Casamorati Dolce Amalfi 
Xerjoff (2017)

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Reviews of Casamorati Dolce Amalfi by Xerjoff

Dolce Amalfi by Xerjoff is a romantic composition which sailing over the sunny Campania tells beautiful stories and evokes even more beautiful memories.

Situated south of the bustling Naples, the rocky Amalfi Coast has been a magnet for adventurous travellers since time immemorial, luring them with its fascinating wildlife, a stunning contrast between the gentle blue of the Tyrrhenian Sea and the austerity of the rocky cliffs, the cool shade of lush forests and the charm of picturesque towns.

The atmosphere and climate of Amalfi is reflected in the sweetness of the juicy fruit opening of Dolce Amalfi with notes of apple, saffron, cardamom and cloves, the resinous accord of tolu balm, the warmth of incense and the velvety softness of tonka beans, vanilla ambergris and musk.
Aug 8, 2020

I don’t know why I was expecting bitter almonds. What a shock to smell the sea upon spraying. And then, a few seconds later, another shock: the sea breeze had transformed into a tutti frutti bubblegum, with spices. Such a great story!
May 14, 2020

Utterly gorgeous, luminous, juicy, spicy, resinous fragrance that is pure magic on my skin. It does have bubblegummy (yes, at the surface level it does smell like Juicy Fruit, albeit the most luxurious Juicy Fruit you could possibly imagine) ice creamy shades, but only a smidge - this is a complex fragrance with facets that reveal themselves only after repeated wearings. My first few wearings were dominated by the fruity quince, apple, vanilla, and spices (still a potent and delicious combination), but now the incense and tolu balsam stick out to my nose, making this an even more beautiful and nuanced composition. One thing has remained prevalant throughout my testing of Dolce Amalfi, however, and that is a lovely vanilla - silky, buttery smooth - that leaves an irrestibile aroma in its wake. I am plowing headlong through my 5ml decant and will without doubt be coughing up the cowries for at least a 30ml bottle, only around $100. As far as I know, of the Casamorati line only Dolce Amalfi and Mefisto are available in 30ml, and as much I love fragrances like 1888, Fiero, Regio, and Italica, my wallet cringes at their price tags. But for ~$100 at 30ml, I can still own this beautiful fragrance from the oh-so-wonderful but oh-so-expensive house of Xerjoff. If you're looking for a truly unique, impeccably blended, fruity, complex, and totally unisex warm weather fragrance, look no further than Dolce Amalfi.
Jun 23, 2019

What an amazing fragrance by Xerjoff!

Fruity with a woodsy bite; just received as a blind buy and I am thoroughly impressed. Dolce Amalfi is creamy, slightly sweet with a citusy feel but as it dry downs you get this woodsy sensation that really comes alive on the your skin.
Jan 26, 2019

For me, Dolce Amalfi by Xerjoff has an aromatherapeutic effect, as if I was taking essential oils of apples and spices and lavishing in it. It isn't a typical gourmand scent, but it well could be but for the presence of otherwise pleasant tolu balsam's resinous touch, smoky incense, cedar starchiness, muskiness, and amber's powderiness.

Otherwise, Dolce Amalfi has a balsamic feel, warm and lovely, fit for wear by men or women. Great longevity with moderate sillage, this is a scent that's worth checking out.
Jan 5, 2019

Certain quarters have been in a kind of rapture about Dolce Amalfi, THIS, they say, is the promised one. Eager to add my own alleluia, I sent out for a sample. What came back was a down home kitchen kind of thing – not quite apple pie, but perhaps as safe and warming as.
Dolce Amalfi oozes a kind of cooked fruit pulp of triple smoothness. Apple and quince are the notes mentioned, and my nose picks out much more of the former which is a shame, as a kitchen permeated by the aroma of bubbling quince can be quite something. A streak of spice runs through it, but again so smooth and creamy, that is blends right in rather than manspreading. The saffron note is that of milky puddings, the cardamom brings its usual cooling sophistication and there are cloves, but they seem satiny rather than firebrands. Underneath is a pillow of mild vanilla and clean musk.
Dolce Amalfi is a curious thing – a gourmand perfume that doesn’t read as a gourmand perfume. The fruity spicy notes somehow don’t make the wearer feel that they have been baked into a giant crumble, rather this is a restful, reviving bath in something so silky and luxurious it is easy to say yes to its charms.
However, just when I was toying with thoughts that I might spring for a small bottle of this stuff, came the sad realization that Dolce Amalfi is top-loaded, and after a few hours will subside into a powdery, slightly resinous, vanilla-and-tonka nothing.
Nov 9, 2018

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