One of the best bakers I ever knew would make a batch of fudge whenever she baked a pan of brownies and she'd use the fudge to frost the brownies. Oh, yeah, a thick layer of fudge, too! Chocolate overload for sure, but oh, good lord were they ever good with an ice cold glass of milk. Now imagine the fragrance in her kitchen with the saucepan of fudge bubbling on the stove as she takes the pan of brownies out of the oven. That alluring, sweet, comforting, intensely chocolate aroma is exactly what Chocolate Ganache smells like. This isn't a bowl of coco puffs cereal, not a cup of hot cocoa or a milk chocolate candy bar. No, Chocolate Ganache smells the way deep, dark chocolate tastes. Adult chocolate, if you will. Lasts a good 8-10 hours on my skin and is noticeable on my clothes for a couple of days. It's lovely and relaxing when I wear it at home but I wear it in public, too. I know the sillage is noticeable because I always get compliments. If you love chocolate you need a bottle of Chocolate Ganache.
I’m Dominican and this is the literal smell of a chocolate bar (not a candy chocolate) that we use to make hot chocolate but you can’t really eat it unless you want to break a tooth since this is very HARD. This is not your candy chocolate bar type of smell, instead it is a literal and very natural chocolate smell, slightly sweet and a tap salty, very well blended and long lasting. At first it is kinda sharp but as soon as it warms up with my skin it becomes more creamy, but not creamy as if you put milk in it but more as melted chocolate.