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Mariah Carey Debuts “Dreams,” Her Twelfth Fragrance: “I Call Myself a Perfumer-in-Training”

Submitted by on March 11, 2013 – 10:11 amOne Comment

Mariah Carey continues to make all her “dreams” come true. The American Idol judge is not only working on a new album, led by the new single “Almost Home” off the Oz The Great And Powerful soundtrack, but the diva also just debuted her newest fragrance “Dreams.”

“I’m so excited to finally be able to reveal my new fragrance Mariah Carey Dreams of a limited time,” Carey wrote on Facebook to officially announce her twelfth fragrance. “Exclusive at Kohl’s! #MariahCareyDreams.

Comprised of an interesting mix of Madagascar vanilla, honeysuckle, freesia, toasted almonds, and salted caramel apple, the vibrant notes are inspired by Carey’s flagrant, er, fragrant past. “Mariah Carey Dreams helps tell my story,” Carey told PeopleStyleWatch. “The different scents derive…from childhood to performing on the world’s stage, to being in love, to feeling loved.”

While Carey is known for her vocal skills, the Grammy-Award winning artist admits that creating scents is her newest passion. “The process of creating a fragrance is exhilarating and it takes me to another place within my creative self,” Carey confessed. “I humbly call myself a ‘perfumer-in-training’ because I love it so much. Almost as much as I love making music!”

Mariah’s newest fragrance Dreams is available exclusively at Kohl’s for between $39 and $49 per bottle. Shop the scent here and watch Carey’s latest video for “Almost Home,” in case you missed it.

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