Neroli Portofino is a very popular modern take on the classic cologne. Neroli is used in a vast number of men’s fragrances as a basic note, and in women’s fragrances often as an accent. In traces or overdose it is exceedingly beautiful.
This formula takes the Tom Ford iteration of a cologne and ramps it up for a truly extraordinary scent. This is a very expensive version of Neroli Portofino. As you will see it really does revolve around a base of musks and an overdose of natural orange blossom ingredients.
This formula based off GCMS data, insider knowledge, and my own additions (mainly to add a few modern touches of great beauty). You will see that it includes very high amounts of various naturals and so I have included links or suggestions to alternatives if you want to make a lower cost version (that will be closer to what Tom Ford sells as the amount of naturals I use is prohibitive for a department store fragrance). For a truly elegant, luxurious, and “private label” type fragrance, I recommend using all of the ingredients as listed.
For more information and to buy the formula for Tom Ford’s Neroli Portofino, go here: