As usual Yves Rocher's scents are of a very high quality, much higher than the 'average' designer.
It's not easy to make an interesting neroli as it is very fresh and citrusy. What does make this stand out is the indolic orange blossom. It's walking a fine line but it does drift in and out of fresh yet sensual teetering on the edge of 'dirty'! Certainly not what I expected from a neroli but it's an excellent price and quality.
The reason for 4 instead of 5 stars is because it doesn't have the best projection but lasts longer than many of its counterparts.
01st August, 2014 (last edited: 18th October, 2014)