There's a prerelease of this year's Aqua Allegoria travel edition at some airports. Called Rosa Fizz, it replaces last year's Rosa Pop, which was a reissue of the successful Pivoine Magnifica from 2005.
We can't detect much of a difference between Fizz and Pop, but it sure is a wonderful, citrusy fruity-floral, designed to get you hooked the minute you sniff it from the tax-free shelf.
It's the first time that an Aqua Allegoria comes with the frosted bottle design, known from Les Eaux de Rituel. Unlike last year's travel edition though, the honeycomb mesh has not been removed. As this year's costly Muguet edition (circa 530 €) also features the frosted Aqua Allegoria bottle, it feels like rather bad timing to use it for a tax-free scent (64 €). At least Guerlain could have waited a couple of years to do so, or, better yet, found a more appropriate bottle for Muguet. Read more about Aqua Allegoria
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