Imagine a collaboration between L’Occitane and the famous pastry chef, Pierre Hermé. All sweet, unpredictable and gourmet. Beautifully crafted scents from the latest L’Occitane Pierre Hermé limited edition are complex, savoury, sweet, bitter and citrusy at the same time. All three lines from the collection are inspired by the brand founder Olivier Baussan and Pierre Hermé’s common love of the Island of Beauty, Mediterranean Corsica. Jasmin-Immortelle-Neroli is the most feminine one, it’s floral with top notes of petit grain, pink peppercorn and lemon leading to a heart of jasmine, immortelle flower, neroli and orange blossom, while the base features white woods, amber and musk. Pamplemousse-Rhubarb is an unisex fruity scent that opens on top notes of grapefruit, rhubarb, lemon and cypress. The heart consists of clove, nutmeg and lavandin, while the base rests on cedarwood and vetiver. Last but not least, Miel-Mandarine is an hesperidic-sweet gourmet combination that will be a perfect choice for all the lovers of (more) traditional winter scents. Tantalizing my nose and teasing my palate L’Occitane rests on the top of my beauty list with this latest collection.