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Déclaration L'Eau (2014)
by Cartier


Déclaration L'Eau information

Year of Launch2014
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 20 votes)

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PerfumerMathilde Laurent

About Déclaration L'Eau

Déclaration L'Eau is a masculine fragrance by Cartier. The scent was launched in 2014 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Mathilde Laurent

Déclaration L'Eau fragrance notes

Reviews of Déclaration L'Eau

Declaration L'Eau is a lighter version of the original Declaration, which can be a bit strong. It is bright and sunny, fruity and woody. The pepper gives it a spicy touch. It lasts a very long time on me. Perfect for summer days. I love it!!
24th March, 2018
Declaration in any form, even L'Eau, is tough for me to appreciate but my wife likes it, so I'll go with neutral. She says it reminds her of a nice spa smell.

L'Eau is lighter and fresher than the original Declaration but there's still plenty of peppery cumin in the opening along with the sour grapefruit/skittles top. Later, the skittles dies down and you're left with only the Declaration "BO" DNA. Even further into the drydown, the cumin goes away and what's left is floral and powdery fresh.

This seems very versatile. Suitable for all occasions and climates.

Projection is good and longevity is excellent on me, lasts all day and night.
12th January, 2018 (last edited: 13th January, 2018)
Quick review. This is really, really good! I started to find the original and essence versions getting a little too strong. I stopped wearing them after a while. This is a refreshing flanker that resets my love for the former two that I mentioned in a great way. I love the grapefruit and pepper combination added to the JCEllena DNA. Kudos to Mathilda Laurent for flawlessly adapting materials into something almost even better than the original. Certainly a better offering for the warmer months. And at $25-$35 for 3.4oz, this is a no-brainer.
23rd April, 2017
Just got a bottle of this wonderful potion recently.

Déclaration L'Eau takes the shrill spicy-woodiness of the original and douses it with a healthy dose of grapefruit and pepper. Simple, yet evokes reflection of a nice walk on a warm, clear, fresh sunny day, better suited for warmer weather in casual/informal settings.

If you are familiar with the original Déclaration by Cartier and would like a to experiene a nice toned-down version that with a nice aquatic touch, Déclaration L'Eau is the one to try...along the lines of its predecessor from several years back, Déclaration Bois Bleu, which is similar in many ways.
17th March, 2017 (last edited: 26th March, 2018)
a nice lighter, more fresh version of Declaration. the "dirty" notes from the regular, are replaced by fresh citrus and greapfruit. i still prefer the original, but this L`Eau version is also very nice. it`s one of the best flankers of Declaration. Perfect for spring and summer.
02nd January, 2017

DECLARATION L'EAU reveals a lighter,fresher form of seduction.subtle and dynamic,the fragrance reinterprets the territory of “fresh aromatics” and transports DECLARATION L]EAU in a world of modernity and freshness.Brightness,intensity,light glares, dazzle,perfection,attention to details,elegance are expressed through this other words: Bitter,Citrusy,Chic,Masculine,Vibrant and Versatile.

Fresh,citrus top notes of grapefruit are brightened with pink pepper.the dry down expands into the warm, elegant sensuality of energetic cedar,softened by musk and radiating self-assured masculinity.this compositions fresh yet spicy,with a aromatic facet to fit a relaxed,yet sopshiticated lifestyle. the aroma is uplifting and will definitely,get a positive reaction from others.Suitable for Everyday/ Office wear.

Sillage?Surprisingly nice for a aquatic.

Longevity?+5 hours on my skin.

28th July, 2015

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