Champagne is the only alcohol scent that's long been on the women's market, but recently it's gotten a bit of a makeover. Usually, champagne scents are sweet, gourmand-friendly, and have a strawberry or grape note attached, like Jaqua's Pink Champagne Frosting set ($30), which actually does smell good enough to eat. Several new champagne scents are a little more grown-up, though. Sula Perfume Champagne Sugar ($32), which I smelled while I was in the Anthropologie store last week and liked pretty well — not the scent for me, but nice and straightforward all the same — has a raw ginger note that keeps it sweet without being childish, and Memoire Liquide - No. 900 Champagne et Mure ($65) is supposed to mimic a Kir Royale with a surprisingly acidic lemon twist.