This is very nice. It's a vey close relative of Neroli Portofino and shares some notes. Beautiful fresh scent for the summer especially the first hour. Where this one falls down is it's longevity, the most I could get out of it was three hours. If it lasted five I would add this to my collection but the poor performance causes me to give it a neutral.
Melting burning plastic.
It starts off smelling like burning plastic, it gets slightly better as it settles down but never even reaches mediocre. To bad it lasts forever, if you happen to spray it in your house you have to move to get away from the smell.
The best Tom Ford scent ever. Lasts forever, masterpiece.
Second best Chanel
A smooth creamy lemon. What's not to like. A very good designer scent.
This should be in every collectors wardrobe.
Almost a scrubber
This starts out as a fishy ocean water and dries down into wet dog.
Another winner by Creed
Every fragrance company dreams of creating an Aventus.
My favorite Creed scent of all time. It's expensive but just a wonderful clean citrus with decent longevity.
This doesn't get enough love. I haven't tried the library scents yet but it's the best that I've tried from this company. The longevity is beastly.
It's simply the best smelling orange ever. It's a great scent to go to sleep with. Not very good longevity though.
This is a wonderful scent for thirty minutes to an hour and then for me it ceases to exist. It's like it's totally missing any base notes. I use it mainly for bedtime because of it's terrible longevity.
09th July, 2012 (last edited: 17th August, 2012)