L'Occitane Fleur Se Cerisier eau de toilette review

Besides The Body Shop Japanese Cherry Blossom eau de toilette that I found in my cabinets, I also have the L'Occitane Fleur Se Cerisier eau de toilette to wear this Spring. It contains cherry extract from the orchards in Lubéron, France.

L'Occitane Fleur Se Cerisier eau de toilette packaging

The L'Occitane Fleur Se Cerisier eau de toilette has a beautiful, glass bottle with cherry blossoms embossed in the front. On the right side, the brand name, L'Occitane is embossed. The bottle has an interesting rounded shape on top and a bottom shaped as a parallelogram. The fragrance looks transparent like water, but it has a slight pink tone in it. The red straw is a nice touch, matching with the red words and the small red bow.

L'Occitane Fleur Se Cerisier eau de toilette bottle

L'Occitane Fleur Se Cerisier eau de toilette*, 50 ml.  
Top notes: Lemon, blackcurrant, and water melon
Middle notes: cherry blossom, violet, and rose
Base note: musk  
Other L'Occitane Fleur Se Cerisier products: Fragrance touch (the fragrance in the form of gel and in a lip gloss like tube), Shower milk, Moisturizing milk, and Hand cream.  

I especially like the top notes, as citrus and sweet fruity scents are my favorite. You can really distinguish the clean and fresh scent of the lemon, the sweetness of the blackcurrant, and the juicy watermelon as the last note. When the fragrance gets to the middle notes, I really like the light cherry blossom scent, but the violet and rose is a tad bit too overpowering for me. I don't know why, but the violet reminds me a bit of grass. So, it feels a bit like lying on a grass field with some roses nearby and smelling the subtle cherry blossom petals that swirl around. After lying down in the grass for a while, it feels as if you have gotten in the warm embrace of your boyfriend, as the musk (the base note) smells very manly.

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