I was given a sample of this, but I wasn't impressed. Not that it isn't a good product, all Acqua di Parma fragrances smell good and siophisticated to me, but this one didn't pass the exam because I couldn't keep from comparing it to my biggest orange fave, Montale's Soleil de Capri. Like Arancia, Capri is orange based, but the pyramids are different in that Capri has got LOTS of herbs and a sweet note that result in a soft, candied, round and juicy orange, whereas Arancia ends up smelling cologne-y and sour, although it claims to have a caramel note to it.
If Capri really manages to bring me to a summery island, Arancia will only slightly remind me of a summer postcard, or a summery drink in a city bar.
It's also a weak fragrance. It doesn't last much on my skin and an hour after I've put it on I can only smell a faint note, more like the smell a bath gel leaves on your skin than a real fragrance, and this, for the price it costs, is really sad.
The blue bottle isn't that bad, but in the end it loses its charm.