The pina colada, the smell of a tropical seaside resort
Thanks to its tropical, sweet, and sweet smell, the pina colada has been declined in many beauty products, cosmetics, perfumes. The pina colada indeed offers a palette of flavors, such as fruity, sweet tones, with a predominance of walnut, coconut, or pineapple, sometimes combined with rum, thus offering variations. Its tropical aromas are refreshing and transport us directly to the beach of a seaside resort. Pina Colada is used in shower gels, moisturizers, body scrubs, and feminine fragrances. As it is impossible to extract essential oil from pineapple or coconut, its olfactory notes are synthetically reproduced in the laboratory.
The use of pina colada notes in perfumery
Pineapple has long been used in perfumery. It is found in floral and fruity fragrances, as in Amor Amor Summer by Cacharel or Baby Doll by Yves Saint Laurent. Today, pina colada is also used in the heart of essences that smell like the sun and the holidays. If it is still little used, we will find pina colada in floral and / fruity scents as in "Rockin'Rio" and "Born in Paradise" by Escada. Of course, the pina colada offers its exotic and gourmet scents that smell like tropical islands. This is why it is currently challenging to incorporate the tone "Pina Colada" in other fragrances.
Tropical and summery cocktail par excellence, the pina colada does not stop its success. Invented in 1954, the pina colada has become one of the world's ten favorite cocktails. Its smell is sweet, sweet, and exotic, and that is why it is used in many shower gels or beauty creams. The pina colada note is also used in the perfumery, where it offers its tropical and seaside scents. If it is currently little used, it can be found in exotic, summer, and ultra-luminous perfumes.