Summary: Boucheron Trouble has been out since 2004. More than enough time, sadly, for it to be discontinued. Iâ€™ve loved it for a long while and even though I hate reviewing a scent that might be hard for some folks to obtain, you can still find some bottles kicking around ebay and discount sites. I suggest you stock up while you can if you love it, though, because there isnâ€™t nearly as much available as I saw even two years ago. Disclaimers aside, letâ€™s sniff.
Summary: Trouble is a murky blend of jasmine, woody/floral amber, and vanilla. While the effect is no doubt intended to be sexy, the actual result is somewhat flat and indistinct. Its starts off with a fresh jasmine with facets of mimosa, lemon, and perhaps a hint of tuberose on a thick background of woody/floral amber. As the jasmine recedes, the vanilla beings to come out, sweet but not particularly foody. The dry down is more of the same: the amber and the vanilla.
Summary: I can't say enough good things about this fragrance. It is seriously one of my signature scents. The fragrance lasts and lasts and smells better as the day goes on. While suitable for day, save this one for night. It's warm, alluring and mysterious. It reminds me of something the good/bad girl would wear in a 1940's film noir movie.
Summary: I went for a blind buy of the 15ml edp based on the reviews here and you ladies did not disappoint. On my skin it is a warm, cozy (powdery) vanilla with a soft (maybe white) amber-incense touch and sweetened with creamy jasmine (i dont get sugar sweet). I don't get much from the lemon but maybe that's what keeps it "fresh". Nor do I get any cedar (thank God) It reminds me of a classic florental and very much "my type" of oriental.
Summary: This and Givenchy's Ange ou Demon are my all time favourites. Ange ou Demon for day mostly and Trouble for night. Trouble works for me in a big way, my husband loves it and so do any other males that get within a smelling sphere. Its strong, sexy & slightly masculine which kinda gives it that edge. I like it because it has some punch, it says i'm here, smell me, approach me if you have the kahunas for it.
Summary: I work at a store that sells discontinued and rare fragrances. I just sold my last bottle of boucheron trouble and my awesome customer gave me a very generous spritz on each arm even though she says she cannot find it anywhere! I am floored by how divine this is on the skin and on fabric. It is slightly indolic but not rank like shalimar or obsession. The jasmine adds depth to a beautiful, warm, rose based floral without smelling like a public bathroom.
Summary: I first sniffed this in a department store a couple of years back and it really intrigued me. Cue a few years later and I ordered myself a bottle online. Oh dear :-( I had high hopes for this but I just can't get past that odd citrus note. It really reminds me of lemony raw cake mix but not in a good way, it is just a bit cloying. It is kind of a powdery lemon vanilla bomb but it smells as if the notes just don't blend.
Summary: I was curious about Trouble, but after reading all of the reviews for it, I was worried it may be too heavy for my tastes. I did some research on Trouble Eau Legere and decided it was the better choice. I love, love, love Eau Legere. It's a citrusy gourmand that smells *exactly* like Jackson's Lemon Jumble cookies from my childhood. If you know these cookies, you will either be turned on or off because of the connection. Yummy and sophisticated.