Fresh Sugar Lychee:
Thread: Desperately Seeking Litchi
I fell in love with the fruity note of litchi
i fell in love with Liz Claiborne Realities Sweet Desire
and Dolce and Gabanna The One l'eau
so can you suggest me an good Litchi perfume
that is Dominent of that note
Fresh Sugar Lychee:
Chloe by Chloe, has litchi but it really isn't one of my favorites
Fantasy by Britney Spears
Rose de Siwa by MDCI Parfums
Idylle by Guerlain, one of my favorites
Elle by Yves Saint Laurent, another favorite
Emporio Armani Diamonds by Giorgio Armani
Burberry Brit Sheer by Burberry
J'Aime by La Perla
Miracle by Lancome
Rose The One by Dolce and Gabbana
All have litchi in the top notes
L'Artisan Dzongkha has lychee in the top notes.
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I believe you might enjoy Molinard's NIRMALA.
It starts off with juicy levantine fruits which may
not include Lychee, but smell as if they ought to
(if you get my meaning!)
Also try Elle (YSL), Look by Vera Wang, Midnight Poison
(Dior) and the new Chloe.
Last edited by kewart; 26th August 2010 at 07:51 AM.
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Coco Mademoiselle by Chanel.
There's also :
The Body Shop's Fleur de Litchi
L'Artisan's Ananas Fizz (doesn't have too much ananas and has a good dose of litchi)
Anna Sui's Light of Fancy
Diane Von Fursternberg's D
N.Ricci's Love by Nina
that's a tricky note because most scents have the note mostly on the top notes and a few haven them on the heart and it would be best to check the ones on the heart as usually the top notes are fleeting.
I agree - litchi is tricky. Fragrantica lists over 150 fragrances that list it in the fleeting topnotes, and in my experience it's a very delicate note anyway. However, FlowerParty by Yves Rocher has it in its heart and I can testify to the discernable litchiness of it. Also, Estee Lauder's Pleasures Exotic has a lot of litchi, and since it's EL it's quite long-wearing. Squeeze by Lily Pulitzer also has a nice litchi note, but it's competing with grapefruit and grapefruit usually wins.
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I just noticed Demeter has a scent called Lychee: