Cerisier Rouge : An Intense & Delicate New Fragrance From L'Occitane

Notice to all women eager to see the return of spring. L’Occitane, has just created Cerisier Rouge. The new fragrance from the Cherry Blossom range is an ‘intense’ fragrance, both feminine and romantic.
By Justine Fiordelli

To get 2014 off to a good start, L’Occitane gambled on the new by expanding its successful Cherry Blossom range. The latest arrival? Cerisier Rouge, an intense eau de parfum that is both floral and fruity. This new fragrance wants to be close to L'Occitane's world and personality. Indeed the sent is inspired by the city of Grasse, the perfume capital.

Climbing a ladder, picking red cherries directly from the tree, an after-school snack taken directly in the fields... L'Occitane remembers these "magic" moments, which served as a source of inspiration for creating the perfect balance achieved in Cerisier Rouge.

A winning formula, as Cerisier Rouge has established itself as a very successful "gourmet, intense, and feminine fragrance" that has the privilege of appealing to women from all backgrounds. Its secret? The subtle blend of lemon, orange and blackcurrant top notes, the sweetness of red cherry, raspberry and wild lily of the valley for heart notes, and the sensuality of olive wood, heliotrope and white musk as base notes. A combination of scents that encourage romance and fantasy.

Cerisier Rouge : An Intense & Delicate New Fragrance From L'Occitane
Perfume Cerisier Rouge

Cerisier Rouge : an intense and feminine fragrance which contains red cherry, raspberry, musk and wild lily of the valley

Photography : L'Occitane en Provence

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