Limon de Cordoza is perhaps the closest to the idea of an hesperidic cologne, taking the traditional neroli note into new hights supported by patchouli to give it refinement and tenacity. The sparkling citrusy top is accented with the coolness of mint leaves and the bite of pepper.
Notes: tangerine peel, bitter orange, mint leaves, black pepper, freesia, neroli, patchouli, vetiver, guiac wood. Limon de Cordoza was launched in 2012. The nose behind this fragrance is Emilie (Bevierre) Coppermann.