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Come La Luna (2008)
by Bois 1920

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Come La Luna information

Year of Launch2008
GenderFeminine
AvailabilityIn Production
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People and companies

HouseBois 1920
Parent CompanySireta

About Come La Luna

Come La Luna is a feminine perfume by Bois 1920. The scent was launched in 2008

Come La Luna fragrance notes

Reviews of Come La Luna

(This is for women? The sample of Come La Luna that I got for free sure smells like what a man would wear.)

Loud cologne that mirrors scents like Giorgio Beverly Hills, Grabazzi, Quorum, and others from decades past. Starts out with a lot of promise, having a nice Italian vibe that promises to be interesting.

Alas, it ends up being another heavy menís fougere powerhouse scent that, while having decent longevity, says nothing unique nor memorable. There are many such scents out there at deep discount prices that can do the job, if this sort of cologne is your thing.
02nd May, 2017
Hyper classic (neo classic) spicy "forbidding" composition with a classically chypre aura not so far from historical pieces of "Baroque" from Aramis (JHL, Aramis, Aramis 900), Guerlain (Derby, Mitsouko), Ysl (Opium), Estee Lauder (Youth Dew, Azuree Pure), Genny (Genny Classic for woman), Piguet (Bandit), Gres (Cabochard) and "stuffs" like those. Actually Bois 1920 Come la Luna seems to "assemble" in its body several "facets" from almost all the previous old-fashioned concoctions. This fragrance is a classic mossy-chypre with plenty of spices, an hyper hesperidic/aromatic/piquant opening, a structural earthy-spicy patchouli surrounded by aromatic elements and "divinely stuffy" floral notes (jasmine in particular) and with a soapy-animalic-resinous-vaguely leathery base. Basically an old school spicy/animalic chypre with subtle final leathery accents (a fragrance, in its top and core, really close to the Aramis by Aramis's first and central stage- slightly more floral, earthier and milder). In particular rosewood, oakmoss and patchouli are pushed up and "spiced up" by plenty of cloves and pepper. Finally ambergris, honey, may be further animalic elements, jasmine/ylang-ylang, a whiff of frankincense and oakmoss swirl around a central "vintage (spicy)" patchouli in the classiest of the valzers a la Opium, Bandit or Aromatics Elixir. Not an original creation but a well appointed homage to a precious "pictorial" left back "ambience"(cultured, spicy, exotic and mystic) that will never anyway be out of style.
24th May, 2015
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United States
After an initial blast with a brash citrus note, this did calm down a bit, but I often do not care for such an unbalanced opening.

But it improves.....
The key to this fragrance, for me, is the coriander. It balances the pepper citrus with warmth, and sharpens the patch/amber of the base. It is just on the edge of SPICE!, but not overt. It is smooth jazz spice. Sitting at work, I kept thinking "this is a little too much for work - too dirty", but yet, I like it.

There is a lightness and brightness to this one also that I appreciate. It hovers just on the edge of night wear (the spice), but fine for day also. It does not feel too heavy for summer, but certainly fine in colder weather. Nice enough fragrance, but these are pricey.
25th February, 2013

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