Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Orange Sanguine Review

Orange Sanguine’s top smells principally of orange terpenes and citric aldehydes; as a sparkling, effervescent rendition of the freshly-cut fruit it is both legible and attractive. Inevitably however, the effect is rather short-lived and what remains – a seemingly simple amber-musk-orange base type combo, feels flat by comparison. 

Nose: Ralf Schwieger
House: Atelier Cologne.
Release date: 2010
Notes (per Fragrantica): red orange, bitter orange, jasmine, geranium, amber, tonka bean, sandalwood.

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