Ode To Vanilla
I'm not one for foody fragrances, but I don't have it in me to totally sneer at the warmth and comfort of a good vanilla fragrance.
My favorite? Probably Serge Lutens' Un Bois Vanille, with its licorice undertone. I also like Parfums de Nicolai Vanille Tonka.
And the almondy-vanilla weirdness of Dior Hypnotic Poison. The edging-into-chypre Anne Pliska (which always reminds me of Tournesol's catchy "Anne Pliska/Anne Pliska/Hare Krishna/Hare Rama" ... heh).
The richly scented in-a-class-of-its-own Sage Pearl.
A few more: Carrement Belle Vanilla, any of the La Maison de la Vanilles, Molinard Les Senteurs Vanille.
And the Classic Queen, Shalimar ... although, on me, the vanilla is faint when it shows up at all.
I know there's more. This is a great excuse to dig through my samples to find more. Or tell me about your favorite.