Party at the Moon Tower

Brand: Sixteen92

Scent Description: White cupcakes with popping candy frosting, spiked punch, faded sunscreen, lake breeze, a distant Summer bonfire

Released: Anniversary 2018

5 thoughts on “Party at the Moon Tower”

  1. It’s more punch than it is cupcake, which I was surprised about. The cupcake is there when it’s wet, but on the skin it fades into the background and the punch is really the forefront. But it’s not fruit punch you’d have at a kid’s birthday party; it’s definitely spiked. I don’t know that I get any wisps of smoke, but there is a touch of sunscreen in there.

  2. I bought this by accident, and it’s an unexpected love. I get all of the notes with just the right balance. It’s bot a little fun as well as wistful and nostalgic, atmospheric and gourmand at the same time.

  3. This smells like white cake and sunscreen, with a little of the breeze mixed in. It’s like eating a cupcake by the water on a warm day. The smoky note is very faint and not apparent to me for a few hours until the entire perfume starts to fade.

  4. It reminds me of going out to the lake during the summer when I was a child, that comforting scent of muddy lake water and the occasional welcome breeze that cuts the heat. The faded sunscreen note is spot on, like the one in Boardwalk but with some skin musk and dirtiness from the lake. There is some underlying sweetness from the cupcakes and spiked punch, but that’s underneath all of the lakey sunscreeny goodness, just a table of treats a few feet away while you sit on the dock. I would say the punch is the stronger of the two, but it’s a perfect slightly boozy punch scent. The bonfire note is very subdued, just the faintest whisper in the background – it’s not an obvious smoke note, but it does add a little woody thread somewhere underneath everything.

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