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There are three different L’Occitane Rose fragrances from L’Occitane En Provence. This article reviews each and explains what each smells like.

PerfumeReleaseFragrance Notes
L’Occitane Rose2018Rose, Lychee, Raspberry, Violet
L’Occitane Rose Calisson2020Rose, Almond, Orange Blossom
L’Occitane Rose Jasmin2022Jasmine, Rose

L’Occitane Rose Eau de Toilette

The original L’Occitane Rose Eau de Toilette is the freshest rose in the brand’s range. It’s a classic fresh Rose scent accompanied by a touch of a sour Lychee and fresh Raspberry. There is also a hint of Violet which keeps the scent undeniably feminine.

Lychee and Raspberry are often combined with rose, as in Mugler Angel Nova and Carolina Herrera Very Good Girl.

L’Occitane Rose Calisson Eau de Toilette

L’Occitane Rose Calisson Eau de Toilette is the heaviest in the range, indicated by its dark pink bottle. The heavier Rose note is made sweet with the scent of Calissons d’Aix; a traditional almond half candy half biscuit originating from Aix in Provence.

Initially there is a noticeable Orange Blossom and Nectarine scent alongside Rose. However, this is soon replaced by a sweet almond rose vibe reminiscent of Rose flavoured Turkish Delight.

There are accompanying body products scented with L’Occitane Rose Calisson which provide a heavier rose scent than the original L’Occitane Rose products.

L’Occitane Rose Jasmin Eau de Toilette

The most recent scent and Limited Edition is L’Occitane Rose Jasmin Eau de Toilette.

This perfume is appropriately named because I find the scent to be 50/50 between Jasmine and Rose. This makes it quite different to the previous two Rose scent; it’s more floral and would appeal to Jasmine fans.

I love the floral packaging and opaque baby pink bottle. Again, accompanying body products have been released in Limited Edition.

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Sophie is the perfume enthusiast behind Soki London. She reviews the latest perfumes and entire perfume ranges on her YouTube channel and website.