I agree, the right kind of orange blossom really is spring in a bottle. I love subtle, natural smelling orange blossoms, but if they're too strong I find them nauseating. I went off even the lighter ones for a while, but it looks like we're friends again
SL Fleur d'Oranger - BIG floral, I have to be in the right mood for it and apply sparingly! Sometimes find it too laundry-musky as it dries down (I'm sure many will disagree though). I don't really get the famous cumin, though. The first time I tried it I was entranced by honey-notes, but I don't get those any more...
Jo Malone Orange Blossom - now THIS is spring/early summer in a bottle to me Orange blossom and big juicy round oranges, with just a hint of lilac. Haven't sniffed it for a while though, will have to revisit it. On a cold early spring day last year, I was walking home and caught a whiff of the most incredible summery scent that literally made me stop in my tracks. Retraced my steps and found the flowering bush it was coming from, don't know what it was but I don't think it was orange blossom. But it was like summer had suddenly broken into what was a pretty wintery day. When I then smell Jo Malone OB, it took my back to this, the same feeling of summer bursting into winter. How did you find it, ExtremeK?
Annick Goutal Neroli - I've not sprayed this, but sniffing the bottle/cap (not the best way to test, I know!), this is incredibly close to the orange blossom flavoured Anis de Flavigny pastilles I have.
To add to your list:
Penhaligon's Orange Blossom - Fairly sure this is not what orange blossom smells like! I find it harsh and plasticky, though when I first tried it about a year ago, I liked it. Would be interested to hear other people's thoughts
Yves Rocher Pur Désir de Fleur d'Oranger - Silly name, beautiful scent! Lovely and natural-smelling. And cheap as chips too!