Eau de Cartier   Zeste de Soleil

The opening is clearly dominated by the yuzu/lemon, with a whiff of added spritz.

In the drydown the passion-fruitiness blends with a fresh mint, but over time the fruity note took centre stage and the freshness was replaced by a fruity blanket that was never really egregiously sweet.

I get moderate sillage, adequate projection and four hours of longevity on my skin.

A fresh summery scent not without an original touch but not particular impressive. The performance is not great but it is within expectations of a citrus-based creation. Solid and executed well without very much more.   3.25/5.