Review: L’Occitane en Provence’s NEW Cèdre & Oranger Eau de Toilette for Men From La Collection de Grasse Has Refreshingly Unique Appeal!

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L’Occitane’s Cèdre & Oranger Eau de Toilette

Men take note!  L’Occitane en Provence
has added an exciting eau de toilette to their La Collection de Grasse
that deserves your attention.  Cèdre & Oranger that recently
launched late 2013 is what I consider a wonderful citrus aromatic fragrance for
those that are adventurous at heart by perfumer, Karine Dubreuil.

The fragrance has a freshness to it with an
underlying woodiness from top notes of orange, bergamot and pine needles. 
At the same time, there is an aquatic effect coming through due to a lifting of
the crisp citrus carrying the pine with it in the breeze, only that pine has
traveled far from the forest to the sea.  

As Cèdre & Oranger develops in the
heart with notes of spicy cardamom, red berries and Virginian cedar, the
fragrance does an exceptional job of stimulating the senses with a mint type of
coolness to it that is manly and full of energy.  This is intriguing, but a
confident mix, almost daring you to try to ignore it would be a waste of

In the base, Cèdre & Oranger takes on
a new depth that is so sexy.  Like a brooding hero, the fragrance begins to
taunt, smoldering with sensuality from notes of warming vetiver and musk.  

My guy was hooked immediately on this scent.  He described it as something different with that coolly refreshing twist to the woods and citrus, definitely classy. 

Though I am not a man, I loved my guy wearing Cèdre
& Oranger
because it was expertly crafted for today’s modern man with
how vibrant, but refreshing it was with a sensual undercurrent that was very

The 2.5 oz. bottle of Cèdre &
Eau de Toilette retails for $75.  The fragrance is also
available in After Shave Balm, Soap, and Shower Gel.  Do visit
L’Occitane en Provence
and check it out.


1 Comment

  1. Robin Wilson
    February 24, 2014 / 12:29 pm

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