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Azemour les Orangers

Eau de Parfum

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I made an A/B comparison of this against Tom Ford Neroli Portofino Forte and this was better. Where the Ford was a simple handful of crushed orange leaves and blossoms, Azemour had a contrasting undercurrent of oakmoss which my nose found…perhaps not completely pleasant, but certainly much more interesting. A complex citrus, if that’s what you’re looking for.
By   - Fragrance Noob from El Segundo on 7/10/2019
Exquisite, intriguing, cleansing to the mind and body. Oranges, tangerine and clementine always bestow cheer and deliciousness, but here they are given an entirely novel spin with exotic spices and botanicals: they are never permitted to bloom into a candylike sweetness-- pepper, hay, galbanum and geranium modulate them a thoughtful, pleasantly bitter, herbacious intrigue, all drying to a princely, intelligent chypre, kissed with pastoral hay, a ghosted patchouly and moss. Cumin is only breathed here, never "sweaty". Sophisticated, intimate, unique, multidimensional. Unisex, but will make for an outstanding masculine.
By   - artist from boerne, TX USA on 10/21/2018
Very Realistic walk thru an orange grove. Very pleasant. I bought the Mazzolari Fleurs D'oranger instead, however, as I thought this was a better room scent than a perfume.
By   - Systems Engineer from Austin on 3/7/2018
Nice, mild, orangey, but a darker orange rather than bright and fresh.
By   - teacher  from Chi on 6/26/2017
Starts with bright and inspiriting oranges and other citrus, but goes flat and acrid on me quite quickly.
By   - Writer and teacher from Cambridge on 5/24/2016
I bought my first bottle in 2012, and it did not run out until about two months ago, whereupon I purchased another. Luckily, there haven't been any changes to the formula and it still smells the same. I love it, it is the only perfume I use. I spray it on my clothes, my uniforms, even my sheets so I can sleep in the smell. It is strong, with great lasting power. I will continue to buy this until they stop making it, at which point I'll probably go into mourning.
By   - Court Reporter from Seoul on 1/17/2016
Years ago I took a trip to Central Florida during the time of the year when the orange groves were past blossoming, fruit was forming but not ready for harvest. The air was redolent with the scent of the orange trees, woody and green, with the slightly tart tang of citrus. I loved it and so hoped someone would capture that moment in the life of the fruit tree with a perfume. This is it.
By   - human resources from denver on 11/9/2015
Top note gives of the true henna which I love; it quickly dies down to a generic orange/leathery scent. It's nice, no doubt, but it's masculine, in my opinion. Not for a woman, even those who tend to go for masculine scents. Nothing out of the ordinary, either. But sure enough, it's nice. Just average.
By   - accounting clerk from Louisville, KY on 8/3/2012
Pleasant, orange-y scent but nothing special. Last about 20 minutes on me.
By   - Writer from DC on 4/20/2012
A beautiful, smooth, true leather chypre that is startingly reminiscent of horse. Easily the crown jewel of this line.
By   - composer from Houston on 12/12/2011
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