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Satyricon (2015)
by O'Driù


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Year of Launch2015
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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PerfumerAngelo Orazio Pregoni

About Satyricon

Satyricon is a shared / unisex perfume by O'Driù. The scent was launched in 2015 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Angelo Orazio Pregoni

Reviews of Satyricon

Opening slaps me upside the head with a bar of chocolate studded with cloves...there's an aura of a mixture of dry/earthy/bitter herb...has a piercing/pungent sort of olfactory nose feel...very earthy , like a dry dirt that was just turned over...interesting and very well done...quite a nice creation , just not to my taste...i find it to be a nice experience to sit and sample, just not something I would choose to I find with all of O'Driu: great ingrredients, exquisitely blended and has a chameleon/kaleidoscope quality of constantly changing/evolving/mutating...for me, bottom line - spicy earthy herbal semi-gourmand...and the name fits well...i can see a satyr frolicking and being his horny drunken self in the woods smelling like this...
11th March, 2018
Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom by Pier Paolo Pasolini
03rd February, 2018
In Satyricon Angelo and his collaborative team draws inspiration from Ancient Rome from a Dyonisian perspective, something that seems to appeal to the irrational, the instincts and emotions on perfumery. It's a more philosophic take on the lust and pleasure principle appeal that perfumery as whole seems to explore, but ones that promises you chaos, classic influences and a plethora of nuances and delivers it. Just like Peety, Satyricon is again a chameleonic scent and channels very different things through its presence on skin.

It opens in a weird way like some of Angelo creations, with a green humid aroma that seems to come from chamomile and sage together. This is contrasted with a very dry and burnt like leathery aroma. Once you focus on it the scents gives you a blast of spices, a duet of dry clove against a cumin that delivers here the sweat of human bodies that the description says. Then, there is the wine and food nuances, and the combination of spices and wine makes of think of mulled wine. There is an intriguing pineapple effect here that seems to go in and out of focus on the first moments of the development. Then it's replaced by a riped plum aroma that seems to give with the clove and a dry amber background a sort of vintage chypre aura. But Satyricon is here to enjoy the ride, so it shifts again into something more resinous and vanilla like, a very cozy and languid base after the sensory overload of the first moments on skin.
15th April, 2017
This does smell of Eva Kant after HGH Therapy. Perhaps not in as much the composition, as the notes here are just as mysterious, having you contemplate what you smell of all day long! For that, O’Driu is one of the best! Thumbs Up!
23rd November, 2015
This is far more powerful than the Eva Kant I am sampling on my left arm today. The silage is quite incredible!

Lots of citrus, but there is something else...I'm not sure, but it makes me like it, because citrus is typically not my thing for smell. When I breathe really deep, I smell some resins. Perhaps some pine?

This leans masculine. I wouldn't mind smelling this on my husband.
27th September, 2015
Fix to the gloomy chaos that is TDH Parfum.
A continuance of the playful foray of the triplets Ven,Det,Ta.
More, is the refined view of the acidic sweetness of fruit,matured.
Hint to the return to the savoury.
Whispers of a sinister note present in some of Ellen Covey's work.
All, that I have tasted from the "clown", this delights with it's attention to detail, together with the demand for emotional response.
Pregoni continues to entertain.
05th September, 2015 (last edited: 09th January, 2017)

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