Infanta En Flor (2011)
    by Arquiste

    • Launched: 2011
    • Type: Shared / Unisex / Unspecified
    • Availability: In Production
    • Perfumer: Yann Vasnier
    • Bottle Designer: Unknown - Let us know

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    Infanta En Flor Fragrance notes

    Orange flower water, Spanish leather, Citrus, Immortelle

    Infanta En Flor information

    Infanta En Flor is a unisex fragrance by Arquiste. The scent was launched in 2011

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    gimmegreen's avatar

    Netherlands Netherlands

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    Hereís what this perfume taught me: put orange blossom on a diet of aldehydes and soap and it gains a quite irresistible charm. Infanta en Flor is light and breezy, like a spray of orange blossom scented soap bubbles, with now and again a flash of green in the opening phases.
    It seems simple, itís familiar, and yet, to my nose, itís miles ahead of the pack. Immaculate, sophisticated and lovable, with well-judged projection (not too much, not too little).
    If first impressions lead you to think that this belongs in the 4711 line-up rather than a hooty-tooty brand like Arquiste Ė wait, try again, itís possible you could change your mind.

    26th July, 2014

    stephend's avatar

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    I didn't like it at first (air freshener? that's an insult to a great perfumer and I don't think that on my return). On second wearing I quite like it but it's a bit too floral (or at least the wrong kind of floral) for me so I probably won't buy it.

    27th January, 2014

    Foustie's avatar

    Scotland Scotland

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    A charming fragrance

    Well, it seems that I disagree with my respected friends/previous reviewers on this one. In my view this is a charming fragrance of great interest. Infanta En Flor opens with a very beautiful bright clean Orange Flower. A stunning opening. It is not heady. It's as clean as very good Orange Flower Water. It is joined by floral notes, notably a green, non indolic jasmine, which adds to the gentle sparkle. It is a very cool fragrance at this stage. The immortelle does not stand out on it's own to me.

    In the mid development the fragrance does become very soapy indeed, which we know is not unusual with orange flower, and I think that this soapy phase is consistent with the style of the fragrance. I don't mind that at all, in fact I find it very pleasant. Infanta en Flor hums along in this way for several hours. It is wearing close to the skin by then. Eventually, a soft balsamic leather emerges, quiet and elegant. After six hours or so, this becomes amber. It is a whisper on the skin by that time (from dabbing, it may be different if sprayed).

    Infanta en Flor is very lovely in my view. A successful composition with beautiful development. It's hard to describe where it sits in terms of genre, and in a strange way I think that perhaps that is why it doesn't get more attention. It smells quite classical but it has a more open, lighter structure which places it firmly on contemporary ground. It has suggestions of Eau de Cologne in the early stages but it has more tenacious foundations than that. It is rich but not in the least heavy. It strikes one as very complete somehow. If it seems like I am heading towards describing it as unique, well, no, it isn't that either. It's familiar. It won't be exciting enough for many people, but I think that it is a grower and probably a long keeper. It is one of the loveliest Orange Flower fragrances that I have tried. Try it if you like your Orange Flower clean and soapy.

    It would be great on both women and men.

    Pros: Beautiful Structure
    Cons: None for me.

    02nd July, 2013

    ladymurasaki's avatar

    United Kingdom United Kingdom

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    The opening is a fresh floral on a subdued leather base. The dry down is baby powder. It is a nice fresh scent, if you like clean, soapy scents.

    23rd October, 2012

    Quarry's avatar

    United States United States

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    Learning that Matildaben had developed a liking for Infanta en Flor and given the notes (orange flower water, Spanish leather, cistus resin, and immortelle flower), I was sure I'd like this, at least a little. In reality, I don't. I get a lot of baby oil. Even if infants are the inspiration, I expect more perfume and less Pampers.

    22nd October, 2012

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