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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 want it!
I have a lot of perfumes so I'm not sure if I'll buy this or not! But I love the scent! So energizing!
I might be saving up my allowance for a few months!
It smells good but the citrus tones are a bit strong for my taste.3
It smells pretty good. Not my favorite, not the most stand-out birchbox scent I've ever received, but it's definitely a good summer scent.4
Smells great, very citrusy without smelling like a popsicle. I only wish it lasted longer- Annick Goutal scents fade quickly.5
It's a lovely, not at all cloying bright scent. I was reminded of my childhood when I wore "Love's Lemon" but so much more sophisticated! The rush of childhood memories was a nice surprise.5
This perfume has a familiar smell to me, which I like. It also has a light, fresh, grassy, citrusy blend which is quite pleasant. I typically don't care for perfumes because they're so strong, but I don't mind this one. If it weren't $85, I would probably buy some.4
When I first put the perfume on it smelled very citrus and I didnt like it at all. The top notes were very strong citrus. The middle notes and base notes, I loved. Beautiful smell and very fragrant. After about 3 hours the scent was completely gone. I would likely not purchase because it was not very long lasting and I dont love the top notes.3
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
This is a fresh, light scent that doesn't take over the room when you enter it.5