Pomelo fragrance notes

  • Head

    • Pink Pomelo, Rose
  • Heart

    • Clove, Vetiver
  • Base

    • Suede, Patchouli

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Latest Reviews of Pomelo

This is a beautiful scent, especially the first spray. If you like Jo Malone London Grapefruit, you're likely to like this, too. I love citrus scents and am wary of patchouli, but both of these fragrances blend them in a very appealing way.

Like many other Jo Malone perfumes--both from Jo Malone London and Jo Loves--Pomelo does not last long on the skin. That's not something I mind, since I like the option to change fragrances in the middle of the day. But if you are a stickler for longevity, you'll want to take that into account.
23rd July 2020
For a few minutes this smells like a beautiful, tropical grapefruit. Then it morphs into a standard laundry-clean white musk with a hint of what might be a very light suede. Then it disappears completely after a couple of hours. Would be lovely if those top notes lasted.
28th June 2018

A really good crossover that is probably better worn in slightly a more sophisticated circumstance than say a Hells Angels Convention.
Pomelo is a wonderful ephemeral fragrance, it does not possess great longevity, about two to three hours on the skin and longer on clothing, but in the London shop they told me about four hours often longer.
The Sillage appears to be about thirty minutes depending on how much you put on, but this is not the point. The real reason for wearing Pomelo is what it does to your senses the moment you apply it, it is beautiful beyond belief and almost makes one feel immortal. It certainly turns heads to the extent that women ask what it is and where I got it.
Whilst in the shop I tried others from the range but this for me was the head and shoulders stand-out.
Meanwhile there was an email today announcing the launch of a new Jo Loves fragrance, it is called Mandrine, it sounds rather exciting, hopefully it is a crossover.
4th May 2016