Eh... about 20 bucks an ounce for a perfume that applies pretty strong but soon washs out and fades to where u only smell it if you inhale a part of your body where it was applied. After drydown, the scent is of malted cocoa... very very faint. I dont smell the orange others spoke of at all. The bottle is simple, the smell nothing I couldnt find elsewhere or in a longer lasting formulation. For the money, I would rather spend my money on something with some staying power... and a bit more decadent.
I am a chocolate lover but no way I could give this perfume as advice for those who love chocolate. It's so bad I really don't know where to start. It smelled like burned plastic and it stayed on and on. People who took a sniff from it, hated the stuff as much as I did. Not good.
This perfume is gross, maybe it's the chocolate/orange combination but something about it is really off.
this fragrance smells really good in the bottle but i would not want it as a perfume.. I love chocolate but don't need or want to smell like it. I usually like foody and sweet perfumes but this one for some reason i just don't like for me....I love pink sugar though...
I recently got this since it's so portable and the fact that it smells like the best thing in the world! This is seriously a chocoholics' (myself included) daily fix. I vow never to leave home without this.
'Chocolovers' is the darker, sexier, naughty but nice sister of the sugary 'Pink Sugar'. Sort of like Dannii Minogue to Kylie Minogue.
Not as sweet as 'Pink Sugar', when first applied I got the rich aroma of the lemon and orange, combined with coriander, preventing it from being zesty. I could also smell roasted nuts.
After a few hours the vanilla base comes through and mingles with the hazelnut, with the result being a work colleague commenting on the smell of my hot chocolate (no I didn't' have any).
At first I was kind of "ehh...I'm not so sure..." about this product, but after a while it warmed up, and it was quite pleasant. Like most people have said, it warms up to a vanillaish hazelnut scent. I don't get any green notes and thats fine by me. Chocolate and plants dont go good imo.
The orange in the beginning bothers me but it dissapears quickly.
I bought the 30ml of this for now but if I end up loving it as much as I love PS, I'll order the bigger one. Hopefully by that time a Sephora will finally open up here so I wont have to order it online.
Overall this is a fun, somewhat subtle scent for women of all ages;)
This is my favorite of the three aquolina fragrances I have tried:pink sugar, chocolovers, and blue sugar. Chocolovers smells like a malted milkshake and hazelnut to me. I love that it makes me think of chocolate without making me smell like a chocolate bar.
I have not even tried Pink Sugar, but I got a great deal on Chocolovers and I must say, I love it! I smell the chocolate and orange on first spray, but neither smell is overpowering. The drydown smells vanilla-ish after a while. Chocolovers is much more complex than I thought it would be, and has surprisingly good lasting power on me.
It smells really chocolatey after it's just sprayed on. But after it's dried, it smells exactly like Comptoir Sud Pacifique's Vanille Abricot on my skin. However, there is a green note in there (bah! I'm not sure what it is, but it reminds me of Demeter's Dirt) that keeps it from being as cloying as the CSP.
It's nice, but I like Pink Sugar more.