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Hermès Colognes are generous, figurative expressions of simple pleasures - written as olfactory snapshots. Eau d’orange verte is the founding Eau de cologne in the Hermès Colognes Collection. Sparkling and invigorating, it carries the green freshness of an explosion of oranges with a woody signature.
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Rebottled Eau D Orange Verte, rebottled by Scentbird, Inc., an independent bottler from a genuine product wholly independent of Hermes
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2.4 out of 5
It was a little to stong for my liking
LOVE this scent! I get so many compliments on this when I wear it, but be prepared to reapply often, as it fades fast.
Smells more masculine and doesn't last long. Not for me.
Smells like Florida Water.... guess the only saving grace is that the fragrance only lasted for a few minutes. Yet another month where I question the authenticity of the perfumes bottled by scentbird. Probably going to cancel this subscription if the next smells just as fake.
I have some 20+ orange based fragrances, but this is THE ONE. It's the standard by which I judge other colognes of this type. Bright, juicy orange and bitter peel meet lemon, mint, and green cassia leaf, drying down to a base of oakmoss and musk. It's true that the longevity is short, but I've yet to find a citrus cologne that is long lasting. Jean-Claude Ellena is my favorite 'nose', and here he has created an elegant, simplistic cologne that can be worn anywhere.
Very masculine, overwhelmingly so. Passed to my husband.
This perfume did not mesh well with my body chemistry. The musk was overpowering. Smelled like a men's cologne verses a women's
A little to strong for my taste. It's not bad once it's worn off
Didn't like this scent too citrucie
I don't dislike it, but its not something I would buy. Smells too much like a men's cologne and the smell fades very quickly on me.
I love this scent, but I don't like it on me. The citrus notes don't seem to last too long, but the green and woody elements last a long time. I'm giving it 5 stars because I do love the combination and admire the artistry that went into this. I sometimes do like more unisex/less overtly feminine scents, but this one's not for me. However, it smells wonderful on a male friend, so I gave it to him.
Scent literally does not last more than a minute or two! I'm dissappointed but use it prior to bed!
It's a nice scent, very unisex. Has a hint of masculine soapiness with a citrus top note. I didn't like it at first but now I enjoy it mixed with Eau Des Merveilles also by Hermes.
"I think this could work as a unisex scent....but it just wasn't for me. It had decent strength, but was not overpowering. Although it didn't last as long as other perfumes that I have."
This has an old lady perfume smell that I really don't like. Very disappointed.
"This scent reminded me so much of my grandmother's summer perfume. It's powdery with strong orange blossom and mossy tones. I think of southern, heavy humidity summer afternoons. I really enjoyed it - it has excellent staying power, so you don't need more than a spray or two."
"Fresh, slightly bittersweet orange as the scent opens, then green, mossy notes begin to filter in and woody at the end. I love this, and have been wearing it all day. I would most definitely call it a unisex scent, though some might find it a bit too masculine. I've read some reviews which say it has very little longevity and sillage, but it's lasting quite well on me. It's very refreshing, and a welcome difference from the usual citrus types!"