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Profumum Roma Acqua Viva Perfume Review

Profumum Roma Acqua Viva Perfume Review

Profumum Roma Acqua Viva Eau de Parfum is for lemon lovers; it starts with bright, zesty lemons with a hint of greenness before citrus blossoms emerge. The lemon turns almost candied at times, which lasted for four hours, and then the citrus florals started to takeover until they were the star in...

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Profumum Acqua e Zucchero Perfume Review

Profumum Acqua e Zucchero Perfume Review

Profumum Roma Acqua e Zucchero Eau de Parfum is a sweet affair of sticky, syrupy red fruits and caramel-vanilla that took awhile to decide which direction it wanted to dry down in. There was a whisper of citrus florals, but they came and went, sometimes sweeter and airier, and other times, almost...

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Profumum Battito d'Ali Perfume Review

Profumum Battito d'Ali Perfume Review

Profumum Roma Battito d'Ali Eau de Parfum was a blend of soft cocoa powder with orange blossom and creamy, almost milky, vanilla. It evoked the fading aroma of a baked chocolate-and-orange cake--not so sweet that it was cake-like, because there was a sweet, lightly spiced woody undertone that kept...

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Profumum Neroli Perfume Review

Profumum Neroli Perfume Review

Profumum Roma Neroli Eau de Parfum is ode to neroli! Warm, fragrant orange blossoms that were lighter and airier initially and then headier, more honeyed as the myrrh married with the neroli. The notes are:

  • top notes: neroli, orange blossom
  • heart notes: bitter orange, petit-grain
  • base notes: myrrh

It...

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Profumum Orangea Perfume Review

Profumum Orangea Perfume Review

Profumum Roma Orangea Eau de Parfum is a highly aromatic, zesty take on citrus with an emphasis on the pith and rind, rather than the juice. There was the unmistakable scent of orange blossoms in the air, but they were one component that was highlighted. Orangea felt like the full picture of fresh...

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Profumum Olibanum Perfume Review

Profumum Olibanum Perfume Review

Profumum Olibanum Eau de Parfum is an ode to incense, myrrh, and sandalwood with citrus that weaves in and out of the composition, sometimes asserting itself as tarter, more lemon-like and later on, more like orange blossoms with a sweet floral quality. Incense was the strongest player for most of...

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Profumum Confetto Perfume Review

Profumum Confetto Perfume Review

Profumum Roma Confetto Eau de Parfum is a creamy, almond-vanilla duo that starts its journey with spicy, aromatic anise that is gradually joined, and then overtaken, by darker amber and musk. While a sweet, nutty fragrance, it was nowhere near as sweet as some of the more gourmand perfumes by...

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Profumum Antico Caruso Perfume Review

Profumum Antico Caruso Perfume Review

Profumum Roma Antico Caruso Eau de Parfum starts off with bright citrus and lavender before almonds added a nutty, creaminess and enhanced a hint of spiced vanilla. As it wore on, it was nuttier, woodier, and smoother as the sandalwood married with the almond and left the citrus behind.

Profumum had a...

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Profumum Dolce Acqua Perfume Review

Profumum Dolce Acqua Perfume Review

Profumum Roma Dolce Acqua Eau de Parfum is primarily a scent dedicated to creamy, cherry-almond and vanilla that goes from incredibly sweet to more lightly spiced vanilla over time. There was some powderiness about mid-way through but didn't linger through the drydown, which was characterized by...

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Profumum Dambrosia Perfume Review

Profumum Dambrosia Perfume Review

Profumum Roma Dambrosia Eau de Parfum is a love letter to figs from its earlier, greener stages to its jammier, ripened fruit. At times, it was grassy, then milky, almost like coconut, before sweetening, becoming jammier, and sitting on a creamy, almond nuttiness. The sandalwood played a minimal...

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