Madonna`s new scent will smell like `good old whiskey`

   Apr 18, 4:08 pm

New York, Apr 18 (ANI): Madonna, whose eagerly anticipated debut signature perfume hit department store Macy's last week, has already made plans for an accompanying fragrance and men's cologne smelling of a "good old whiskey."

Following in the footsteps of pop stars such as Christina Aguilera and Beyonce Knowles who have built up prolific fragrance lines, the songstress said her second perfume should be due out "sometime next year," although details remain limited.

In an interview with WWD, the singer added that men's fragrance is an avenue worth exploring, an idea that has been inspired by her teenage daughter Lourdes.

"I think it would be good to do a men's fragrance, as well," the New York Daily News quoted her as saying.

"My daughter thinks so. She wants to wear it. She likes to wear men's cologne-don't ask me why," she said.

While work has not yet begun on the possible project, Madonna revealed the powerful aroma of hard liquor appeals.

"I love musk and amber and woody kind of fragrances on men. I love the smell of whiskey-we should make a men's cologne that smells like whiskey. I can't drink it, it's too strong, but it smells amazing-a really good old whiskey," she added. (ANI)

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