Valentino Donna Born in Roma fragrance notes

  • Head

    • blackcurrant, bergamot
  • Heart

    • jasmine grandiflorum, jasmine sambac, jasmine tea
  • Base

    • bourbon vanilla, cashmeran, guaiac wood

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I feel like there were a lot of Women’s fragrances that came out in the past few years featuring black currant. I also feel like I probably bought a lot of them. While I do thoroughly enjoy this lil baby, it’s probably the least remarkable of the black currant, modern sweet florals that I own. That won’t stop me from wearing it as I do think it’s entirely pleasant, I just don’t think this one says anything strongly enough to give it its own identity among the masses of similar scents. It is pretty, and I think you’d be hard pressed to find any situation where this would be seen as offensive… so it’s a definite easy reach, but it’s kind of ehhh to me. A likable ehhh but an ehhh just the same.

Well there… it’s happened again. Edit as of April 2, 2023: turned into a full on love. It’s a veritable Goldilocks of scents… just right in all the ways. Love it. And when I walk my dog and the wind blows… I smell so pretty it makes me gasp. Thank goodness my dog doesn’t judge me.
2nd May 2022
It's not as unique or as elegant as the original Valentino Donna - but it's really pleasant and maybe even addictive. It's maybe a bit generic in its sexy sultry feminine sweetness, but it's really a pleasure to smell. The jasmine/vanilla duo is alluring, full and enveloping, and later it dries down to something woodier and more unisex, yet still lovely. Nice.
28th October 2020