Scent Name: Orange Blossom Cologne
Manufacturer: Jo Malone
Scent Description and Notes: “Orange Blossom was created in 2003. It was inspired with stay in the hotel Bel Air in Los Angeles, or better to say, with its romantic atmosphere from the times of colonial Spain. The scent of dewy leaves of clementine stretches over the delicate floral heart, composed of orange blossom, and water lily. The top notes are cedrat, green notes and clementine leaf. The heart is composed of orange blossom and water lily, while the base of orange blossom and lilac. All Jo Malone fragrances can be combined with others of the same line. The Jo Malone house says that Orange Blossom can be combined with White Jasmine & Mint or with Blue Agava & Cacao. The Fragrance Combining Palette can be seen at Jo Malone web site. ” -http://www.fragrantica.com/perfume/Jo-Malone/Orange-Blossom-2279.html
Cedrat = Citron
Perfume Oil Color: Clear.
Bottle Design and Artwork: This is standard 1.5 ml clear glass vial with black spray cap. The vial has various font sizes displaying the name of the scent creator, name of the scent, location, and production location information.
- ITV: Strong orange blossom and clementine with a touch of green, but from the citrus leaves. It’s certainly refreshing.
- Wet: Very strong citrus – citron, clementine, with lots of citrus flesh on top, followed slowly by light floral from the water lily and orange blossom, which tempers and balances the citrus nicely.
- Dry: It dries about the same as it settles when wet. It’s pleasantly refreshing with enough floral to keep it from being entirely a citrus-center scent.