In April, Caron is launching two new fragrances, Délir de Roses and Yuzu Man. Both fragrances are created by Richard Fraysse. Délir de Roses includes notes of jasmine, lily of the valley, lychee, lotus flower and rose. Despite the list of notes that reads like every other fruity-floral on the market, Délir de Roses is quite an interesting rose focused composition, with a pronounced gourmand accord. The fragrance is reminiscent of a Turkish delight confection scented with roses and almonds. Another addition to the roses trend this spring.
Yuzu Man is inspired by the Japanese citrus fruit, yuzu. “The brand explains that this Asian fruit ‘encapsulates all the wisdom of the Far East’. Although it is intended for men, the fragrance could also appeal to women who enjoy citrusy colognes or perfumes.” Yuzu Man includes notes of yuzu, lemon verbena, basil, fig, green notes, sandalwood and cedarwood. It will be sold as Eau de Toilette 2.5 and 4.2 oz. as well as deodorant 200 ml. Available via parfumscaron and osmoz.