Green tea, cherry and a fresh-ish bergamot - this trio is evident in the opening, with the cherry clearly dominant in my skin. This trio is clean, quite bright and well balanced in spite of the asymmetry in the strength of its constituents. This first half of the longitudinal development is characterizsed by an nigh-fragile elegance.
In the later stages a jasmine-lilac duet with a slightly fresh green undertone form the core features.
I get moderate sillage, adequate projection and eight hours of longevity.
From quite a delighful and elegant mix of top notes this spring scent moves to a less convincing second part. Overall 3.25/5.
Another sleeper in the Les Parisiennes line, that a wonderful blogger introduced me to. Hard to believe this one is vilified everywhere...Whaaa?
Tea and gentle, mild cherry blossoms. A suitable scent for me, made even more perfect with some sparkling citrus top notes. Clean and refreshing and mild. Very pretty, very safe, no sharp edges, and that Guerlain softness.
Now it you are looking for the next Djedi or Attrape Coeur, then this is not it, but if you are looking for a gentle elegant floral, and are a fan of some of the other new Guerlain...try this pretty pink juice in the adorable bottle above. My thumb is up.
This is certainly a little girl's perfume, but in a good way, not in an over-the-top fruit and floral overdose manner. It's lemony with a little bit of soft white floral. Great for spritzing. Not long-lasting but ephemeral and oh-so-pretty.