Very strong over the top floral. Mimosa, jasmine, mandarin, tuberose. Yuk.
This is a screamer. Too sweet and very loud about it. It was barf inducing to me and it's like that when others wear this juice. Too much candy going on that I couldn't stand it! It's like a cheap candy shop. And boy, can you smell this sweet concoction from far, far away! Most of the gals I knew who wore this was a bit old. God, how they stank! If only they knew!
It must be my chemistry, but on me Delicious was heady and had a majorly bad jasmine note. I admit that some jasmines don't wear well on me, and this is one of the worst. Very brassy and loud.
If you can't try this in parfum, don't bother, but in parfum it is subtle and divine. If it weren't discontinued, I might wear it every day.
Delicious is Tresor on a very horribly bad day. Though the two have precious little in common compositionally, they're both generally fruity-floral orientals. And while I have some issues with Tresor, in general I think it's a quite nice scent. Delicious, on the other hand, is like a very un-delicious Tresor, just over-the-top ripe and reeking and bordering on a little rancid, I'm sorry to say. And just ridiculously loud on application, an invasive blow of mimosa, jasmine, tuberose and mandarin that smells like canned peaches. Everything in Delicious - and in Gale Hayman scents in general; don't even get me started on Delicious Feelings! - smells cheap to me, cheap and low-grade. Why this is the case, I don't know; the bottle and box look quality enough, but the ingredients in the juice just come off as el cheapo.