I find the central orange-leather-iris accord pretty delightful, juicy, not overly sweet and pretty realistic but the whole fragrance fails to coalesce into something outstanding. There's a generic/boring woody-musky thing going on in the base plus the juice feels extremely weak even for an eau de cologne. When it comes to lighter takes on orange-based colognes, there are boatloads of better alternatives out there. From Orange Sanguigne to Cologne Bigarade via Eau D'Orange Verte and Eau De Tarocco.
Orange subtle leather smoothness is the essence of this fragrance. Almost nothing more need be said because Sienne d' Orange is all about - Smootheness - Subtle leather - Soft orange.
The warm orange opening aroma is enhanced by cardamom for a bit of pithiness and carrot oil for some mineral earthiness. The warmth of orange seems to absorb everything in its path as rolls through the translucency of iris and on to the white leather and apricot wood base. The illusion presented by this fragrance is exquisite simplicity = orange + leather.
The leather is very subtle, smooth and light while the orange is dreamy and narcotic.
Pros: addictive oranges, smooth subtle leather
Cons: is +/- 4 hrs longevity enough?
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