Palladio (2000)
    by Fragluxe






    Palladio Fragrance Notes

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    Tony T
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    i had the michael angelo one also not fragluxe. the best thing about it was the cap. hand carved medieval times looking piece of art. anyway the scent is very light and not bad. a bit synthetic and heavy on the bergamot.

    03 November, 2008

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    SirSlarty
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    Synthetic metallic citrus with no body to it whatsoever, Run of the mill spice (lavender, rosemary) and citrus (bergamot). Too light to even be detectable.

    08 June, 2008

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    I am not sure if it's the same stuff that Foetidus is writing about; I have a sample vial that says Palladio/Michaelangelo. Well, no matter, I like it. It reminds me of Gianfranco Ferre pour homme; bright, light, Italian and mostly pleasant. There's an undertone of bug spray but I don't mind. Good for a party on the deck!

    12 March, 2007

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    There's not really much to say about Palladio. It can be described in few words and even fewer concepts: The opening is made up of pure lavender and bergamot synthetics and metallic cheapness, so bad that it makes the worst Hugo fragrances seem 100% natural. The citruses in the middle notes wait for the synthetic top notes to expire just so they, too, can offer their synthetic and metallic cheapness to the fragrance. If I could smell any dry down, I’ll bet that they would be revoltingly synthetic and metallic, too.

    18 January, 2007

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