Over the last few years, pickle-flavored foods and beverages have captivated the taste buds of adventurous eaters and now the pickle frenzy is reaching new heights, with some pickle-crazy consumers now misting themselves with pickle-scented fragrances.
Dill Pickle by Wicked Good is one such fragrance and it promises to be an unmissable one with notes of cucumber, mustard seed, coriander, vinegar, garlic, onion and salt. As the company says, “it smells crunchy and salty.”
Unconventionally scented perfumes are captivating fragrance fanatics who are seeking unique olfactory experiences. Consumers who want to go beyond the super-popular gourmand or everyday musky scents are finding themselves increasingly drawn to “weird” scent categories, driven by a desire for novelty, personal expression and a longing to challenge conventional notions of beauty and fragrance.