L’Occitane en Provence’s Cerisier Rouge Eau Intense Is a New Fragrance on My Fragrance Hit Parade! (Review)

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L’Occitane en Provence’s Cerisier Rouge Eau Intense

Currently topping the charts on the Nuts 4 Stuff new fragrance hit parade is from L’Occitane en Provence with Cerisier Rouge Eau Intense, an enchanting ode to cherries everywhere. This fruity-floral created by talented perfumer, Karine Dubreuil, is so sparkling fresh in a delightful sweet combo of fruits and flowers that it takes the cherry scent in a new direction with just the precise balance of fresh to sweet. 

This fragrance sparkles as it opens with top notes of lemon, orange, and ripe blackcurrant dripping those ripe, sweet juices over the citrus.  The result is a bright and uplifting fruity sweetness, which is an ideal prelude to what follows in the heart.

With notes of raspberry, red cherry and wild lilies of the valley, Cerisier Rouge Eau Intense exudes femininity.  This enchanting heart is where you can lose yourself to romance. You want to abandon yourself to this feeling and run swiftly toward it.  Instead, this fragrance treads softly with ladylike grace and elegance that elevates it among other cherry scents.

As this fragrance dries down in the base, I love how Cerisier Rouge Eau Intense can almost seduce on the spot.  Slowly, it entices with notes of heliotrope, white musk, and olive tree that lend to its carefully orchestrated, sexy appeal.

If you love cherry fragrances, but are bored with ones that are too sweet, too tart, or too floral, then take it from this perfumista, Mary B., Cerisier Rouge Eau Intense is what you should be looking into.  I consider it a clean, red juicy cherry fragrance of sheer magic that I wish was sold in a larger bottle instead of the 1.7 fl.oz. ($50).  Hint, hint, L’Occitane en Provence!



  1. Tracy Cotton Pickin Cute
    June 19, 2014 / 7:48 am

    That's such a pretty bottle Mary. I' wish I could smell it. From your description is sounds divine! L’Occitane has always had the best products. Now if only someone would gift me a bottle. 🙂

  2. Mary B. (Nuts4Stuff)
    June 19, 2014 / 11:21 am

    Hi Tracy,Just imagine cherries that come alive–fresh but still floral. I just love it!

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