* Cocktail kicks off with a powerful blast of lavender and yiang yiang. The duality of traditionally male and female notes are quite interesting.
* The projection is quite powerful at the beginning – people around you will definitely notice something.
* As the top calms down, orange blossom joins with some soft, powdery florals.
* For a scent called cocktail, it’s odd that there is no liquor or booze smell anywhere.
* Have you ever tasted the Violet candies by C Howard? Thats what I smell in the soft base, along with some light sandalwood.
Summary: Lush fragrances use a lot of natural ingredients, so I’ve found that each time I wear Cocktail its a little bit different. Sometimes the yiang yiang on the top lasts all the way until the end, while other times I get a lipstick smell in the mix. Lush scents are available in smaller size at very reasonable prices, so if you are looking for something quirky to experiment with, try a cocktail.
Cocktail is available at Lush Stores and from the Lush Website.