My honest review of the new Le Beau Paradise Garden from Jean Paul Gaultier

Le Beau Paradise Garden (Jean Paul Gaultier)

My Full Fragrance Review:

Let’s explore “Le Beau Paradise Garden,” Jean Paul Gaultier’s latest 2024 release. Of course, I’m familiar with the preceding fragrances in the “Le Beau” collection. While I find the original “Le Beau” overly sweet and somewhat monotonous, “Le Beau Le Parfum” stands out as a distinctive men’s cologne. Its blend of sweet pineapple and coconut evokes the essence of a summer party, though it certainly caters to those with a taste for sweet scents.

In my opinion, the new “Paradise Garden” sits somewhere in between the two earlier versions.

Comparison: Le Beau Paradise Garden vs Le Beau Le Perfume

Quick Facts:

  • Scent Profile: fresh, fruity, sweet
  • Season: summer
  • Longevity: average
  • Occasion: dating, leisure time
  • Age Group: youthful
  • Price: $$
Testing the new Le Beau Paradise Garden

Final Thoughts:

Le Beau Paradise Garden can be described as a fresh, sweet-fruity perfume. Compared to the popular Le Beau Le Parfum, its sweetness is significantly toned down. This makes it a versatile choice, suitable for occasions beyond parties. Additionally, it’s notably fresher, an appealing trait for a summer fragrance. However, the most distinct difference lies in the fruity notes. Instead of the sweet Pina Colada vibe, Paradise Garden offers a blend of mint, fig, and a hint of light coconut water. Overall, this new entry doesn’t stand out as much as the former Le Parfum and leans towards a more mainstream appeal—fresh, sweet, and subtly fruity. Personally, I prefer Le Beau Le Parfum over the new Paradise Garden due to its unique character.

Men, Jean Paul Gaultier - Le Beau Paradise Garden (Jean Paul Gaultier)

Peter Krück

@olfactoryambition

Le Beau Paradise Garden can be described as a fresh, sweet-fruity perfume. Compared to the popular Le Beau Le Parfum, its sweetness is significantly toned down. This makes it a versatile choice, suitable for occasions beyond parties. Additionally, it’s notably fresher, an appealing trait for a summer fragrance. However, the most distinct difference lies in the fruity notes. Instead of the sweet Pina Colada vibe, Paradise Garden offers a blend of mint, fig, and a hint of light coconut water. Overall, this new entry doesn’t stand out as much as the former Le Parfum and leans towards a more mainstream appeal—fresh, sweet, and subtly fruity. Personally, I prefer Le Beau Le Parfum over the new Paradise Garden due to its unique character.

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