Sourish lemon and green minty nuances on a soft woody base. Personally, when it comes to hesperidic fragrances, I prefer either more classic takes on the main theme such as several Guerlain's Eaus, Eau D'Hadrien, Chanel's Eau De Cologne (to name a few), or more avant-garde iterations a-la Comme Des Garcons Soda. With that said, Lemon De Cordoza is a nicely blended, inoffensive lemony cologne but is as exciting as lukewarm water.
Limon di Cordoza is " the traditional mens cologne" entry of the L'esprit Cologne series from The Different Company. Clean, green and bright citrus notes open and are followed by gentle mint and very dry musky soft wood base. Strange because there is no musk or cumin in the notes, but it has a warm musk odor of ripening orange peel blended with the green citrus and mint. At various points Limon di Cordoza reminds me of Hermes Orange Verte and also F Malle Cologne Bigarrade. The stated notes are: Bitter orange, mandarin zest, mint leaves, neroli, freesia, patchouli, vetiver, guaiac wood. This is a potent cologne that is clean, soft and quite lasting. The world needs a new cologne especially when it is of this pleasantly refreshing and uplifting quality.