Dior Pure Poison was launched in 2004, created by Carlos Benaim, Dominique Ropion and Olivier Polge (that is an all-star set of perfumers on that). It is more of a white floriental, cooler, a more modern version of the original Poison.
Notes of sweet orange, Calabrian bergamot, Sicilian mandarin, orange flower, jasmine sambac, gardenia, sandalwood, white amber and musk make up Christian Dior Pure Poison eau de parfum.
From Basenotes - "Pure Poison has it all. It opens with a refreshing and zesty orange, mandarin and bergamot blend and mellows into a beautiful, almost soapy but divine floral bouquet before drying down into a rich, creamy and ultra-feminine jasmine, amber and woods."
From Makeup Alley - "I get so many compliments when I wear this, I don't normally purchase the same perfume more than once but I will make an exception for this bottle."