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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.
Its hard to review fragrance. But this was not the one for me. It was not a pleasing scent. I wouldn't wear it2
I really love the citrus nature of this scent. It does last for quite a while without really being overpowering.5
I usually am not into pricey perfumes at all. I never thought I'd receive a sample that would make me tempted to buy one...but I used up my sample vial of this so quickly! It is amazing, very sweet but definitely citrusy, and not at all powdery. A beautiful scent that stays put but doesn't overwhelm.5
This perfume smells delicious!!!! I love the citrus scents. It's very wearable, without being over powering. I would definitely recommend this perfume to just about anyone!!!!5
This was a nice fragrance but everyone skin smells different with things like this it was a good smell but i am a light blue dye heart4
A nice scent, but just not for me. I do love some of the other scents though.2
Fragrance is such a personal thing. This is a nice smelling perfume, but I'm a Viva La Juicy kind of girl.3
love the way this product smells ! so pretty! perfect for a summer day or a hot date on a summer night ! alittle expensive, yes , but worth it .5
I really don't like citrus scents and this one is very acidic. Love Goutal's Petit Cherie, though.1
I think this is a great summer scent. I'm not sure if it lasts too long - still experimenting. But I definitely like the scent - not too fruity or too floral, but a perfect in between.4