Today's fragrance of the day is Carthusia Mediterraneo. This is quite a departure from yesterday's fragrance choice of Serge Luten's Chergui, which I happened to love.
According to the Carthusia
website, The citrus fruit symbol of the Bay of Naples, the fragrance,the colours, the past and the present of an enchanting place.
The description of Mediterraneo is, the freshness of lemon leaves mingles with the sparkling notes of green tea in this sun-filled and dynamic fragrance.
To me, this is a fragrance suited more for hot summer days. It reminds me of lemon sun tea that is made instead with green tea. I don't traditionally like green tea fragrances but the green tea in this blend is very subtle where the lemon leaves play a more predominant role. It's not an overly lemony fragrance, it smells very fresh, light and clean.
It retails for 1.7 oz./$65 or 3.4 oz./$98 at Aedes