Cartier Eau de Cartier Goutte de Rose ~ new fragrance

Cartier Eau de Cartier Goutte de Rose

Cartier has launched Eau de Cartier Goutte de Rose, a new flanker to 2001's Eau de Cartier. Goutte de Rose follows last year's Eau de Cartier Essence de Bois.

Created by Cartier in-house perfumer, Mathilde Laurent, Eau de Cartier Goutte de Rose is a bright and joyful fragrance, infused with the delicacy of a freshly picked garden rose.

Cartier Eau de Cartier Goutte de Rose is available in 100 and 200 ml Eau de Toilette. It can be found now at Saks Fifth Avenue.

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  1. Omega says:

    I really liked Essence d’Orange. Going to guess this will be better than DKNY’s A Drop of Rose?

    What are the notes of this one btw?

    • Robin says:

      Don’t know the notes, but join you in assuming this will beat Drop of Rose.

  2. amarie121 says:

    I like Cartier, love rose: a marriage of the two sounds interesting. As my local Saks closes Jan. 1, I’m assuming this will be hard to sample. Will it be released to Nordstrom or Neiman Marcus?

  3. Kristy says:

    did you end up trying this? I cant make up my mind what I think, it is such a simple yet pretty fragrance. At some points it smells like a fresh rose mixed with a small touch of baby lotion lol. Something about that must be appealing to the Mom in me because everytime I try it I keep smelling my wrist every few minutes. My daughter who is 7 adores it… I just do not know when I would wear it, its too “neat” for jeans and a tshirt but its too simple for when Im dressed up. Would be great on a nightgown but is it worth Cartier prices for that? LOL

  4. kelly 4 says:

    I just ordered a bottle if this. I think it would be great any time. I have had 3 people ask me about it. There comment was wow its just so pretty and feminine. I agree. I love it.

  5. jovejove says:

    Goutte De Rose is definitely more of a subtle, fruitier rose. It reminds me of the Chanel Chance Eau Tendre or Burberry Brit Sheer, but not as citrusy/fruity. It’s a bright, woodsy, pink floral. Feminine and elegant. Not a wow factor fragrance, but rather a safe one that you can turn to when you want something other than your signature scent or are unsure of what would best suit you for the day.

    Zeste Du Soleil is too citrusy for my taste. I feel like I’ve just eaten a mandarin or orange and the oils from the skin are still on my fingers, but can’t get rid of it. Not an unpleasant scent, but nothing I would want to wear on a regular basis. I’d reserve it more so as a getaway scent, for when you want to travel on vacation; it does have more of an uplifting quality to it, very energetic, but woodsy at the same time.

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