In the same vein (I mean in part aromatically but far more conceptually) as juices a la Grigioperla, Pomellato Uomo and partially Guy Laroche Horizon this fragrance is a hyper dry fluidy (aqueous) aromatic concoction mainly based on fresh vetiver and patchouli (probably ambergris and moss too). Forza opens with a classic and really green/lemony bergamot-lavender accord soon fresh because of aromatic spices/herbs (juniper berries, mint, probably sage and verbena), probably ozonic synthetic molecules and bracing cypress. The latter, as connected with citrus green leaves, provides a deep dark/green sort of woodsy atmosphere all around. In this phase the aroma smells classic and highly aromatic (vague conjurations about the classic Enrico Coveri Pour Homme too) and is immediately hallmarked by a subtle dry spicy vibe which provides dusty-fluidy darkness and austerity. Dark woods and further sharp woody-animalic patterns provide a somber type of dynamic virility, really energetic and somewhat sporty-like. Lamborghini Forza is basically a more than decent cheap "easy" concoction which unfortunately lasts just a flash on my "thirsty" skin.