L'Occitane • Cherry EDT ltd ed. 2008 • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||83%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I recently bought a bottle of this as I had the cherry blossom solid, wanted a spray but something a bit fruitier than the cherry blossom spray and i wasn't disappointed. I don't find this artificial at all.
Its sweeter and more fruity than I expected, especially at first, but dries to a lovely scent, lasts longer (I felt) than the cherry blossom spray and layers well with the cherry blossom solid.
I would buy again, shame its only a limited edition.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Cherry isn't terrible, but it isn't interesting either. I'm surprised that no else thought this smelled synthetic. This is limited edition and is very forgettable.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I had been looking for a nice cherry fragrance for the longest time, then my sister finally surprised me with this for my birthday a month ago.
This is my favorite cherry scent so far - I swear, I've tried at least a dozen brands.
It starts off with a fruity accord, and for the first five minutes that's about all I can smell - cherries, cherries and cherries.
But then the scent gradually morphs into a well-balanced fruity floral. In the drydown I can smell cherries, soft cherry blossom and stems. In other words, it's the original version + cherries.
It isn't nearly as sweet as I thought, and that's why I adore this fragrance.
The lasting power is great for a fruity floral - about 5 hours on my skin - and the bottle is absolutely gorgeous!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Wonderful scent, smells like fruits, very sweet, yet not overwhelming. As the bottle says - "the softness of a single summer" =)
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Very Oily, Tan Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
My favorite so far. It's fruity both at first and on the drydown, and it never smells synthetic. When it dries down a little, floral notes are apparent, but I love how it just smells like cherries taste. It feels like you're out on a fruit picking expedition, you just smell like an orchard.
I would buy again.. I should buy again, as it's limited edition and, well, it'll disappear when all the L'Occtane's are out of stock. Its lasting power isn't fabulous though, but maybe its me- no perfume I wear really lasts longer then maybe 4 hours. I personally lotion my pulse points a while before and spray at my destination. It lasts longer that way, but then I'm anal about how I smell.
Its a fabulous perfume, worth regular distribution. More so then the new Cherry Blossom far as I'm concerned. 4 lipsticks for the short lastingness.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I was sent a sample of this limited edition EDT 'Cherry' or Cerisier' by L'Occitane, and I'm seriously considering purchasing a full bottle. It's a fruitier version of the the original Cherry Blossom and opens with very delicious fruity sweet cherries. This gradually disappears and settles into the original scent - a soft and gentle floral which is pleasant and wearable. I actually prefer this alot more to the original version, however, they do have the same drydown and I cannot justify spending another GBP30.00 on a 100ml bottle when I've hardly used my last bottle. They come in identical glass bottles but with a different sticky label on the front, and the liquid is a slightly brighter pink. If I hadn't already purchased Cherry Blossom I wouldn't hesitate buying Cherry. L'Occitane have also launched a 'Fragrant Tounch' perfume gel (GBP13.00 for 7.5ml) which comes in a tiny portable vial so that you can dab on pulse points throughout the day, but given that I also have the solid perfume, I don't think I'll be purchasing the gel.