Cerisier en Fleurs is one of the latest releases from "The Naturals" line of fragrances from Fragonard. The Naturals are very reasonably priced in France at €18 for a 100 ml bottle, but shipping to the United States basically doubles the price. When Fragonard recently ran a €10 shipping special, I disregarded (again!) my own never-buy-unsniffed rule to split a bottle of Cerisier en Fleurs with a friend.
The notes for Cerisier en Fleurs are cherry blossom, cherry, orange blossom, iris, and musk. It starts out as a sparkling blend of cherry and white flowers with a touch of light citrus. It dries down to a lightly powdery floral with hints of fruit and a smooth white musk base with possibly some sandalwood. It is very delicate, almost demure, and has a fresh, spring-like feel.
Cerisier en Fleurs is a pretty fragrance, and I have tested it several times now in the hopes that it would grow on me, but it isn't happening. It simply isn't me. I should mention that I have shared samples of this with several people, all of whom like it considerably more than I do. Reminder to self: don't buy unsniffed. Ever. Of course, included in the order was a sample of their new Fleur d'Oranger, which based on a quick sniff will probably turn out to be the fragrance that I should have ordered. (Update: as it turned out, I didn't love that one either)
The Fragonard Naturals fragrances are all Eaux de Toilette, and come packaged in refillable 100 and 200 ml glass bottles. There is also a 600 ml aluminum refill bottle, which is very economical at €45.
For buying information, see the listing for Fragonard under Perfume Houses.