eau de parfum
3 x 10 ml  0,34 fl.oz


The Portuguese word for Gold.


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Oiro is the Portuguese word for Gold. Made with the rarest and most expensive Indian jasmine absolute, which by itself is worth more gold than its own weight, is the dream of a perfumer.

A shimmering dream in the sunlight, the expression of extreme elegance and sensuality. A fragrance that envelops the wearer in an aura of sweetness and mystery.

Green Mandarin from Calabria, sweet peas, spices, jasmine absolute of India, the Somali incense, heliotrope, vetiver Haiti, ylang ylang from Comoros Islands, absolute immortelle Spanish cedar wood, musk, amber.

1 review for OIRO

  1. Just like the name implies, Oiro is golden. Big white florals heavy on jasmine and indoles can go horribly wrong or blindingly gorgeous.Mona di Orio has knack for opulent perfumes with an animalic base unlike anything else currently on the market. Her perfumes smell of skin, ripeness and larger than life flower bouquets and are as non-apologetic as anything can be. Oiro illuminates jasmine, just like Carnation is a study of skin and musk. It takes you to some fantasy land where everyone is 80s style glamorous, attending decadent parties all night long and lounge in the shade of cool patios during the day.

    Despite the hint of debauchery, Oiro isn’t dark and doesn’t loom on the skin. It’s alive and surprisingly sheer and sparkling. I was expecting the ylang-ylang to go creamy, but instead the vetiver note holds a certain crispness that I find very appealing and makes this Mona di Orio scent easy to wear on a summer day, as long as you don’t have an immortelle aversion.

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