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Bergamote Soleil by Atelier Cologne

Bergamote Soleil by Atelier Cologne
Gender: Unisex
Release date: 2016

What Does Bergamote Soleil Smell Like

Bergamote Soleil by Atelier Cologne is the olfactory equivalent of a sun-dappled citrus grove. The initial scent is a bright, zesty hit of Calabrian bergamot, giving it a vibrant and energetic start. This is followed closely by a subtle hint of bitter orange from the Ivory Coast, which adds a slight tangy bitterness that tempers the initial citrus blast. There's also a tiny whisper of ambrette seed, lending a touch of earthy muskiness to the mix.

As the fragrance evolves, the aromatic Provençal lavender emerges, adding a soft floral layer to the composition. This is enhanced by an undercurrent of Egyptian jasmine, which lends a bit more depth to the floral profile without overpowering it. A slight hint of cardamom, reminiscent of a spice market in Guatemala, gives the fragrance a warming, slightly exotic edge.

The dry down reveals a base of Slovene oakmoss, which gives the scent a slightly woody, forest-like undertone. The Haitian vetiver adds a bit of earthiness, while the white amber provides a hint of sweetness that rounds out the fragrance. Overall, Bergamote Soleil is a vibrant, citrus-forward scent with an interesting mix of floral, spicy, and earthy undertones.

Review of Bergamote Soleil

Bergamote Soleil by Atelier Cologne is a vibrant unisex fragrance, perfect for those who enjoy a citrusy punch. Released in 2016, its standout feature is the dominant note of bergamot that gives it a fresh, zesty feel. This is further complemented by a subtle fruity undercurrent, making it an ideal scent to sport during the warmer months of spring and summer. Given its energizing character, it's a fitting choice for casual outings, daily wear, and even work scenarios. It doesn't shy away from adding a hint of spice, green, and floral notes, which adds depth to the overall profile. Despite its woody and sweet undertones, the scent remains prominently citrus. The perfume's longevity and sillage are fair, suggesting it's not overpowering but will accompany you throughout most of the day. While it may not be the most enduring fragrance, its fresh, lively spirit makes it worth considering for those who appreciate citrus-forward scents.

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