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With top notes of clementine flower, middle notes of white lilac and water lily, and base notes of orris wood, Jo Malone Orange Blossom is floral and a little bit sparkly, which makes it feel modern and refreshing on the first smell. Then, as it dries down fans will experience warmer white flowers and eventually a soft and powdery aroma. 

The unisex fragrance was created by Jean Claude Delville in 2003 and according to Fragrantica, “was inspired by a stay in the Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles”. 

The great thing about Jo Malone fragrances is that they lend themselves beautifully to fragrance layering, so can be combined with others in the range to create something truly bespoke.

Jo Malone says Orange Blossom is best combined with White Jasmine & Mint or with Blue Agava & Cacao.

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