Narciso Rodriguez’ newest scent, Narciso Eau de Toilette ($98 for 3.0oz; $79 for 1.6oz) is a lighter take on the woody-musk composition of the EDP that was released last fall. The bottle in black is similar to the Narciso EDP and the fragrance notes include Bulgarian Rose, Peony, Vetiver, Musk and White Cedar Extract.
The opening is softly floral when compared to the EDP which has gardenia that makes it a little more heady, while this one has prominent notes of Bulgarian Rose and Peony that make the opening a little more soft, toned down and feminine. The scent definitely is a less intense, daytime version of the EDP, yet strong enough to last almost the whole day. The dry down brings out the musk and vetiver and reminds me of a lot of other Narciso Rodriguez fragrances, which are undoubtedly beautiful, sophisticated scents for the fall and winter seasons. Overall, if you found the Narciso EDP a little strong and musk-heavy, the EDT is definitely a lighter, fresher take and one to try as a transitional scent or for the colder months ahead. The bottle design is very minimalistic and simple too.