Casamorati Fiore d'Ulivo by Xerjoff

Very luscious, vibrant and alive, that's how I would describe this scent.
Great projection and longevity on the Mrs.
A real head turner for this guy. A shame the Mrs doesn't seem to like it.

Teint de Neige by Lorenzo Villoresi

I've heard from several perfume vendors that this perfume is the bestseller of the Villoresi house.

It smells massively of roses and talcum powder. It smells sweet. It smells ... old.

In fact my wife is exceedingly fond of this perfume (she uses the Edt). When she has freshly applied it, I can literally not smell the perfume I am wearing that day. In itself I don't find it a bad scent, it just smells ... too much!

Tirrenico by Profumi del Forte

This perfume makes me smile. Even thinking about wearing it makes me smile.

It is a perfect little gem for those who like the fresher 'aquatic' scents.

I'm not good at identifying individual components, but apart from the aquatic notes, I can clearly discern the fennel and something flowery (I take it it's the Jasmine) in there.

It has enough staying power for me. The first few hours it projects well enough , without being too much 'in-your-face', after that it stays comfortably close to my skin.

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