I’ve always loved collecting Febreze Air Effects to fill a room with fragrant fresh scent. I never get bored of Febreze Air Effects because they are always coming out with new fragrances. As the season changes, so do their scents (luckily the original favorites continue to sell year round).
I am a complete and utter sucker for limited edition things. If it has the word limited edition labeled on it, I feel like I must buy it, just so I could say I tried it. Air Effects knows that I’m not the only one in the world who cannot turn down a limited edition offer, so they pump them out season after season, and I; I of course buy them up; season after season.
With spring and summer months just around the corner I knew I could expect something new from them. Normally when one thinks of warmer months though they think of floral fragrances.
I was pretty shocked, and excited to come across Febreze’s 3 latest limited edition scents. All of them were inspired by international fragrances and I was more than willing to spend $2.50 on each of them. I grabbed all 3 scents and headed home.
Moroccan Bazaar was one of my favorites out of the 3.
Moroccan Bazaar comes in a standard aluminum spray can, and is pretty easy to locate if you know what the Air Effect spray cans look like. In case you’ve never seen them, click here to see Moroccan Bazaar.
The bottle itself comes in a light rich brown bottle with an easy to use plastic spray trigger at the top. Moroccan Bazaar also contains a photo of colorful Moroccan spices in bowls right on the bottle.
The scent on the other hand reminded me of Bath and Body Work Sensual Amber scent. It has a delicious sugar scent of amber, moss, and other musky spices that are simply addicting.
Now although I love Febreze Air Effects, I do admit that many of the sprays have a short lived lasting power. Some of them last for a long time, and others; well others tend to dissipate as quickly as it comes spraying out of the can.
Moroccan Bazaar fits somewhere in the middle. It’s scent is not super long lasting, but at the same time it lasts long enough as to where the $2.50 I spent on it felt like it was $2.50 well spent. All in all I found that I was able to detect the scent for up to 2 hours. You have to close the door in whichever room you have sprayed in order for the scent to last that long though. Open airy rooms tend to allow the scent to fade away faster.
It’s a sweet scent with a very mild musky spicy undertone. It’s relatively long lasting, and in my opinion totally worth the buy. If you love the scent of Bath and Body Works Sensual Amber, than you will absolutely love this stuff!