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Basil & Neroli (2016)
by Jo Malone London


Basil & Neroli information

Year of Launch2016
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 17 votes)

People and companies

HouseJo Malone London
PerfumerAnne Flipo
Parent CompanyEstee Lauder Companies

About Basil & Neroli

Basil & Neroli is a shared / unisex perfume by Jo Malone London. The scent was launched in 2016 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Anne Flipo

Basil & Neroli fragrance notes

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Reviews of Basil & Neroli

Jo Malone Basil & Neroli smells like a bathroom soap dish in your Grandmother's house. It's got a lot of musk in it that makes the basil note sweeter than a man should ever want to wear. The neroli provides the soapy tone. I get no vetiver at all. Beyond that, it's as tame as Grandma's house cat. A pleasurable scent on Grandma, but a thumbs down on me.
12th December, 2017
This is one of those big green colognes you get when you mix neroli and vetiver, clearly based on the Mugler Cologne/Creed Original Vetiver recipe. Basil & Neroli adds a lot of white soapy musk to the mix, so the end result is a lot like Irish Spring soap. It's fairly linear, though it's brighter at first and becomes darker as the vetiver moves forward in the mix as the day progresses.

This is nice, the kind of scent that manages to be a crowd pleaser without dumbing itself down. Nothing original here, but I've enjoyed wearing it.
17th October, 2016
Stardate 20160916:

A nice orange blossom fragrance. I do not get much basil here. I am not a big fan of Neroli so this is going to be a pass but this one is one of the better releases this year.
16th September, 2016

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