Ever since I learned all about neroli, I've been intrigued by how special it is. So when I saw that L'Occitane had come out with a Neroli Eau de Parfum last month I got all excited and wanted to check it out. Unfortunately, I haven't had the chance to smell it just yet, but here's what I know.
One bottle of this perfume is made from over 180 pounds of Tunisian Neroli flowers — that's 60 pounds of neroli in each ounce. The aroma starts off light and flowery and then becomes warmer, more intense and it has even been described as sensual. Rrrowl. It's available only in a 2.5 oz bottle that sells for $65. Is this scent something you think you'd like to try?