I imagined a fragrance that would represent the Sicilian people, a perfume in which everything is exaggerated, starting with an exaggeration of Vanilla. I wanted a fragrance that would be extra large also in sensuality, but having in it the hidden dark dangerous side of Sicily.
Palermo Don Corleone fragrance notes
- vanilla, tuberose, tobacco
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Latest Reviews of Palermo Don Corleone
The tobacco hits you first,and it is quite intense.there is not so much tobacco as to make this overwhelmingly harsh and smoky,but there is certainly enough for it's dark, herbal beauty to smolder through the warm vanilla.then the tobacco meet an elegant vanilla and sensual tuberose.there is also a detectable spicy notes that add an almost cinnamon-like characteristic to the perfume as well,which really warms up the fragrance to the point where i view it as a fall and winter perfume.in the final phase,very soft and pleased smoked tobacco,vanilla and wood cam be sensed.here the vanilla note is great. in old medicinal literature, vanilla is described as an aphrodisiac and a remedy for fevers.i so agree on the aphrodisiac part but forget about the curing of fever-if anything,wearing this will be the ultimate feverish sensuality you've experienced.it is not a sickly sweet by any means.there is a dark atmosphere in it.