Mandarino di Sicilia (2018)

Mandarino di Sicilia by Perris Monte Carlo
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Mandarino di Sicilia is a new perfume by Perris Monte Carlo for women and men and was released in 2018. The scent is fresh-citrusy. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesItalian green mandarin, Bitter orange, Yellow mandarin, Paraguayan petigrain
Heart Notes Heart NotesJasmine, Geranium, Orange blossom
Base Notes Base NotesCedarwood, Amber, Musk



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Submitted by FRAgrANTIC, last update on 22.03.2019
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Mandarins, wherever you look, uh... smells!
It's autumn!
At least you'd think so. Although it's the middle of October and you should be busy digging up Halloween pumpkins and attaching skeletons and ghosts to trees and walls, the weather continues to warm up to such an extent that you'd rather run to the nearest drugstore to quickly cover yourself with sun cream so that you can enjoy the supposed last hot rays of sunshine of the year in the garden, at the lake or anywhere else and sizzle under it!

A fresh and citric scent also enhances the summer feeling, so that I have now also used this scent here, which is supposed to smell like tingly mandarins, which I personally would like quite a lot, as I like tangerines extremely in scents. On the other hand, it will not bother him so much, because he also enjoys the sun's rays by lying lazily out there in the garden.

The fragrance:
Wow, the fragrance begins with a delicious and very authentic mandarin. At first one smells the slightly bitter, but nevertheless tangy skin of it. Then it smells as if you have peeled the mandarin and then the mandarin scent would stick to your fingers. And due to a budding, but slight sweetness, the slightly acidic, but also slightly sweetish flesh is finally in the nose. In short, the tangerine smells absolutely great in the top note!
But even a little later it still smells mainly like mandarins, which I think is great! There is a little orange in addition, but the mandarins are always in the foreground. Only slowly does a somewhat clearer sweetness of jasmine emerge, whereby this combined with the mandarins reminds as mentioned also of the delicious fruit flesh of these fruits.
The bitter might seem slightly stuffy or dry to some, but this doesn't bother me here, because it's not this flowery stuffness, which I always feel like running away from :D
In the base it still smells like mandarins, but this time again less sweet, because the jasmine has almost disappeared again and the musk hardly appears. Otherwise, the scent remains as it is, except that light woods are added, which, by the way, always go well with citric notes.

The Sillage and the shelf life:
The sillage is okay at first, because the citric notes radiate well for a short while. Unfortunately, this level is not maintained, so that the fragrance soon loses its strength. You can smell the scent yourself for a while, everyone else has to get a little bit closer, as it is the case with citric scents. Not long, and the fragrance is even body-hugging.
The durability is surprisingly long. He kept me for at least eight hours, most of the time however rather weak on the skin.

The bottle:
The bottle is rectangular, high and transparent. There are white patterns all over the bottle, consisting of a multitude of tiny brand logos. On the front you can also see a golden label and the logo of the brand, only bigger and gold-plated. The lid looks like the end of a column, is also gold-plated and on it you can see the logo again. All in all a beautiful bottle.

Oh man, oh man, oh man!!
I was really excited about this fragrance! For me it belongs to the most beautiful Mandarin fragrances along with Eau de Mandarine Ambrée (Hermès) and Mandarino di Amalfi (Tom Ford). I also think it's great that it smells quite unisex despite the tangerine, because tangerine notes are somehow more in women's fragrances or sometimes a bit too feminine. Who likes citric scents with mandarins and a little oranges, which or which should note this smell in any case times, test is worthwhile itself in any case!

Due to the citric charisma and the fact that the fragrance is also light and loose, it belongs best to the summer, which can be used on murderously hot days to smell good and fresh even in the heat of hell! He somehow has a bit of Chanel's Allure Homme Édition Blanche (at least I think so), by which I mean that he really only unfolds his true strength like the scent of Chanel on warm days, except that instead of bergamot and lemon you can smell mandarin and orange here. Oh yes... Mandarino di Sicilia is a great summer scent!

Soo,... my cat is lying in the garden again, he's dozing, but he's not really sleeping and just enjoying the sun (I wrote this during the day, of course it's just in the evening and he's hunting mice or something...!). In this state, you can't actually approach him. Because if I do, he immediately rolls onto his back with excitement and wants to be cuddled on his stomach. What's the big deal, you wonder? Well, he's in the dirt! D

If it rolls on its back, it pulls up all dirt particles like a vacuum cleaner with its extremely dense and fine fur, which cannot even be combed away with a fine comb. And since he will come back to the apartment later, he will of course gradually distribute all the dirt in the whole apartment. Seen that way, there's hardly any point in vacuuming any dust at all, so I could save myself the trouble from now on, right? DD
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