Notte Bianca (2008)
    by Linari

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    alfarom's avatar
    Italy Italy

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    Part Hisotire De Parfums 1725, part Cacharel Pour Homme, part the woody/ambery drydown experienced in way too many fragrances of the past 20 years. All the parts are mixed together and brutally toned down to give birth to a weak and short-lived woody composition of little interest. Notte Bianca is not bad per se, smells actually pretty fine but if you consider it's from Mark Buxton and sells for 200 bucks it becomes unacceptable.

    02 November, 2011

    Kaern's avatar
    United Kingdom United Kingdom

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    German company, but the fragrances are made in Paris by a variety of perfumers. 'White Night' is an astonishing creation by Mark Buxton with a truly magical opening of aniseed and grapefruit that totally hooked me in. The long lasting drydown of woods and musks is just as nice and it lasts for seemingly ever. The range has now increased to 6 and 5 of them are really gorgeous. I love the puck like bottles as well -- topped with a cap made out of African wenge wood. Expensive, but luxury is.

    20th April, 2011

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