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Neroli information

GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 25 votes)

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About Neroli

Neroli is a shared / unisex perfume by Profumum.

Neroli fragrance notes

Reviews of Neroli

Profumum Neroli is one of the more interesting takes on a neroli-dominant scent that I've had the pleasure to sample lately. It smells of not only the general idea of neroli, but also of a hearty petitgrain that provides a raw earthiness to complement the usual brightness of the neroli vibe, made possible via the inclusion of orange blossom (it's not clear if neroli is actually a listed note, or, if like Orangea, it smells like orange blossom without actually having orange blossom in it).

It's a fine performer, on par with most of the warm-weather Profumum offerings, but a hard sell for me at the usual $250 due to the lack of superlative strength or scent.

Tom Ford Neroli Portofino Forte remains the king neroli for me, and while much more exorbitantly priced itself, I still find it more worthwhile than an entry like Profumum's Neroli. Still, Profumum's is a worthy take on the concept--worthy of sampling, for sure.

7 out of 10
06th July, 2017
I have been hitting the nerolis and orange blossoms pretty hard this summer.
The Profumum starts with a near perfect pure neroli+petitgrain. About 60-90 minutes in, a mild myrrh scent comes up underneath, adding a touch of sweetness and a gentle orange soda or lemon soda vibe. It sounds sweeter than it really is. The scent has moderate projection, tapering very gradually to mild, and, as you would expect for extrait level concentration, its a long distance runner.

I like it. I prefer Neroli Portofino, but there is room in the rotation for this one, too. Nice summer scent.
12th July, 2014
lf l could give separate ratings for the top & base notes of this fragrance, the former would get a big thumbs up, the latter a firm thumbs down. lt begins how l expect orange blossom to smell; fresh, sharp & yet sweet, evocative of blue skies & sunshine. lt warms on the skin & becomes more floral & slightly woody, & l'm thinking; "could this be love?" But then, a wierd metallic note kicks in, just as Mimi describes, & completely ruins it for me. ls that the myrrh? Or is it an overdose of synthetic neroli? Either way, l can't ignore it, & l'm thankful that it's all over after 3 hours.
03rd February, 2011
bokaba Show all reviews
United States
The opening is wonderful with a whack of natural neroli oil very similar to the much lauded Czech & Speake. However, unfortunately, the neroli gives way to a soapy heart and somewhat animalic base. The base is a good contrast, but the soap is too strong. If only Profumum Roma had concentrated on natural oils instead of using artificial fixatives to boost it to an eau de parfum.
07th January, 2011
Well there you go just never know when you will absolutely despise a fragrance even if it sounds enticingly good . Profumum Neroli is a strange creature for me- it starts out with a bright citrus note- promising ,very italian, then in comes a realistic rich orange blossom . However, it 's all the way down hill from there and frankly, I feel sick . This takes on a medicinal tone as the orange blossom gets less pronounced. Maybe it is the woods and myrrh .It's truly a horrible smell - kind of 'irony' in scent and 'off' . I cannot stand the drydown of this perfume.
Strange, stale irony scent .
20th April, 2010
Dr Mu Show all reviews
United Kingdom
This is like the Monty Python Viking Cafe: neroli, neroli, neroli, baked beans, neroli and neroli. Oh sorry, baked beans are off, you can have extra neroli instead.
01st February, 2010

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