Summary: I am pleasantly surprised by this Choo creation, and upon looking at the notes I am even more surprised. Perhaps it's my chemistry but upon first spray this smells to me as a delicious aquatic with a musk undertone and a hint of vanilla. After a while the notes becomes more apparent and I can smell citrus (the tangerine?) *Hmmm* a sugary sweetness (strawberry?
Excerpt: "Flash by Jimmy Choo is my favourite fragrance so I was really excited for the release of Flash London Club and tried it as soon as it came out. ~ Price and availability ~ It comes in a 60ml bottle and is available from department stores such as John Lewis and Debenhams for £42.00. It is limited edition and comes as an eau de parfum. I held out and got mine from duty free, which is the only place you can get the 100ml bottles and I paid just £46.40 ...
Pros: nice scent, nice bottle
Cons: doesn't last as long as I'd like, not as nice as the original Flash
Excerpt: "I was aware of the Jimmy Choo brand of shoes and knew they were the best in the business, but I wasn’t so aware of the perfume range so I was quite intrigued by the perfume I got for Christmas. Jimmy Choo Flash is a very ample name for the perfume as my first impression of the perfume from the bottle was that it looked quite flash and glitzy. The bottle is quite small and square with a real sparkle to it and that trend continues right through the ...
Pros: Distinctive, summery scent thats light on the skin
Summary: Das muss ich Madonna zugestehen, sie schien mit ihrem Duft im letzten Jahr Vorreiterin für eine Richtung gewesen zu sein, die mir in letzter Zeit immer mal wieder unterkommt. Tuberoselastige Blumendüfte. Jimmy Choo Flash ist in diese Richtung einzuordnen. Die Erdbeeren im Auftakt entgehen mir völlig. Gleich springt mich die rauchige Tuberose an und ich muss direkt an Madonnas Duft denken. Aber den mag ich ja, also ist das keine Kritik im negativen Sinne.