L'Occitane's latest fragrance release is Honey & Lemon / Miel & Citron. I am not sure if it is meant to replace their Honey Gentle Water, which I've heard is slated for discontinuation (just repeating a rumor, mind you, so take with a grain of salt). I know I've smelled the Honey Gentle Water, which is a favorite of many, but I hardly remember it. From what I do remember, it was a very soft honeyed floral, more like a body spray than a perfume.
The new Honey & Lemon is something else altogether, assuming my memory is at all on target. Honey and lemon are both present and accounted for; the honey is soft, the lemon is candied and nicely tart. But what Honey & Lemon is about, as much as anything, is vanilla and patchouli. This is a soft, vanillic gourmand, not too sweet and not at all heavy, with just a little wisp of lemon remaining past the top notes. The patchouli is very clean — there is hardly any earthiness to speak of — and there is a bit of sheer floral and musky woods.
I don't think it isn't likely to strike anyone as massively unique, but it is nice, and it will be in a whole range of body products (hand cream, body cream, shower gel, lip gloss, soap, sugar scrub) that might be worth checking out.
L'Occitane Honey & Lemon is available in 100 ml Eau de Toilette, and is $42. The lasting power, as is often the case for L'Occitane, is so-so. For buying information, see the listing for L'Occitane under Perfume Houses.
I still haven't tried any of the new Notre Flore fragrances from L'Occitane, please comment if you have!