Ramon Monegal

Entre Naranjos

Eau de Parfum

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Here's what other people are saying about Entre Naranjos...
bracing citrus boozy sweet...then the drydown well youll have to try it ;)
By   - noneya from nonyaya on 2/19/2020
Doesn't do much for me after the first 10 minutes. I love orange and enjoyed it quite a bit at first, but the potential seemed to dry up upon the drydown.
By   - writer from Chicago on 3/10/2017
Orange, orange blossom and spices. It's nice. Unobtrusive, simple, well made.
By   - teacher from chi on 6/20/2016
I got a sample of Entre Naranjos and immediately fell in love. Five minutes later I was ordering the bottle, Thanks Luckyscent! I have to disagree with another review, Entre Naranjos smells like oranges and orange blossoms, Serge Lutens Fleurs d'Oranger smells like tuberose and jasmine with a slight orange scent in the background. Entre Naranjos takes you on a wonderful trip to a countryside, full of orange trees in bloom, you can smell the orange zest and also the green of the new blooms. Not only that I love this fragrance, people also compliment me all the time. Fresh, citrus, green and wonderful. Long lasting too.
By   - from Houston on 7/11/2013
This is a sparkling and spicy orange cologne. 2012 saw many new orange and orange blossom colognes and perfumes released. This one is my hands-down-favorite. The only reason I don't give it the full 5 is that, as with many citrus colognes, it doesn't last more than an hour or two. That's just the nature of the type.
By   - RN from Miami on 1/25/2013
I was underwhelmed by this. I'm not saying it's bad. Just nothing to rave about. I much prefer Serge Lutens' Fleur d'Oranger. That scent smells EXACTLY like the orange blossoms in my garden when I lived in South America. Absolute perfection. This scent is pleasant, but, in spite of the ingredients, it does not make me feel I'm Entre Naranjos (Among Orange Blossoms, in English) like SL's does. The green note is too strong. Staying power is ephemeral, but I'm afraid we'll just have to resign ourselves to that these days. I won't buy this. If I have to shell out $100+ I prefer to get SL's Fleur d'Oranger.
By  on 9/17/2012
Fantastic green, citrusy and woody. Warm and sunny. I would say this is close to a perfect scent, for me at least. It develops quite quickly from a slightly simpler and colder citrus into a deep, complex and much greener smell with mild woodnotes, and then comes a very soft floral into the mix. Absolutely stunning, this is pure beauty. I feel wonderful wearing it.
By  on 9/11/2012
I like this! It's citrusy and slightly green/woodsy.
By   - from Columbus, OH on 9/1/2012
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