i Profumi di Firenze Arancio di Sicilia EDP Perfume Review

i profumi di Firenze Arancio di Sicilia

i Profumi di Firenze Arancio di Sicilia (Sicilian Orange) is a realistic orange fragrance. That’s all you really need to know about Arancio di Sicilia but you know that I must keep talking…

Arancio di Sicilia is a simple fragrance that smells good. It’s a juicy, energetic orange. It’s tart but not too sharp. It has a touch of natural sweetness. It smells like the pulp of a blood orange.

Dorothy Dandridge

If you are looking for a simple, realistic orange juice, here you go.  Give Arancio di Sicilia a try if you like perfumes like Atelier Cologne Orange Sanguine, Aqua di Parma Capri Orange, Guerlain Aqua Allegoria Mandarine-Basilic, and/or Fresh Hesperides. Arancio di Sicilia is a unisex fragrance that is a good “pick-me-up” any time of the year. And it layers wonderfully with so many other scents from vanilla gourmands to old-fashioned roses.

This fragrance is very fleeting. In the summer, I’m lucky to get an hour wear out of this fragrance. I get 3-4 hours during the cooler months. The projection is average. It’s juiciness is above average.

The 1.7 oz retails for $99 at Beautyhabit. Samples are also available for purchase.

Victoria’s Final EauPINIONJuice of a table orange. Simple and good. This is a fragrance that is more about the raw ingredients, much like Italian food. I like the smell but I personally want to wear something more complex. And something that lasts longer on my skin.

*Sample purchased by me. Product pic from Beautyhabit. Dorothy Dandridge photo from Post contains an affiliate link. Thanks!

9 thoughts on “i Profumi di Firenze Arancio di Sicilia EDP Perfume Review

  1. Gah! Fresh Hesperides is in my top 10 fragrances of all time. So…now I officially need this. Thanks so much for the review!

    PS: Is it anything like Guerlain AA Pamplelune? That’s another fave of mine.

    1. Uh-oh, I’m going to be an enabler here. This iPdF one is not like AA Pamplelune or Hesperides BUT are related. I could see if you love those 2 how you’d love this one. I’m typically not wowed by simple citrus scents but something about this one I love…it’s juicy but not sweet. It’s like an orange.

    1. I’ve great luck with the Pacifica line but the Tuscan Blood Orange EDP that I have smells like raspberries and I don’t get very much orange. But, the solid perfume of Tuscan Blood Orange is a gorgeous realistic orange. I haven’t tried the body products in that scent. Maybe they are more orange-y and would last longer on the skin.

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