Neroli (1981)
    by Czech & Speake


    • Launched: 1981
    • Type: Shared / Unisex / Unspecified
    • Availability: In Production
    • Perfumer: John Stephen
    • Bottle Designer: Unknown - Let us know




    Neroli Fragrance Notes

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    I love this smell, it's one of the most delicious things I know. Sadly, it fades extremely quickly for me, so I'm not sure if I can justify getting it myself.

    27 March, 2013

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    AlHamr
    United Kingdom United Kingdom

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    I'm getting fonder and fonder of this. It's fantastic for hot climes, to beat the oppressive humidity that stops you getting going in the morning, and for a quick spritz during the day.

    Despite its fresh, citrusy bitterness, it doesn't fall into classic barbershop territory. The floral note is too pronounced and etherial for that and it packs real depth and a touch of dirtyness, which come from the cumin and animalic notes.

    Linear and not a long laster, but a great performer when you want something floral but still very masculine.

    16 November, 2012

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    giuspa
    Italy Italy

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    A good bitter orange eau de cologne; it starts with a strong taste of orange flowers, and it remains on your skin for one or two hours, but vanishing rather soon; it's a good summer fragrance, anyway.

    14 October, 2012 (Last Edited: 27 October, 2012)

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    ferdinand_the_imposter
    United Kingdom United Kingdom

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    The king of Neroli, and possibly the most underrated scent on the market.

    Forget Hermes Eau d'Orange Vert (if fades after 11 seconds anyway), and Tom Ford's Neroli (this is half the price, and it's still not cheap.)

    Although I take the point about the ying-yang dry-down.




    1 All taste is personal.
    2. Smell is probably the most subjective of all five senses.
    3. Try before you buy. (On paper first, then skin.)

    10th October, 2012 (Last Edited: 13 October, 2012)

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    bFlay
    United States United States

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    Intensely orange and floral opening which softens from the bitter ends of citrus notes to a brighter, fruity orange quality upon dry down. There is a questionable and intriguing rose and oak scent beneath the citrus that keeps this interesting throughout a very long wear - lasts 8+ hours on skin. Quite nice and truly "unisex" fragrance.

    26 September, 2012

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    Oh_Hedgehog
    United Kingdom United Kingdom

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    Blossom and zest, indoles and sweat, a dab of the usual C&S civet, and a musky ylang-ylang drydown. A little soapy for me, but nonetheless a decent exploration of what neroli has to offer.

    07 July, 2012

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