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Entre Naranjos


A citrus with white floral and aromatic green accords, Entre Naranjos is zesty and sheer. From the first moments of its cologne-like opening, right through to the aromatic dry-down, Entre Naranjos is really all about orange - I see orange, as well as smell and taste it - but this orange is an elixir, not a candy.
The first notes are pure bitter orange, green, zesty, and sparkling, the orange tree with leaves and bark – the mandarin orange and petitgrain notes - then fresh orange blossoms, which give a hint of citrus sweetness but no heavy white-floral creaminess. This feels so fresh and light, like sipping Perrier with bitter orange extract!
Into the heart, woody notes emerge, a result of the delicious earthy herbal nuance of green patchouli leaves mixing with the bitter orange accord, and in the dry-down amber becomes a warm resinous powdery layer which pulls it all together. 
Although it seems fairly linear at first, I’m thrilled to discover a subtle complexity as Entre Naranjos dries down. The scent develops a surprisingly romantic elegance, slightly sweet but tart and almost peppery to my nose, with a warm earthy undertone. And the best part is the bitter orange note, which starts out so pure and real, and is still there at the end. It’s quiet and warm, but definitely there.
Notes: Tunisian orange blossom, bitter orange, petit grain, neroli, amber and Indonesian patchouli leaf.
Type: EdP
Parfumeur: Ramón Monegal

Price: $6.00