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Orange Leaves Eau de Cologne L`Occitane en Provence for women and men

Orange Leaves Eau de Cologne L`Occitane en Provence for women and men
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Total people voted: 49
female 25- 25+
male 25- 25+

I have it: 28 I had it: 21 I want it: 44 My signature: 1

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citrus
aromatic
fresh spicy
woody
green

Feuilles d'Oranger or Orange Leaves Eau de Cologne Orange Leaves Eau de Cologne was launched in 2001.

Perfume rating: 4.05 out of 5 with 49 votes.

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Petitgrain Bergamot Bitter Orange Mandarin Orange

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Orange Leaves Eau de Cologne Fragrance Reviews

Kim-T
Kim-T

The most wonderful sent I have ever had the pleasure of using and they have stopped producing it.It suits my skin beautifully. Has anyone got any they want to sell or know of old stock I can get my hands on?
I have tried to contact L'Occitane but the customer service here in Australia is dreadful!
Please help. Kim :)

Mar
23
2012
bunma87
bunma87

The first time sniff, I feel classic, old suit for my mom, but when dried it make me comfortable. Always feel good with L'Occitane, but never long lasted :(, it's the only thing I'm not satisfied.

Jul
17
2011
Nemia
Nemia

I bought this on a whim, it was my first L'Occitane and a bit of a spontaneous close miss. It turned out later that Verbena was what I actually wanted.

I love the scent of citrus fruits, and this is at fruity as it gets. It's the scent of orange peel, leaves and stems - a whole orange tree, not only the sweet smelling fruit.

Funny that also others noticed how much this can resemble good ole 4711, that childhood smell forever connected in my mind with my grandmother and aunt - and as I discovered lately, such a classic that it is never out of place.

If you don't want to go all the way back to 4711, Orange Leaves is for you. It's fruitier, a bit bitter and sharp, lasts quite long and has freshness. It suits hot days very well, but as it develops a kind of warmth and nearly-fulness after a while, it may serve you on cool evenings, too.


It is nicely unobtrusive and you can wear it everyday, on travels and in the office.

The bottle and presentation are, as always with L'occitane, impeccable. Vewy Fwench ;-)

Jul
15
2010
jeca
jeca

One of my favorite scents, always return to this perfect citrus scent. I am a citrus lover and I am a great lover of traditional cologne. This scent, along with E by Princess Elizabeth, are the best citruses I ever smelled!

I bought it on Christmas two years ago. Usually when I dream of a perfume for a long time, and then buy it, the perfume loses half of its mystery for me. But not this one, I adore every note: its brightness, crispness, perfect harmony of citrus, green, bitter, chypre nuances. This is MY combination! It's very long lasting and invisible, like a veil, always around you and people feel it.

When I wear it, I feel like I belong to another time and place, it's classy, but polite, without any declaration. It's like a very pleasant person, who is shy and very interesting. Oh I absolutely love it.

Nov
12
2009
maid_marilyn
maid_marilyn

This smells exactly as advertised: the bitter green scent of freshly crushed orange leaves. The scent stayed quite close to the skin but lasted for over six hours on me. It’s a classier, longer lasting version of 4711 Cologne without the bug spray top notes. It also reminded me of something I’ve sniffed in a Lush store, but can’t quite place my finger on. (Perhaps the “Prince” shaving cream?) For L’Occitane en Provence, it isn’t a bad price, either; it was on for half price in the L’Occitane store for 10.50 euro. Despite the sale, I managed to not buy it: the bitterness - which makes this unisex, I suppose - prevented it from being a scent for me.

Mar
07
2009

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