This is a very soft, fruity-floral that it’s very nice but also it lacks a certain personality. Not bad at all, it’s very comfortable even at first spritz (peony, baie rose and litchi), moving onto a lighty sweeter basenotes (opponax, amber, sandalwood bourbon vanilla, light musk) in this case, I see intense pink roses sprinkled with a little white sugar that shines when put under the sun, with the added bonus of a very nice and heavy bottle, as is the case in almost all of the Lalique scents.
This is, I believe, the “youngest” scent in Lalqiue’s line of frags, and the one to get if you’re thinking of a gift for a person that likes soft rose scents.
Now, how this one differs from other limited editions and other pink frilly fruity florals? It’s difficult to say because of the lack of personality, but I can say that the logevity is better here than in most other scents in this category (but not the sillage) , another plus is that the rose smell is really nice and not fake nor candy-like, the litchi note smoothes out all the flowers and even if hedione is here, haters of this note would be happy to know that it’s not prominent at all.
The base is a very soft one as well, and all the notes intermingle with one another and the light musk is the one that keeps the other notes at the base at bay and in order, like a teacher in a class full of kids.
All in all, it is a very nice scent, but it’s No Holy Grail.