Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Marc Jacobs Daisy Sorbet Limited Edition Fragrances

Marc Jacobs Daisy Sorbet Review

Without a doubt, Marc Jacobs' Daisy range has to be my favourite collection of perfumes, with many of them being my go-to scents. I now own five of the Daisy fragances; Daisy, Daisy Dream, Daisy Eau So Fresh Delight as well as the two brand new limited edition additions to the Daisy range; Daisy Sorbet and Daisy Sorbet Eau So Fresh. And these two brand new Daisy perfumes certainly do not disappoint.

Marc Jacobs Daisy Sorbet EDT

Marc Jacobs Daisy Sorbet EDT* £44.99 (RRP £52)
First of all, let me just get this statement out of the way; how pretty are these bottles?! Like every Marc Jacobs fragrance, the packaging is absolutely beautiful and I love the fact that they have carried the Spring Sorbet theme throughout the design. Not only have they used stunning shades on the trademark Daisy flowers but there has also been careful consideration taken when it comes to the colours of the perfumes themselves.
If you are a fan of the original Daisy perfume then I have a feeling that you will simply adore the Sorbet revamp of the classic scent. With notes of pink grapefruit, Wisteria and Cedarwood, Daisy Sorbet has a perfect blend of fruitiness and florals. Compared to the Eau So Fresh, as featured below, Daisy Sorbet has a much stronger fragrance and as a result is considerably more long-lasting but that's not to say that I'm not completely besotted with both Daisy Sorbet perfumes.

Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau So Fresh EDT

Marc Jacobs Daisy Sorbet Eau So Fresh EDT* £47.99 (RRP £56)
After trying the Daisy Eau So Fresh Delight EDT last summer (review here) and wearing it almost non-stop over the warmer months, I was incredibly excited to discover that the Eau So Fresh fragrance was to be given a Sorbet twist this year. And here it is!
Out of the two Sorbet scents, the Eau So Fresh fragrance is definitely my favourite. It's just so fresh, light and uplifting. It's floral without being too overpowering and what I really adore about this scent is the fact that when you first spray it you get a fantastic fruity burst but as it dries down the creamy musk note of this fragrance becomes all the more prominent. Despite being an EDT, the staying power is seriously impressive with this fragrance. Even after around six hours I could still smell this perfume and the amount of people who asked what fragrance I was wearing definitely makes me think that I'm onto a winner with this scent. I have a feeling that this will surely become my go-to perfume this Spring/Summer.

Marc Jacobs Daisy Sorbet Perfume

Which Marc Jacobs fragrance is your favourite? Have you smelled either of the Daisy Sorbet scents yet? If so, what do you think of them?


No comments

Post a Comment

Thank you for taking the time to leave me a comment. I really appreciate, read and reply to every single one of them. If you would rather contact me via twitter (@ellistuesday) or by email ( then I will get back to you as soon as I can.

© Ellis Tuesday | All rights reserved.
Blog Layout Created by pipdig
Privacy Policy