Infusion Mandarine, a newcomer to Prada’s iconic collection
The biggest perfume and luxury brands often have two subcategories of perfumes. On the one hand, there are totally individual juices, kinds of much anticipated blockbusters. On the other, there are the large collections of perfumes. Among the most emblematic assortments of our time, Infusions de Prada is widely talked about year after year. This collection of essences is on the borderline of eras. It highlights ancestral know-how while associating it with modern creative techniques. Each of the juices that make up this collection showcases a particular ingredient. With this niche fragrance , the focus is on citrus with the new Mandarin Infusion.
Mandarin Infusion, a sun-drenched juice
Mandarin Infusion is an unexpected fragrance because it is the very first fresh water in the range to enhance citrus fruit. This scent has a timeless aura and evokes the explosive sensation of a fresh mandarin that has just been picked and enjoyed in the sun. To achieve such olfactory power, Prada has mixed innovative extraction techniques with traditional art. The result is a very invigorating aroma, both vegetal and bitter. The latter is completed by the presence of orange, neroli and opoponax, for a warmer and balsamic finish.
Prada’s sleek, sleek bottle
Like all the juices in the Infusions de Prada collection, Infusion Mandarine is presented to us in a sober and refined bottle, to which it is almost impossible to give an age. What is more, as if to make it even more timeless, it is decorated with the original Prada coat of arms, created in 1913. The base of this container is now tinted in an orange color reminiscent of tangerine. This shade is subtly reflected even in its hood for a visual effect that is both sparkling and solar.