Oranges and Lemons Say The Bells of St. Clements

Eau de Parfum

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A family friend's pool that I would visit during the summer. Everything is there, the baking pebble walkway, a smell of chlorine, and the California sun making the air sweet with it's occasional breeze. It's anecdotal at best but I assumed this was a memory unto myself. Apparently HEELEY knows me all too well.
By   - paper pusher from Sacramento on 5/26/2018
Neroli is more like it! A gorgeous neroli perfume that really blossoms into familiar, delicately sweet bliss when the petals unfold on the skin. I can't really sense any other notes, but I don't think it's purely neroli (just mostly). There is a faint, almost juicy tone similar to grapes or even myrrh that rounds out the overall fragrance - I am guessing that this is contributed by the juicy mandarin and the tropical ylang ylang. Overall, the aroma makes me incredibly happy and smells breathtaking. However, the price point for something so deceptively simple makes me a little unsure, because it really is primarily neroli on my skin and I have several inexpensive scents that smell very similar. It is truly lovely, but lacks originality considering how expensive it is.
By   - Biotech from Providence, RI on 6/13/2014
The orange is very prominent. I wanted to love this scent, but it was a little too "sour" in its citrus scent, and it didn't last long at all. Not quite what I was looking for.
By   - from Laramie on 5/5/2014
This scent immediately takes me to a vacation, on the beach with salty air. It is a bit of a deeper, summer day scent, with a woody orange scent. I bought the sample, out of curiosity, and I would invest in a bottle if it wasn't as pricey.
By   - from Alberta, Canada on 3/24/2013
Bright and pleasant scent, but insanely overpriced. I admit that I got the sample because of the name (and hope someone asks me when I'm wearing it.) I'd buy a small EdT if it was available.
By   - Editor from Los Angeles on 10/22/2012
I don't love it, but I like it. Not enough to spend $150 on it though. If they had a smaller size, I might get that, but alas, it's not to be. I do love the name, however.
By   - from Bay Area on 1/31/2012
You better really love orange...because these "bells" are very orange and loud!
By   - Producer from CT LA on 6/4/2010
this is an energetic, happy, cheerful citrus/orange blossom fragrance. reminds me a great deal of Serge Lutens Fleurs d'Citronnier. decent longevity for a citrus.
By   - from USA on 5/24/2010
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