L'Occitane is an amazing brand and for the holidays they released a collection together with Pierre Hermé. You know, Pierre Hermé, the "Picasso of pastry". (Oh the things he makes, yum!) I was very curious about this collaboration and I'm telling you everything about one of the scents today.
The bottle looks quite unique, it's shaped like a cookie by Olivier Baussan. I personally really like the bottle, it's simple yet chic. Very L'Occitane.
There are three fragrances and they are all named after the key ingredients: Pamplemousse Rhubarbe (grapefruit-rhubarb), Jasmin Immortelle Neroli (jasmine-immortelle-neroli) and Miel Mandarine (honey-mandarin). The scent I'm showing you today is Jasmin Immortelle Neroli.
Top notes: lemon, pink pepper
Heart notes: jasmine, immortelle, neroli
Base notes: musk, woodsy notes
On the box: "When jasmine, immortelle and neroli come together...
A harmony full of contrasts, from exquisitely light to delicious rich.
Fresh and delicate neroli flaunts an irresistible lightness,
lit up by warm and vibrant immortelle from Corsica.
Accompanied by silky jasmine, they reveal a scent that is absolutely feminine
ans surprisingly, utterly sensual."
L'Occitane - Jasmin Immortelle Neroli / Pierre Hermé collection (€55 for 75ml)
I can really smell the jasmin and neroli in this fragrance. It's quite special. It smells similar to 'Neroli', one of the My Happy Soaps. It has that flowery scent, with some woodsy tones. This EDT is great for ladies who are looking for something raw. It's a very pure fragrance.
Have you ever tried anything from L'Occitane?