Fleurs de Cerisier L`Eau by L`Occitane en Provence 2015

Hiya APJ crew,

We are coming to the end of 2014 and my friend Lesley at L’Occitane Australia has sent me a pack of their newest 2015 Limited Edition fragrance. Fleurs de Cerisier L`Eau basically translates as Cherry Blossom Water. I love that we are able to bring you the pre release of this

Fleurs de Cerisier L`Eau by L`Occitane en Provence 2015

Fleurs de Cerisier L`Eau L`Occitane en Provence FragranticaPhoto Stolen Fragrantica

Fragrantica gives these featured accords:
Top: Lemon, black currant, water melon
Heart: Cherry blossom, rose, orchid, white flowers
Base: Woodsy notes, musk

Fleurs de Cerisier L`Eau’s opening is sweet and tart, the lemon and black current combo is a very sassy, lip puckering, fruity, fizzzy fun experience, like a Sour Gum and all wrapped up in quite easily definable watermelon. I like it a lot. If the opening of Enchanted Forest by The Vagabond Prince was a little too screechy and urinous for you (I did not have this problem but there was plenty of cyber-chatter about it) then this could be your antidote, in Fleurs de Cerisier L`Eau the blackcurrant is tamed by its surrounds into a less ferocious beast, yet still it has some claws.

Fleurs de Cerisier L`Eau L`Occitane tokyo-cherry-blossom TokyoTimesPhoto Stolen TokyoTimes

The flowers in the heart are really a beautifully blended bouquet for me, they are pretty and fresh but no match for the fruits that linger well into the dry down, there is a very nice time in the heart of the fragrance when I am seriously reminded of eating cherries with my Mum when she would bring home a box from the market in January. We’d all sit in the kitchen and gorge ourselves on them. That bitter sweet bite through the skin into the soft magenta purple flesh that was so incredibly delicious and we’d keep eating till the box was empty, I don’t even remember if we saved some for Dad. About 3 hours later we’d all be hit with tummy cramps and the worst bout of diarrhoea but it was worth it. Ha Ha Ha! I’m laughing at the memory, the same thing would happen with plums in March and apricots in November. A general clean out.

Fleurs de Cerisier L`Eau L`Occitane Blackcurrant GeographUKPhoto stolen GeographUK

Anyway, the blackcurrant lasts all the way to dry down when the softly pretty wash of almost fragrance underneath it warms it slightly. I have to give L’Occitane points right now, they have made a super fresh, wearable blackcurrant scent without adding in the currently ubiquitous bakery notes, no vanilla, almond or pastry to be sniffed at all, COOLIO. Great longevity for something marketed as a L’Eau at between 4-5 hours, though only the first 3 hours are very fragrant, then the still fresh and slightly tart base hums along fading, fading…….

giveaway kbairdPhoto Stolen kbaird

Fleurs de Cerisier L`Eau GIVEAWAY


This week we will have 2 Winners:
50ml Fleurs de Cerisier L`Eau EdT (Sprayed for Testing)+ 250ml Fleurs de Cerisier L`Eau Shower Milk
30ml Fleurs de Cerisier L`Eau Hand Cream


Open to everyone worldwide who follows AustralianPerfumeJunkies via eMail, WordPress, Bloglovin or RSS. Please leave how you follow in the comments to be eligible. I must be able to check that you follow so if you have an email address on your gravatar that’s different to your follow address then please email me so I know. Yes, you can start following to enter, in fact it’s encouraged.

You must tell me how you follow APJ and whether you are AUSSIE or INTERNATIONAL


Tell us about a cherry or blackcurrant fragrance you love, or a L’Occitane product that you love.

Extra Chance?
Tweet:   L`Occitane Fleurs de Cerisier L`Eau GIVEAWAY   


Entries Close Thursday 1st January 2015 10pm Australian EST and winners will be announced in a separate post.
Winners will be chosen by random.org
The winners will have till Sunday 4th January 2015 to get in touch (portia underscore turbo at yahoo dot com dot au) with their address or the prize will go to someone else.
No responsibility taken for lost or damaged goods in transit.

29 thoughts on “Fleurs de Cerisier L`Eau by L`Occitane en Provence 2015

  1. I’m an Aussie and I’ve been pigging out on cherries today! I have the blackcurrant-fruity Feerie, which is very different from any other perfumes I’ve tried. Violet-sweet with a quality aura. I follow by email. 🙂


  2. I dont know any cherry blossoms scents off hand nor am I familiar with fragrances that feature the note. Looks like I need to get to sampling some!

    I really love L’Occitance Shea Butter Hand Cream .I follow APJ via email and wordpress. I am international. Thanks so much for the draw.


  3. Hi Portia,
    I follow by e-mail and bloglovin and am an International. I have a couple of cherry (blossom) favorites, Lolita by Sweet Anthem and Sakura by Olympic Orchids. Thank you for this draw!
    Azar xx


  4. I love the smell of Burberry, it lasts all day, and very unforgettable. I follow by email & Bloglovin – Thanks for the chance to win and try this fragrance.


  5. I adore L’Occitane and use their hand lotions all the time. I really would love to try their fragrances! Thanks for the opportunity 🙂 International and I follow by email, Bloglovin and Twitter 🙂


  6. I follow by email, and I think the only cherry blossom scent I have tried (and liked!) is Sakura from Olympic Orchids. Thank you, I am non-Aussie/international.


  7. Hi Portia – I follow by email and twitter and am international. I didn’t think that I had any cherry fragrances but I saw that Azar said something about Lolita by Sweet Anthem and I might have a sample of that somewhere… I’ll have to check it out. I do love L’Occitane’s shea butter hand and foot creams. Thanks for the draw:)!


  8. I’m from Spain (EU) and following via e-mail!
    Usually I hate cherry on my perfumes but I have to say that Ramon Monegal’s Cherry Musk is awesome, and he’s from Barcelona too!
    Thank you for the draw.



    • Sorry Helena you missed the cut off time. Winners already announced.
      Happy New Year.
      There will be another giveaway next week.
      Portia xx


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