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French fragrance designer Annick Goutal took inspiration from Italy for this iconic citrus scent, which launched in 1981. Bright and effervescent, the universal and timeless blend conjures up the image of sun-ripened fruit in a Tuscan orchard.
I can't put my finger on what this fragrance smells like, maybe lemon? But not a nice lemon smell, it's almost stale and overwhelming. I would not buy this.2
It smelt like Lemons which dont get me wrong I love lemons but I dont want to smell like one. Just WAY too Strong.2
Love the smell, light citrus, lemon.... but it doesn't last long enough for me. I want a smell that will last at least four hours... not less than an hour... sad day!2
The smell is a little too Citrusy for my taste. Smells too much like oranges.2
I'm not the biggest fan of tiny little perfume samples in the first place, but sometimes I do get excited for something I never had the chance to try before. Eau d'Hadrien just isn't for me - the scent kind of infected the entire birchbox before I even got to the fragrance vial and I already knew it would just be too strong and "spicy". It's not a bad quality fragrance, or unpleasant, just not my cup of tea.2
I really don't like citrus scents and this one is very acidic. Love Goutal's Petit Cherie, though.1
This was way too heavy for me. It was so overpowering, I could have never worn this anywhere, nor would I have wanted to.1
I didn't not like the smell of this product sorry but I love perfume this was just not my cup of tea!1
The scent is way too lemon-y and acidic. Its not my fave scent.1
The citrus notes shine through, I thought of grapefruit when I sniffed it from the sample. But on it reminds me to much of a cleaner.1