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Orphée (1998)
by Maxims

Orphée information

Year of Launch1998
GenderMasculine
AvailabilityIn Production
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About Orphée

Orphée is a masculine fragrance by Maxims. The scent was launched in 1998

Orphée fragrance notes

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Reviews of Orphée

Smells like an amped-up version of a scent I don't like: Caron Pure. The opening reminds me of champagne but with green and herbal undertones. This green quality intensifies as the scent progresses until it ends up smelling like a bunch of plants! I got barely any watermelon at all. Smelled sour and perfumy. I had been expecting a refreshining, almost gourmand watermelon and was seriously disappointed. Ecch!!
21st June, 2012
Griff Show all reviews
United States
Hard-to-find but worth the effort, Orphee is unlike anything else. A refined version of that irresistable smell of watermelon bubblegum you can occasionally detect at supermarket checkout counters. Wait. That sounds cheap. Orphee is much better than that.

The fresh, clean, sweet bite of watermelon. Nothing less, nothing more.

24th December, 2007
Words Show all reviews
United States
Watermelon at it's best! A much better version of Kenneth Cole's Reaction. Just take out the Sour Apple note and add 3-4 more hours of longevity and you have Orphee. A definite winner for the Summer months!
05th December, 2006 (last edited: 11th April, 2008)
Spony Show all reviews
United States
Terrific light, aromatic fragrance; great for spritzing in large doses. Reasonably long lasting with the watermelon detectable throughout. Best in summer, a scent that is cooling and dry at the same time.
21st September, 2006

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