Magnolia Infinita fragrance notes

  • Head

    • calabrian bergamot, orange, lemon
  • Heart

    • jasmine sambac, magnolia, rose, ylang ylang
  • Base

    • musk, patchouli

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I have endured a love-hate relationship with Acqua Di Parma fragrances...okay, primarily a love relationship. But as others have cited, their recent target group, marketing strategies and price points leave me bewildered.

So, my husband entered our bedroom just after I applied this lovely perfume and he said, "Oh wow...I smell lots and lots of fresh squeezed orange citrus." Yup. MAGNOLIA & BERGAMOT BOMB.

Straight up magnolia with lots of bergamot and citrus is how this perfume undeniably opens. I have loved and worn Magnolia Nobile and while I am not a perfume expert, I definitely detect a few major differences. On me, Magnolia Nobile wears more lemon-y citrus, woodier and milky-warm creamier than Magnolia Infinita. MI opens strong with the aforementioned notes and within 5 minutes morphs into a sweetly bloomed jasmine, tuberose, ylang-ylang, white floral fragrance. And FWIW, despite my efforts to detect patchouli and musk, if said notes are present, I do not easily spot them.

Huge magnolia, lots of jasmine, repeating white floral bouquet with hints of something dewy and green. MI is not powdery and "heady" as Magnolia Nobile can be. With that said, I think Magnolia Nobile is a more complex fragrance than Magnolia Infinita. In some regards, Magnolia Infinita wears more veil-like, thinner and a bit more ethereal than does Magnolia Nobile. I do love the heady woods, amber, vanilla, patchouli, etc that makes MN what it is. Nonetheless, I like both perfumes very much.

So, longevity is okay at 5-6 hours (skin scent) and silage is fair.

Not sure if it's really for me but I snagged a full bottle of Magnolia Infinita at a very decent price. I'll see how Magnolia Infinita wears over the next few months.
5th June 2023