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Soleil d’Italie by Mancera Review

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Soleil d’Italie by Mancera Review
If you’re about to embark on a summer vacation, take Soleil d'Italie with you to improve the experience. Sure, it is not the most interesting or creative of the bunch, but the warm weather-appropriate scent adds a juicy and sweet vibe to your days as well as more refreshing feeling for its citrusy notes. Other people would easily like this on you, too. We are even more sold by the impressive projection and staying power.
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A juicy, sweet fragrance for us that is tolerable
Easy to wear and easy to like
Appropriate for warmer seasons
Projects well and lasts long enough on the skin
Not a very creative scent
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Mancera came with a new fragrance earlier this year. Called Soleil d’Italie, it is a shared scent that boasts of florals, musk and woods. The top notes are listed as calabrian bergamot, lime, pink pepper, cardamom, mandarin orange and bitter orange, while the middle notes are bulgarian rose, watery notes and patchouli leaf. The base notes include cedar, vetiver, guaiac wood, white musk and ambergris.

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