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Ferrari (Red) (1996)
by Ferrari

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Ferrari (Red) information

Year of Launch1996
GenderMasculine
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 52 votes)

People and companies

HouseFerrari
Parent CompanyInvestindustrial > Morris
Parent Company at launchSatinine

About Ferrari (Red)

Ferrari (Red) is a masculine fragrance by Ferrari. The scent was launched in 1996

Ferrari (Red) fragrance notes

Reviews of Ferrari (Red)

Wise Owl Show all reviews
United Kingdom
Ferrari by name, but not by nature

Unfortunately a very cheap and generic drugstore style scent which does not reflect the Ferrari brand name. What you get is essentially citrus top notes which then dry down to a woody style base. The notes in the pyramid do look quite interesting, but unfortunately I've not been able to detect most of them myself. On the plus side though it's a pleasant enough fragrance, there's just nothing that stands out enough for me to be able to recommend it. Even at this kind of price point you can do so much better. Ferrari do seem to have moved up a couple of gears over the past couple of years or so with the 'Essence Collection' which seem to be higher quality on the whole. So I look forward to taking those for a spin and hope for better results.

Pros: Nice bottle, inexpensive
Cons: Very ordinary smelling, poor longevity"

19th August, 2013
Italian CK One

This is CK One with a juicy big green leafy note up front and a a hint of anise trying to peak through. This would be much better if the anise was stronger and the watery green note was toned down 50%.

It's not bad if you are willing to give it a chance.

Pros: Interesting
Cons: Takes time to understand

25th June, 2013
Tony T Show all reviews
United States
simple drugstore citrus scent. no longevity or basenotes don't reveal themselves.
13th March, 2013
Conventional even if somewhat distinguished and well appointed citrusy-herbal juice with some aquatic-metallic trail at the beginning, several green-aromatic element, a floral spicy heart (mainly orris and nuttmeg) and a woody-musky virile. At the beginning the silkier and superior Buxton Black Angel jumps on mind for several of its nuances (but the Buxton's creation plays finally in a soapier and more distinguished way). The aroma shows its soul since the beginning becoming along the time just barely soapy and warmer (even because of the implemented vanilla that softens the musk) but remaining substantially the same (bitter-herbal, lemony and woody). There is a low progression among the phases and I share the "monolithic" definition with Odysseusm. The final outcome is a soapy lemonade with a delicate floral wake and a sort of bitter (herbs-tobacco veined) undertone. Go out cool and casual in a warm sunny morning in Rio de janeiro.
23rd July, 2011 (last edited: 01st February, 2015)
Sweet, citrus notes. A bit metallic at first. Simple, in fact a monolithic mound. A warm lemon cookie segues into a breezy fresh-aquatic note and a synthetic musky dry-down. Not dreadful, but not particularly interesting.
15th February, 2011
I like it, though many negative reviews. One of the first above $20 frag I bought. Warm, sweet. But never feel any needs for another bottle.
04th October, 2010

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