Reviews and Problems with Cartier Delices de Cartier
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Cartier Declaration : Perfume Review
Bois de Jasmin
16 February 2006
Excerpt: My first encounter with Cartier Déclaration (1998) left me with a vivid memory of its dry woody accord, which starts on a radiant herbaceous note, then assume spicy warmth of cardamom and cumin and sustain its dryness over a cedarwood base. In comparison to the virile fougère types like Yves Saint Laurent Kouros and Guy Laroche Drakkar Noir , the elegant simplicity of Déclaration held my attention like a sincere compliment made without ulterior motives.
Excerpt: The perfume branch of the famous jewelry house Cartier has produced a number of unusual fragrances, from the animalic elegance of Must de Cartier to the ambery sensuality of Panthère . With Délices de Cartier , Cartier has entered the fruity-floral, gourmand domain previously underexplored by the house. As can be expected, the presentation is stunning, especially for the parfum.