Armani Eau d'Arômes was launched in February 2014. The fragrance has citrus top notes (mandarin, bergamot), followed by spices (ginger, chill, cardamom) over a base of vetiver, patchouli and ambergris.

The fragrance is a follow up to 1984's Armani Eau pour Homme, and more recently – 2013's Armani Eau de Nuit.

Giorgio Armani say:

An effortless and richly textured spicy-woody fragrance for a luxurious evasion. Fresh, citrus top notes of bergamot and mandarin orange are brightened with ginger. At its heart, cardamom, sage and hot chili pepper collide with the dry crispness of vetiver, over a sensual patchouli and rare ambergris accord

Armani Eau d'Arômes fragrance notes

  • Head

    • bergamot, mandarin, ginger
  • Heart

    • cardamom, sage, chill pepper
  • Base

    • vetiver, patchouli, ambergris

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This is like a joyous slice of sunlight for gothic hearts.quite chemical but it realy isn't too takes an old school masculine concept and transforms that into a modern,fresh, uplifting and friendly has a citrus with reach component which will make everyone to fall in love with.

The opening is crisp sour citrus.i get lots of bergamot with a big hint of ginger as well.the heart is a cacophony of aromatic notes.i get hints of mandarin orange,a touch of cardamom and hints of spicy pepper. the base is fairly uneventful.some woods like vetiver and a bit of patchouli.the performance is average.
25th November 2021
In essence, this is a fresh and powerful scent that appeals to me.
But what makes it hard for me to like is the "potpourri" kind of scent (probably patchouli related) that reminds me of old ladies.
13th March 2020

I really like this. The individual notes are nothing new but the blend and balance of the different notes is really nicely and delicately done, and the result is a scent that's far greater than the sum of its parts and the note list - a warm, soft-edged almost orange-citrus-ambery accord, that's like a less dirty, warmer, less bitter Terre d'Hermes. The result is a very delightful, wearable versatile fragrance.
10th October 2019
Smells fine but is totally generic; it's yet another citrus and musk scent that's been done a hundred times in the past decade.
25th August 2018
Tried a sample of Armani Eau d'Arômes, after enjoying the Armani Eau de Nuit flanker. definitely offers the wearer citrus elements (bergamot and mandarin orange), paired up with interesting "hot" spicy elements like ginger, chili pepper, and cardamom. Sage adds a nice additional "tamer" spicy note. The vetiver is toned down a bit by the patchouli, yet another bright note in this fragrance. The idea seems to be of a warmer weather scent, along the lines of, say, Chrome Pure.

I'm not too keen on the way Eau d'Arômes ends up with a fruity-spicy character warmed by vetiver that seems to fade pretty quickly. The patchouli still lingers, but it's as if the main players of this scent were playing music on a moving flatbed truck and passed you by into absentia.

I sense the dna of the other Armani Eau fragrances here, though that fact can't altogether rescue this fleeting scent. Not a bad idea totally, just not my thing.
5th August 2018
This is a nice spring and summer fragrance that may lend itself to the fall as well. Nothing offensive to the nose and does start with a solid citrus mix with vetiver and ginger in the drydown. I do get a slight patchouli wave here and there in the dry down as well. Overall I do like it... Not sure that I love it... For the price it's ok to blind buy if you are in need of a warm weather scent. Otherwise TRY BEFORE YOU BUY. Enjoy!
12th June 2017
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