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    Default Re: A Citrus Exploration

    I am reliving through your descriptions and observations many fragrances in my collection that I haven't worn in quite a while!
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    Default Re: A Citrus Exploration

    Quote Originally Posted by Kotori View Post
    I know I need to get some reviews up of things I was already familiar with before this, for context, but I’m starting to put together a short list.

    Type 1 Bigarade Favorites (so far):

    -Bigarade Concentree
    -Azemour Les Oranges
    -Blood Oranges
    -Eau d’Orange Verte

    Type 2 Eau de Cologne Favorites (so far):

    -Basil & Neroli
    -Eau de Neroli Dore
    -Mirto di Panarea
    -Via Camerelle
    -Eau de Fleurs de Cedrat

    Type 3 Bright Citrus Favorites (so far):

    -Bergamote by TDC
    -Acqua Viva
    -Eau d’Hadrien
    -Escale a Portofino
    I'm liking the organized grouping that you've presented here. The written impressions are great.
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    Default Re: A Citrus Exploration

    Quote Originally Posted by N.CAL Fragrance Reviewer View Post
    I'm liking the organized grouping that you've presented here. The written impressions are great.
    Thanks NCal!
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    and the perfumes I've thrown away.

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    Default Re: A Citrus Exploration

    Quote Originally Posted by slpfrsly View Post
    Nice thread. Just flicked through and will read this when I have more time. Like the format.
    I’m glad you’re enjoying the thread!

    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    I am reliving through your descriptions and observations many fragrances in my collection that I haven't worn in quite a while!
    I’m glad it’s descriptive enough for you to do so!
    My only regrets in life are the people I haven't stood up for,
    and the perfumes I've thrown away.

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    Default Re: A Citrus Exploration

    Have you tried FM Cologne Indelebile yet? I would say it would fall under your type 1 Bigarade category. It's currently the only citrus I like. :-)




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