How could anyone resist the Marc Jacobs Daisy Sorbet Minis! The sorbet editions are lighter, summer versions of existing fragrances – chances are that if you like the original version, the sorbets will be right up your street, too. They’re ‘dab-on’ EDTs so there’s no spritz element.Marc Jacobs Daisy Sorbet Minis
The set is all the Daisy variants in one box and if you don’t know the scent, it’s floral and fruity with a sweet overtone and uses wild strawberry, violet leaves and red grapefruit to freshen things up… actually rather a happy fragrance and it doesn’t get bogged down by vanilla, thankfully!
The bottles themselves are teeny-tiny at 4ml and the flowers are made of a kind of flexible, soft plastic – but they’re very vibrant and pretty. I spotted these at the World Duty Free press show and fell in love there and then. I might never use the fragrance (chances are I will, though) but these bottles are staying with me forever. I think I might have mentioned before that I’m a big fan of these mini fragrance collections for gifts – you can more or less only get them at airports – and they’re always a hit.
I think the set quite pricy at £40 even in World Duty Free, but I guess it depends on how strong your resistance is to those flowery bottles and whether the holiday good mood has gripped you yet!
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