Fire & Ice by Revlon, Released in 1994, Fire & Ice appears in a unique bottle that resembles its name well. Most notes for this fragrance lend to its citrus and floral scent. Top notes for Fire & Ice include orange blossom, tangerine, and osmanthus.
Osmanthus is mostly native to Asia and is known for having a strong aroma. Instead of adding to the floral foundation, like the plant’s flowers would suggest, it provides a fruitier scent. It’s often compared to the apricot or peach scents. The middle notes are where you find the floral additions of orchid, magnolia, tuberose, and narcissus. Wood, amber, musk, and incense provide balance to the sweetness from the base notes.
Revlon has been a long-time pillar in the beauty community and was started by brothers in the United States. They added perfume to their products in 1935 after beginning with just nail polish in 1932 during the Great Depression.