This is punchy! The citrus notes certainly come through after the first spray, and more towards the tart and sour end of the spectrum. I was a little taken back by the initial opening, however, the dry down is softer and becomes increasingly pleasant. Let Yuzu settle and the woodier and earthier tones gradually appear, with a slight sweetness to them.
Acqua Di Parma Yuzu Key Notes
Top: Bergamot, Sichuan Pepper.
Heart: Lotus, Mimosa, Violet Leaves, Jasmine.
Base: Musk, Liquorice, Sandalwood.
What They Say
A rare and highly-scented oriental citrus fruit, the Yuzu is originally from China, and today its most valued varieties are grown on the small remote Japanese island of Shikoku.
Its golden peel and its delicious juice are favourites with celebrated chefs all over the world. Rich, in beneficial substances, the Yuzu is considered to be a fruit of beauty.