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Bianco (2011)
by Bruno Acampora


Bianco information

Year of Launch2011
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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HouseBruno Acampora

About Bianco

Bianco is a shared / unisex perfume by Bruno Acampora. The scent was launched in 2011

Bianco fragrance notes

Reviews of Bianco

I cannot remember being so overwhelmed by a fragrance(this usually happen only with my vintage perfumes).Bianco is a beautiful floral, citrusy ,powdery chypre.It developes minute by minute on the skin into a sublime ,rich fragrance.I am not good at describing perfumes but I had to share my impression of a such high quality fragrance.The first time I wore it I received two compliments , both described it as an 'expensive' smelling perfume.Unfortunately,it is,or I would gladly bathe in it.
12th July, 2014 (last edited: 14th July, 2014)
Pureness, transparency, white floral muskiness, supreme chypre (neo-classic) elegance. An explosion of subtle floral elements over the most sophisticated musk/light amber/patchouli basic accord. Divine. Bianco is an Acampora's creation and it means top quality ingredients (for instance here the musk is perfection) and huge italian craftsmanship. Bianco is a floral-chypre extremely clean, musky and sophisticated with its soapy/musky "white" olfactory basement mastered by extremely refined floral patterns (jasmine and lily in particular) and gorgeous bergamot/patchouli. The note of musk is the great protagonist, the best quality of musk rendered out so softly balmy, so rosey, so spicy/exotic, so laundry/soapy, so glamour, highly sophisticated and modern. The well rounded soapy musk/vanilla (with a ghostly and sapiently dosed vanilla, just barely detectable) performs a subtle cherry undertone, like a sort of "mure et musc" (blackberries and musk) secret spark. The fruity/musky accord is extremely sensual in its background while the projected wake appears hallmarked by sweet spices, rounding tonka, ylang-ylang and white flowers. Magic as being a new-age cleaner sort of V&A First. I detect the rosey "neutrality" but creamy sambac jamine and spicy ylang-ylang are the stars in here. Be sure that purchasing an Acampora one you are going to own a fragrance which is qualified to sweep away thousands of more celebrated "waters" here on the cultured Basenotes.
29th April, 2014 (last edited: 30th August, 2015)

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