Caron Delir de Roses and Yuzu Man : New Fragrances

Delir Yuzuman

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.

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7 Comments

  • Marle: Rose, almond, gourmond? I thought we had all saturated ourselves with the loukoum craze. April 22, 2011 at 10:33am Reply

  • Felicia H: Two new wonderful additions to the Caron collection. Perfect for this time of the year. April 22, 2011 at 8:52am Reply

  • dee: Ah, I love Turkish Delight! To eat, that is 🙂

    I did really like Traversee du Bosphore, but I did not like Keiko Mercheri’s Loukhum… so I guess it’s hit or miss for me. And I still haven’t tried the new Caron “ouds”! The shop that carries Caron that I frequent did not have them the last time I visited. I do hope that they will have all the new releases next time I’m in. April 22, 2011 at 11:43am Reply

  • Victoria: I think that a citrus fragrance is very appropriate for the summer, although I have a hard time connecting Caron and yuzu. April 22, 2011 at 6:20pm Reply

  • Victoria: Apparently, not yet! 🙂 April 22, 2011 at 6:21pm Reply

  • Victoria: That Keiko Mecheri fragrance is among my least favorite perfumes, mostly because it gives it an awful migraine. I simply cannot get it off my skin!

    Caron boutique in the US still does not have them either, but the one in Paris does. I do not understand their marketing strategy. I also hear that one of the ouds will be renamed and relaunched. April 22, 2011 at 6:23pm Reply

  • Jenna: Hello ladies,
    I handle the PR here in the US for Caron. Just a quick update: Delire de Roses just launched in May and Yuzu Man will not be available until the Fall. The Oud indeed is being re-worked (still called Secret Oud) and will be available in the US for Holiday 2011. Plaza Beauty in NYC will have the exclusive in November and all will be available at the Caron boutique at Phyto Universe on 58th and Lex. Thank you for following the brand! Please note that the US typically launches products 6mos-one year later than Europe. June 5, 2011 at 10:08pm Reply

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