10 Boozy Fragrances That Won't Make You Smell Like a Drunk
This fragrance is named for actor Alan Cumming and smells like a few of his favorite things, including cigarettes and scotch. Bonus: the proceeds go to charity.
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This scent is based on anise, the same plant in alcohols like ouzo and sambuca. The vanilla keeps it from veering too far in the licorice category.
This fragrance captures the feel of having a nice cool drink on a hot day without being overpowering.
This floral scent, inspired by 1930s French parfumeries, is perfect for a date or night out. It's also available in a solid.
This Juniper Sling fragrance contains notes of juniper berry (gin) and orange brandy. The fruit balances out the smell of alcohol nicely.
In case you weren't sure what lust smells like, vanilla bourbon is about as close as you can get without being graphic.
The bottle of this fragrance was inspired by a skyscraper, and the notes include chilled vodka. Perfect for a city slicker.
When you have a clothing line called Scotch & Soda, you kind of have to make a cologne with a boozy smell.
Sake, anyone? This scent combines ginger, lotus, white peach, and other subtle notes to create the hint of the Japanese alcohol.
Fresh and clean, this scent has notes of jasmine, amber, and violet.
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