This is the kind of grapefruit that you can eat. The edible, slightly bitter, slightly tart and slightly sweet type of grapefruit.
I thought I'd be put off by the melon but it blends so well with with the citrus, orange Blossom and herbs.
It opens with a distinct grapefruit and citric melody restrained by the herb and melon accord.
If you recall the grapefruit note in Azemour les Orangers, it is less stark and piercing in Le Pamplemousse.
What appeals to me is the obvious grapefruit note that is softened by the orange blossom. Whilst the herbs give it depth, a complexity that is very interesting.
Projection and longevity are superb. Will last and you will smell it without needing to raise your arm or other obscure body part to your nose.
A couple of hours into it and the grapefruit note has further softened yet still firm in its presence. The aromatic herbal facet is protruding.
This ideal for a person seeking to add a grapefruit and/or orange blossom to their collection while being averse to bitter grapefruit and too white floral.
I've worn this a few times now and I really like it.
I also noticed a distinct vetiver note that emerges much later on in the perfume. Mixes very nicely with some earthy notes but not dank notes. More of the smell if you hovered your nose over the earth as opposed to digging deep.
I'll summarize by saying that I am very impressed with it. It's depth and complexity ar very attractive. Keeping in mind that grapefruit tends to be single dimensional in nature but the orange blossom elevates it while the herbs give it a multi-dimensional facet.