Cranberry (2011)

Cranberry by Marc Jacobs
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Cranberry is a perfume by Marc Jacobs for women and men and was released in 2011. The scent is fruity-fresh. It was last marketed by Coty.

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Richard Herpin

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamot, Cranberry, Mandarin, Pink grapefruit
Heart Notes Heart NotesHoneysuckle, Ginger blossom, Ozone,
Base Notes Base NotesWoods, Musk, Vetiver



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The Platonic Form of the Fruity-Floral Frag
Marc Jacobs CRANBERRY smells like a lot of different recent fruity-floral fragrances rolled together. I don't mean to say that it smells like a mess--it does not. But it smells very familiar. Rather sweet and fruity, rather abstract and floral. Pretty much linear, and totally inoffensive. I actually think that this Cocktail Splash, which comes in a 10oz jug, is better than both DAISY and LOLA, which I suppose is fairly faint praise, but the important point is that if anyone out there is shopping for a fruity floral, you may as well pick up a life-time supply for the price of 50ml of the recent edp launches from this house. CRANBERRY is labeled as eau de toilette (not a cologne, as one might have surmised from the size of the bottle), and it has pretty good longevity and medium sillage.

Interestingly enough, I was just wearing Ellen Tracy TRACY this afternoon, which was also composed by Richard Herpin, who I believe also composed BADGLEY MISCHKA, among other well-liked perfumes. So there is some competence behind this launch, my friends, and although it's not a great perfume, it smells just fine if fruity-floral happens to be your heart's desire. I would not, however, say that this smells like cranberry. To me it smells like the Platonic Form of the Fruity-Floral Frag, to which many other mainstream launches aspire but fail because they are made too cheaply and fall apart and end up smelling stinky. This one does not. But do not purchase CRANBERRY thinking that it will be a tart cologne, for you will be disappointed. CRANBERRY is no more and no less than a friendly fruity-floral frag.

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