For Summer 2014 the well loved and already seemingly bitter Thierry Mugler Angel fragrance becomes that little sweeter and dare I say it mouth-wateringly brilliant in the form of Thierry Mugler Angel Eau Sucrée. Imagine all things sugar based and you won't go too far wrong.
This time around Thierry Mugler has taken inspiration from old school confectionery which is evident from the cute blue stripe packaging and subtle nod to sugar with the pearlescent star shaped bottle having a frosted finish that glimmers in the sunlight. The term like a kid in a cake shop springs to mind.
Being a Thierry Mugler offering Angel Eau Sucrée retains some of its original notes as well as combining three new additions: Red Berry Sorbet - juicy sun ripened raspberries combined with sugar. Caramelized Meringue - crisp with hints of vanilla and lastly individual notes of patchouli and vanilla to add both warmth and a floral kick. How would I describe Angel Eau Sucrée? Obviously it is sweet but that is a given, in my opinion the red berry note really prevails. It is fresh and fruity yet every now and then it is like you are wearing the original Angel fragrance which the almost chocolate notes of Angel creeping in. Summed up? A spray on sugar hit
When this launches on May 1st (£42/50ml) I urge you to test that at your local counter as it may be the Theirry Mugler fragrance that changes your opinion about the brand.
- This post contains a press sample.
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