La Rive Miss Dream Perfume Review
La rive Miss Dream, released in 2018, is sure to leave an unforgettable scent behind. Boasting notes of black currant, exotic fruits, bergamot, and cassis that are sure to excite and please, its heart is comprised of a passionate wave of tuberose aromas mixed with seductive milk notes for an irresistibly hot experience with sweet vanilla accents – this floral fruity perfume from La Rive won’t fail you in 2018.
Ribes nigrum) is an easy-care thornless shrub with clusters of juicy black currant berries. This versatile plant thrives in damp soil, and the fruits make delicious fresh or dried treats that can also be found in beverages and jams.
In the kitchen, currants can be used in both sweet dishes and savory sauces for flavoring purposes. Duck or venison makes a fantastic pairing; fruit salads also benefit significantly from adding them to fruit mixes or fruit salads with other berries. Many recipes calling for currants use Zante currants instead of true black currants; therefore, it is always advisable to check a recipe is intended for genuine black currants before proceeding.
Raw blackcurrants contain abundant amounts of vitamin C and iron as well as antioxidants, making them an excellent way to support cardiovascular health, lower cholesterol levels, and ease flu or sore throat symptoms. Blackcurrants can also serve as an excellent source of linoleic acid and GLA that could potentially reduce dry eye syndrome symptoms.
Launched in 2018, La Rive’s aromatic fragrance for women is an exquisite blend of fruity and floral notes, including exotic fruits and crisp bergamot at its core, alongside jasmine, rose, magnolia flower petals, sandalwood wood, and milk tonka bean in its base notes – ideal for day and evening wear alike! The aromatherapy scent can also be worn in tandem.
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Miss Dream by La Rive perfume can now be purchased from Ubuy in Canada, USA, UK, Singapore, and Malaysia online via Ubuy’s official store – free shipping to the continental USA is included with every order!
Jasmine flowers are beloved around the world for their sweet fragrance and are used extensively in perfumes and tea blends, helping promote relaxation. Jasmine blooms also possess an inherently soothing effect thanks to their mild fragrance, which has long been associated with their use as an antidepressant agent.
Although most varieties of jasmine only thrive in tropical environments, some varieties do thrive here in our cooler weather and can even be grown indoors for added beauty in an apartment or terrace.
Winter jasmine (Jasminum nudiflorum) is hardy throughout our state and makes an attractive vine or wall covering, boasting white-scented blooms up to 1 inch wide with lush green leaves.
Arabian Jasmine (Jasminum polyanthum) is another easy choice to grow outdoors or in containers, providing another source for jasmine tea production and blooms throughout the year. With large, white flowers featuring thin petals and round centers that attract butterflies easily and require minimal care to grow successfully in warm and sunny spots with evenly moist soil, Arabian jasmine thrives best under these conditions.
Milk is a versatile dairy product widely consumed as a food source. Available in various forms and packaged for retail sale in plastic bottles or plastic bags, milk can be consumed either on its own or mixed with other ingredients to form beverages and desserts. Some regions still serve boiled milk.
La Rive Miss Dream is a floral fruity fragrance for women, released in 2018. The fragrance begins with exotic fruits and crisp bergamot before transitioning into notes of jasmine, rose, and tonka bean with vanilla for a lasting sweetness – ideal for everyday wear as well as special events such as weddings.
Tonka beans (Cymbopogon martini), an aromatic, nutmeg-like spice resembling small black beans that smells similar to vanilla, pistachio, gingerbread, and hay aromas, are found as the seeds of trees in Central and South America. Their seeds provide rich sources of the chemical coumarin, which gives the tonka bean its distinct fragrance that’s sought-after by perfume, tobacco, and food industries as a fragrant ingredient.
Though Coumarin can be toxic in large doses, it’s used in tiny quantities to add flavorings and perfumes without endangering health. Tonka beans are legal in Canada – Saveur magazine recently featured them – while still illegal under an FDA ban in the US since 1954.
This fragrance features top notes of Bergamot, Cassis, Exotic Fruits, and Black Currant and center notes of Jasmine Rose Magnolia Sandalwood as well. As base notes, Tonka Bean Vanilla – was first launched by La Rive in 2018.