Macarons combine lots of sugar and cream with unexpected flavors and a pleasant little crunch. They're the sort of petite dessert that's best for savoring, so if you adore them, it's wise to look for similar traits in a scent.
Tokyo Milk Honey and The Moon No. 10 ($30) has a note composition very reminiscent of the little not-quite-cookies. It starts off smelling like sweet violet pastilles, then settles down into a jasmine and sandalwood blend that geranium flavor lovers should enjoy.
Loving macarons can be more about the experience of them than the specific flavor, though, so if what appeals to you is the fun of small bites and interesting flavor combinations, do give CB I Hate Perfume's To See a Flower ($14) a try. Instead of a traditional perfume, it's a scent journey from the first sprouting of a seed to its final bloom. You won't be able to stop smelling yourself as it develops, and after about 20 minutes it dries down to the soft scent of honey.
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