Caron • Eau de Reglisse • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||81%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Other
This beautiful, almost effervescent-smelling citrus has no discernible licorice to my nose, but it does smell like a hybrid between lemonade and Coca-Cola. If you love L'Aromarine Cola, you'll love Eau de Reglisse too, as they are incredibly similar.
Eau de Reglisse has, in my opinion, a nicer drydown than L'Aromarine Cola because it stays truer to the freshness of the top notes, whereas Cola fizzles out.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Fresh, green and lemony, drying down to hot ginger with a licorice undertone. I like this very much, even though itís also very odd. But I agree with previous reviewers, it doesn't last as long as I'd like and there's very little licorice in it. A summer fragrance without doubt.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
This new eau from Caron is more of a citrus than it is a licorice fragrance. Itís really nice and fresh without being too sweet because of the licorice. This licorice is but a serving suggestions, an original idea for a lemonade additive.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I'm odd man out with regards to Eau de Reglisse, I realize, but here goes: me no likey. I thought for sure I'd love this, too. I'm a big fan of Carons, new and old. And I love licorice. But this? Well, let me just say that it was so very sweet in a syrupy way that it almost gave me a cavity. And Reglisse just sits there on my skin; it doesn't budge and it changes very little from the opening. Being linear isn't a bad thing, but it would be nice if this juice did something. My apologies to all who love this. I'm sure your chemistry does it justice. On me, though, Eau de Reglisse is a colossal flop.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I got this in a swap. I would never expect to like "Liquorice" even if it is "by Caron"... But it smells of ginger too me, even at first. Nice stuff, don't be scared off.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
This was love at first sniff! I adore this one. Immediately bought a full size bottle. Soft and fresh.. yet a warm skin scent. No sharp edges but still sparkling and refreshing. I will most likely wear it all year round.
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I bought l'eau de reglisse unsniffed based on the reviews. It is rare that I order unsniffed and even rarer that I like the perfume but here, wow, I love it! It is a very unusual scent (very much young spirited) that does not really fit with the traditional Caron scents. It is definately a scent which appeals to a more broader public, not only Caron affectionados. I will not really be surprised if this does not end up integrating the regular line.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I really love this fragrance,
very nice in hot days, love the ginger in it.
I hope they will make it in a stronger concentration, sothat it will have some more staying power
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Brown
Eau de Reglisse is a new limited edition fragrance for 2006 from Caron. Fresh top notes of Aniseed, Liquorice Essence, Green Mandarin from Sicily and Verbena from Italy. Woody and Spicy middle notes of Liquorice Essence, Nutmeg from India, Ginger from Nigeria and Patchouli from Java. Woody and Musky Base Notes of Liquorice Essence, Vanilla and Musk.
Personal review to be added...
Age: 44-55 Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Green
According to the SA at Caron's flagship store in Paris , Eau de Reglisse could join Caron's regular line if it sells well enough. So go get some, if you can! As Miss Rocaille was a nod to the current fashion of light, fruity, effervescent scents, only infinitely better done than most, so Eau de Reglisse seems to be Caron's take on a gourmand scent. It's joyful, a light, fresh combination of licorice and something vaguely citrussy, verbena perhaps? A not too sweet, fresh arm-nibbler of a scent, which unfortunately disappeared from my skin within half a day. But in the evening, during the light exertion of a dance class, it resurfaced with the glorious, rich, completely unsweet smell of very dark chocolate. Beautiful!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
A delightful new limited edition summer fragrance from Caron, miles from their typical dark, complex and somewhat old-school style. As if to set it apart from the rest of the range, it comes in an ultraplain test tube of a bottle.
Top notes of aldehyde-amplified verbena and liquorice fizz like a sherbert fountain. The citrussy freshness lasts a respectable couple of hours before revealing a sweet vanillic base grounded by a discreet patchouli. There's not enough patchouli to scream 'hippie', but probably enough to annoy ardent patchouli-haters, so be warned.
This is what I'd hoped to find in Comme des GarÁons Sweet series in place of the baffling Barbie-wear it actually produced. A candy gourmand scent for grown-ups, but unlike most of this type, more day in the park than night at the opera.
If you like the idea of Aquolina's Pink Sugar but changed your mind when you smelled it, this would be a great alternative. And a fantastic bargain at £38 for 100ml (twice the size of most fragrances) too.