Armani Code Profumo fragrance notes

  • Head

    • green mandarin, green apple, cardamom
  • Heart

    • orange blossom, lavender, nutmeg
  • Base

    • tonka bean, amber, leather

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I've had a lot of fragrances just like this one, some better, some worse. This is pretty mediocre, all things considered, at a high-end designer price. I think the primary difference is that while others of all price ranges (Abercrombie & Fitch First Instinct Together, Paco Rabanne 1 Million come to mind) tend to be brighter and louder, Armani Code Profumo is more laid-back and chilled out. For some this hits the sweet (pun intended) spot. It's a pass for me.
10th May 2022
Powdery tonka, hints of aromatic lavender and spicy (somewhat peppery-cinnamonic) amber provide a piquant "dusty" masculine trait while a sort of citric caramellous fruitinness elicits that sort of bubblegum sweetness of which several reviewers are talking about. Drydown smells slightly powdery/sugary (with a synth mandarine-tone) with hints of kind of "pencil-shavings" woods, vanilla and leather. Strong longevity and projection on my skin. A dynamic modern juice which could work either as signature office choice or as a night out olfactory solution. Yes, an exceedingly synthetic laboratory-creation, finally somewhat linear and in line with many spicy/sweet woody-leathery modern creations (Mont Blanc Legend Night or CH Men Privé Carolina Herrera to quote several).
9th January 2021

The best winter gourmand in existence.

Not sure why people rate based on how sweet & heavy a scent is- you know once winter comes your scents should be sweet to punch through the cold right? Shouldn't your rating be based on using it the season its intended for?

With that said this is an incredibly balanced, sophisticated, rich, luxurious, intoxicating, sweet, balanced, unique smell for the colder weather.

Think of the original code DNA mixed with chocolate powdered doughnuts. Think Jean Paul Gaultier Le Male 1995 but instead of vanilla swap it out with chocolate. That is Armani Code Profumo!

I got a big 200ml bottle because this can virtually be used anywhere when it's cold; casual, work, dates, clubbing, it's that versatile. It's not loud like Ultra Male but not tame (and boring) like the original code.

It's fresh, chill, sophisticated, sexy, sweet, alluring, attention grabbing all in one. I am shocked this dna can pull off every occasion at once.

A true masterpiece!

23rd November 2020
Armani Code with a hefty dose of bubble gum. Uninspiring, and boring.
20th March 2020
I understand that if this is not your kind of just isn't,but I do love it. I feel like it's aimed at people that don't like the excessive sweetness of fragrances like One Million but don't want an excessively mature fragrance either, just somewhere in between, it smells amazing to me and I still got to find a woman that doesn't compliment this fragrance.
31st January 2020
Code Profumo is not the sophisticated, mature fragrance I was expecting (fragrance ads are just about the least informative thing in the world). It's a powdery clubbing scent for sure. Not as screechy as 1Million or other big names, but it's not something I've enjoyed either. Tonka is the note that leads the show, but everything I usually love about it is masked by powder and splenda. Pretty samey to be honest.
16th September 2019
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