Sicily by Mancera is a Citrus fragrance for women and men. This is a new fragrance. Sicily was launched in 2016. The nose behind this fragrance is Pierre Montale. Top notes are bergamot, grapefruit, mandarin orange, peach, pineapple and apple; middle notes are jasmine, rose, violet and ylang-ylang; base notes are white musk and woody notes.
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I liked this scent a lot and can imagine it being a go-to in the summer. Very fresh, balanced, and the lemon is not overpowering. Just short of 5 stars because it’s not versatile all year.
I bought a full bottle blindly based on reviews over You tube & what have I done !!!!
The longevity & projection are set on a beast mode for sure.
I love the opening but the peache note is something that ruins the fragrance for me because it smells very strange.
The quality & performance is top notch but the peach note again ruins it for me!!!
Notr:- When I bought it I didn't know that Scentsplit has it, otherwise I wouldn't have made such mistake.
Must Sample it first & you might like.
This scent is breathtaking
1 of the best scents I smelled so far great for spring summer
Quite nice! The peach note really makes this special. On the sweet side with a touch of tartness. Feminine leaning but just a little bit.
To me, once the peach note dissipates, it becomes a little meh.