A vibrant citrus marine fragrance drawing inspiration from the scent of orange blossom trees in the south of France, a neroli fragrance reflecting a journey of discovery across the Ligurian Sea.
Neroli Voyage Eau de Parfum
A Perfect Summer Scent
Review by Christopher Burrows
Floris' latest fragrance really is a clever and complex one and everything I hoped it would be. Opening with citrus and orange blossom, the aromatic neroli then comes through and settles for several hours with a crisp marine scent (think warm summer mornings by the coast) before the oak and amber settle the fragrance with a woodiness (like an early summer evening walking along the pines beside the ocean).
After 6-8 hours and now strong on woods, Neroli Voyage is still relatively strong. At this point, although the odor is soothing, calm and relaxing, I was missing the original, light, sweet-floral scent but much to my surprise, the perfume begins to complete an impressive arch - the final hours seamlessly reverting back to a citrus marine with some very powerful similarities to the Bergamotto di Positano eau de parfum by Floris.
Although light, the fragrance has some major longevity without being overpowering - something I crave from a summer fragrance. The aforementioned Bergamotto di Positano was always my favorite smell Floris had in it's summer arsenal, however its longevity is so weak.
It would look as though Neroli Voyage does not have that problem. A beautiful effort.