The Scented Hound

Perfume blog with abbreviated perfume reviews & fragrance reviews.

OroNardo by Xinú


WHAT I SMELL:  OroNardo’s opening is heavenly with creamy buttery lightly spiced tuberose that sparkles and buzzes with just the lightest of earthiness brushed with orange blossom.  The warmed perfume wafts and dances like sun-kissed florals in the Mexican summer breeze.  A greenish stem comes forward taking the perfume from the garden to the most luscious of bouquets.  This is tuberose that’s not heavy nor overbearing, but tuberose that’s fresh and lightly dewy and which is very much alive.  As the perfume continues to develop, the florals become lighter and rise into a heavenly aura.  Here the perfume resides in a true essence of floral harmony wrapped up in the lightest of powder.  Breathtaking.

Author: The Scented Hound

Just a normal guy with the nose of a beagle!

8 thoughts on “OroNardo by Xinú

  1. Hello,
    Thank you for this review and introduction to such a lovely perfume OroNardo & website…
    Everything including the hand soap description looks very appealing to me.
    Mexican tuberose sounds like a winner! Your review of this floral fragrance was so uplifting. I appreciate the beautiful photo of the bottle and the butterfly as well. I think I’ll look into the sampler of their scents very soon. Mil gracias!


    • Hola Julie – they really are fabulous perfumes and their hand soaps really do sound incredible. I was thinking that I would go check them out because these sound perfect for the guest bathroom…luckily there is one of their boutiques where I live.


  2. Heya,
    What about that bottle too. Looks wonderful
    Portia xx


  3. Where to purchase in the USA/Canada? Thank you.


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