I’m probably about two years behind everyone else on this, but I’ve only just had my first sniff of Marc Jacob’s first fragrance ‘Daisy’. I remember when it was first launched and drooled over the beautiful and original bottle – a design that’s become iconic to Marc’s fragrance range. As someone who loves a light, fresh scent it’s silly that I didn’t try this before, because it was love at first sniff.
Daisy features top notes of wild strawberry, violet leaves and ruby red
grapefruit, heart notes of violet, jasmine and gardenia, and base notes of
vanilla infusion, musks and white woods. It’s fresh and delicately floral, with hints of citrus that really give the impression of a freshly picked daisy. The flower itself doesn’t actually have a scent of it’s own (fact of the day) but Marc Jacobs has done a great job at en-capturing what people imagine the little white flower to smell like.
And the bottle. Just look at the bottle… (Drools again.)
Available at all good perfume retailers. RRP £45.00 for 50ml and £56.00 for 100ml