Oranzo is a frosty orange blossom, a flower mixed with a cascade of cool water.
A fragrance whose name comes from the Latin root 'aurantum', which means 'orange tree'. Oranzo is the name of an Italian palace hidden in the Borromean Islands, where the lush vegetation is an invitation to walk through a mysterious maze. Finally, at the end of a path, shaded by other plants, a flowering orange tree allows itself to be seen. Nestled at the base of a full, rushing waterfall, the white petals of its flowers mingle with the cool water at the source.