Perfume is the perfect accent to any great outfit, and it’s been scientifically proven that smelling good can make a person feel good. How much would you be willing to pay for the perfect bottle of perfume? One luxury perfume brand costs $1 million. What other luxury scents made the cut?
Annick Goutal Eau d’Hadrien
One of the key ingredients in this perfume is ylang-ylang, the flowery fruit of the Cananga tree. These dazzling yellow flowers only grow in the Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia. The perfume also features a signature citrus scent created from a blend of Sicilian lemons, regular lemons, grapefruits, mandarin oranges, and citron. Hints of cypress and aldehydes. While a scent made from these exotic ingredients may be hard to imagine, this scent has been a worldwide success since the 80s.
Blue Sapphire By Boadicea The Victorious
This is the most luxurious fragrance from this fine fragrance brand. Many of the fragrances are based on the inspiration of British Monarchs. (The very name of the brand pays homage to a famous queen of an ancient British-Celtic tribe.) This particular fragrance was made in commemoration of Queen Elizabeth’s 65th wedding anniversary. A citrus base gives this fragrance a cleansing, refreshing aroma. There are also strong hints of cardamom, jasmine, patchouli, and amber. The bottle itself has a genuine blue sapphire.