Sol de Janeiro Products

Sol de Janeiro: By Numbers

Sol de Janeiro’s cult-favourite fragrances are identified by specific numbers, but what do the Sol de Janeiro numbers mean? What's the difference between Cheirosa 62 and Cheirosa 71? Let us help.

Let's start with this fun fact: did you know that each Sol de Janeiro number corresponds with a particular year in Brazilian culture and history, drawing on it for inspiration? Well, now you do!

Cheirosa 59: Delícia Drench

Notes of: Vanilla Orchid & Sheer Sandalwood


Starting with Sol de Janeiro’s newest, highly-anticipated launch, Cheirosa 59 or Delícia Drench! Cheirosa 59 embodies the warmth of a sunset, with uplifting notes of vanilla orchid, sugared violet and sheer sandalwood.

Where does the 59 come from? Well, Cheirosa 59 Perfume Mist is inspired by the year 1959, when singer João Gilberto released “Chega da Saudade”, which translates to No More Blues. This is particularly relevant for Delícia Drench, as it is scientifically proven to boost your mood! 92% of wearers said that this fragrance transports them to a positive place.

Cheirosa 62: The Original

Notes of: Vanilla & Salted Caramel


Cheirosa 62 is the scent that started it all, the scent of the iconic Bum Bum Cream. Irresistibly sunny, this scent is comprised of delicious notes of pistachio, caramel and vanilla.

The story: Cheirosa 62 Perfume Mist is inspired by the year 1962, when everyone fell for the Girl from Ipanema and the iconic beach culture of Brazil. This scent is the ultimate warm expression of Sol de Janeiro’s Brazilian spirit.

Cheirosa 68: Beija Flor

Notes of: Brazilian Jasmine & Pink Dragonfruit


Cheirosa 68 or Beija Flor exudes all the energy of a garden in Rio de Janeiro: blooming, bright, tropical. This fruity floral fragrance contains notes of Brazilian Jasmine, pink dragonfruit and sheer vanilla, which combine to form a scent which is unexpectedly fresh.

The story: Cheirosa 68 Perfume Mist is inspired by the year 1968, when the Tropicalia Movement influences an exciting musical and cultural shift in Brazil. This creative movement results in a celebration of colourful energy.

Cheirosa 40: Bom Dia

Notes of: Black Amber Plum & Vanilla Woods


Cheirosa 40 is a sultry, delicate scent that draws you in. With a warm floral fragrance made up of Black Amber plum, jasmine blooms and vanilla woods, this scent is alluring and sophisticated.

The story: Cheirosa 40 Perfume Mist is inspired by the excitement of 1840, when Rio debuted the legendary bailes Carnaval Ball. The scent embodies the sultry sophistication of these opulent, invitation-only parties.

Cheirosa 71

Notes of: Caramelised Vanilla & Toasted Macadamia


Cheirosa 71 is decadent like cashmere. Warm, cosy and cocooning, this amber gourmand scent is wrapped in rich notes of caramelised vanilla, toasted macadamia and tonka bean.

The story: Cheirosa 71 Perfume Mist is inspired by Leila Diniz, Brazilian actress and the brand’s “muse”. Diniz was pictured in 1971, celebrating her pregnant body in a bikini on a beach in Rio. As Sol de Janeiro said, “now that’s the Sol spirit”.

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