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A less shadowy and more "marine" new Bvlgari Aqua that smells like a less dense, less woody, more sweet-salty kind of fragrance. Lacking of the depth of woodsy-coniferous elements, of some other woods and grey amber this one exudes a lighter, fresher, more ozonic-marine kind of smell. In my opinion it is by far less intriguing than the great grey predecessor which keeps that sort of mountainy-piney cool touch that on the side of amber and woods turned that as a more obscure and woodsy kind of deeper fragrance. The lighter version stresses the fruits on the top (the grapefruit is prominent with neroli and a sort of mellon smell) and the seaweeds while pulls apart some woods and ambergris. No comparisons with the original.
25 May, 2011 (Last Edited: 07 October, 2011)