Bourbon French Orange Blossom: Bourbon French is a 160 year old perfumery located in the French Quarter in New Orleans. I have only tried a few of their products, but they seem to tend towards a sweet, Southern style, rather like Lagniappe Oaks and Hové, two other local perfume houses. The Bourbon French Orange Blossom is sweet and feminine with a spicy kick. I tried the cologne ($17.50 for 4 oz) and the parfum ($44 for 1 oz), and actually preferred the cologne, which is light and refreshing, if not terribly long lasting, and only slightly sweet once it calms.
Jo Malone Orange Blossom: The notes are clementine leaves, orange blossom, and water lily. This starts with fresh orange juice and possibly some orange zest, and dries down to a crisp, lightly sweet white floral blend. I don't really smell any water lily, or anything leafy or green, but there are certainly other floral notes here, and it stays citrusy straight through to the end. It is a pleasant enough fragrance, but there is something a little brash about it. It doesn't captivate me.
Fragonard Fleur d’Oranger: This is one of the newer fragrances in the Naturals line, and features bergamot, jasmine & musk. I gave this a quick try awhile back and thought it was nice, but now that I have paid it some serious attention, my reaction is: meh. It starts out nicely dry and sparkling, but as it dries down, the orange blossom fades into the other notes, leaving a flat, rather nondescript musky floral.
Of the three, I prefer the Bourbon French, but I would not sell a kidney for any of these. Please comment if you have a favorite orange blossom that I haven't covered yet.