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Lancetti Uomo (1985)
by Lancetti


Lancetti Uomo information

Year of Launch1985
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People and companies

Parent CompanySchiapparelli Pikenz
Parent Company at launchR.P. Denis

About Lancetti Uomo

Lancetti Uomo is a masculine fragrance by Lancetti. The scent was launched in 1985

Reviews of Lancetti Uomo


As mentioned, it is a very dry chypre. I only recommend this for either a collector or a fraghead crazy for 80's scents. Darvant's review pegged all the notes correctly. Interestingly, in my mind there is a more than passing resemblance to Davidoff by Davidoff (1984), albeit a "Light" version.

20th May, 2013
extremely poor on sillage, the fragrance itsel si interesting and sexy with no overblown notes. Sillage is extremely poor, needs to be overapplied, over and over and over!
05th August, 2012
I loved a lot IL Lancetti in the 90's going for clubs at night but in a while that sweet and ambery fragrance disappeared leaving me sad and my  dear friend Alessandro (a fond IL's wearer) very disconsolate. Few years later i found out on the shelves this new fragrance from Lancetti (i thought was new but it was created before IL) and i hoped  it was a renewed version (with new packaging) of the old IL. I noticed immediately after the first spray that the fragrance was new and differend, lacking the IL's mysterious and modern herbal-oriental dust and introducing on the contrary a sharp, really woody, cedary and astringent kind of masculinity centralized over a classic mossy and woody floor, with discreet floral whiffs of rose and geranium, with the initial presence of citrus-lavender, aromatic herbs and sharp spices. The scent itself is more than pleasant and distinguished but in my opinion too common and traditional. Not bad anyway and unfortunately discontinued.
14th March, 2012
A dry woody chypre with a rose note. A bit more bearable than other designer rose chypres (GFF Uomo for one in fact it's quite similar). What makes this a intriguing rose chypre is the non-animalic musk note at the bottom. Polished musk I'd say with a touch of sweet but with all the dirty greenness of the oakmoss and woods it clashes a little with the rest of the fragrance. But how interesting would things be if all was balanced equally all the time? Still, some of the notes are a little brash but still smells unique and good.

Since it's discontinued and little hard to find, get a mini to try it out if you are a fan of rose and oakmoss.
27th October, 2009

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