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Fleur de Portofino by Tom Ford Review

Fleur de Portofino by Tom Ford Review 1
Fleur de Portofino by Tom Ford Review
Description
Fleur de Portofino by Tom Ford boasts of notes that immediately bring to mind the Mediterranean, and indeed that is what is felt with the first spray, but with a focus on the flowers. But we do not think it is worth the price especially because of what we observed later on: the citrus sticks out as unnatural, the scent ends up very thin, and there is little development to justify the cost. Sillage and performance are both average.
Scent
57
Sillage
56
Longevity
61
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Positives
Comes with a juicy, exquisite beginning
The florals are well-supported by the musky base
Negatives
Lighter and thinner than desired
We find this to be a very linear fragrance
Leans more on the feminine side than being a unisex fragrance
58
Ratings


Fleur de Portofino was released in 2015 by Tom Ford. It forms part of the house collection Neroli Portofino, with the original fragrance initially launched in 2011. As is the case with other products in the collection, Fleur de Portofino is inspired by the Mediterranean, with a focus on its white acacia trees. Some of the notes are tangerine, violet leaf, bitter orange leaf, Sicilian lemon, white magnolia, jasmine, Moroccan rose, vanilla absolute, civet and ambrette seed.

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