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Orange Sanguine by Atelier Cologne Review
Orange Sanguine by Atelier Cologne can easily zap us to a blood orange-filled environment, or perhaps a holiday to the sea where we’re sipping a fruity concoction. It has a mild but a realistic fruity scent, especially when compared to others that boast of the same accord. However, we find that this does not last long, as the top notes make way for a more synthetic smell later on. It is clean and it is fresh overall, but we hoped there was more of the zesty vibe to stay with us for a few hours.
The blood orange smells the most natural out of other orange scents
Bright, clean and refreshing, especially in the beginning
Orange through and through, without the woodsy hints from others with similar profiles
We don’t think that this is a very complex cologne
Drydown does not maintain the quality of the opening, feels soapy clean by the end
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Orange Sanguine is one of the fragrances released by Atelier Cologne in 2010 that combines different fruity accords but has blood orange overpowering them all. It was concocted by Ralf Schwieger, who also created another fragrance for the brand, the Figuier Ardent, as well as Frederic Malle’s Lipstick Rose. The bright cologne has notes of bitter orange, orange, geranium, jasmine, tonka bean, amber and sandalwood.