrances remind me of a grandmother and Clique is a fragrance that I would never pick up on my own but I can see someone else wear. It’s safe to say that I’m not a fan but if you like floral fragrances then be sure to check Clique out.
Clique is launching in the spring of 2014. The initial line will consist of a 50 ml/1.7 Fl. Oz. Eau de Toilette (EDT) spray and, to round of the menu, two body care products: a revitalizing Shower Gelee and rich, indulgent Body Butter.
Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.