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Smells like more like Sicilian Red Mandarin oil. To compare, I have Green Mandarin (Brazil), and Mandarin (Sicily, Italy). The Mandarin (Sicily, Italy) is almost clear and smells soft, with a neroli note. The Green Mandarin (Brazil) is dark green, stains the perfume green, and smells sharp closer to an orange oil.
This Green Mandarin Oil P&N Bontoux, on a smelling strip, is undistinguishable from my bottle of Mandarin (Sicily, Italy). Which I don’t mind as the Green Mandarin (Brazil) is quite sharp and not easy to use in large amount, unlike this oil it can be dosed quite generously.