Daisy Marc Jacobs Delight - limited edition fragrances

Another reason why I reviewed the Daisy eau de toilette yesterday, is that Marc Jacobs has developed two new editions of the famous Daisy fragrance, called Daisy Delight (blue bottle) and Daisy Eau So Fresh Delight (pink bottle), and I was given the opportunity to try out the Daisy Eau So Fresh Delight, before it becomes available in the stores.

Daisy Marc Jacobs Delight and Daisy Marc Jacobs Eau So Fresh Delight
Daisy Marc Jacobs Delight (50 ml, €61.06) 
Daisy Eau So Fresh Marc Jacobs Delight (75 ml, €66.61)
Available in stores from the end of February 2014

The flowers on the cap of the Daisy Marc Jacobs Delight fragrances are in fuchsia, green, and pink this time and I really like the combination of the colors. What better way to get into a spring mood than with a lovely, new fragrance like this. ^_^

Daisy Eau So Fresh Marc Jacobs Delight review

There already is a Daisy Eau So Fresh fragrance, which is a more fruity, bubbly, and more fun version of the original Daisy fragrance. I don't own it nor have I smelled it before, but the notes (raspberry, grapefruit, pear, violets, wild rose, apple blossom, musk, cedar wood, and plum) sound like something I would like. The new Daisy Eau So Fresh Delight that I was allowed to try a sample of, luckily has just as much fruitiness in it.

Daisy Marc Jacobs Eau So Fresh Delight review

Top notes: blood orange, pink peppercorn, and white tea. 
Middle notes: Tahitian Tiaré flower, violet, and raspberry 
Base notes: Apricot peel, musk, and amber.

It starts with a sweet blood orange scent and after that fleeting moment, I mainly smell the leafy, white tea, with hints of sweetness from the raspberry. To me, the scent is similar to fragrant, floral tea leaves with a bit of added fruit essences. This fragrance doesn't have such a strong start like the original Daisy eau de toilette and remains somewhat the same light, fruity scent during the day. I particularly enjoy the scent when it develops into the base notes. You can really distinguish the fruity apricot peel with a bit of musk and amber in the background. Fruity scents can often be considered as a bit childish, so I really like how they have created this complex and sophisticated scent with some sweet, fruity notes in there.

The Daisy Marc Jacobs Delight that I didn't get to try, is the more flowery scent of the two new scents (with top notes: apple, quince blossom, and freesia, middle notes: iris, gardenia, and peony, base notes: musk, cedarwood, and sandalwood) and due to my preferences for light and fruity scents, I believe I would have preferred the Daisy Eau So Fresh Delight. Still, the refreshing apple in it, makes me interested enough to at least try it, when it becomes available in the stores.

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