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  • 28th July 2012, 10:51 PM
    Suspended
    Nice to see the wonderful Ortigia get a mention, though, it's a pity you chose to mention Corallo which was discontinued over a year ago.

    Their Sicilian Lime is a real burst of tart freshness and their Ambra Nera is a great winter comfort; deep, dark and constantly transforming.

    Very excited about their new Florio scent. I've tried the shower gel and it was beautiful, with strong notes of narcissus, passiflora, wild Iris and bougainvillea. I'm not usually a fan of florals but this is so clean and fresh, can't wait to get my hands on a bottle.
  • 20th June 2012, 10:49 PM
    Bossa Nova
    I enjoyed reading this very much.

    Thank you.
  • 19th June 2012, 08:34 PM
    Zerby

    Re: Article: A Survey of Italian Colognes

    Quote Originally Posted by LaNose View Post
    Aqua di Selva is a very favorite of mine. Cuts through heat and humidity like a Samurai sword. Good stuff!
    I agree. It's one of my favorites too. I'm suprised Krizia wasn't mentioned.
  • 19th June 2012, 12:55 PM
    LaNose
    Aqua di Selva is a very favorite of mine. Cuts through heat and humidity like a Samurai sword. Good stuff!
  • 19th June 2012, 09:25 AM
    Foustie
    My eyes lit up when I saw this article. I am very fond of Italian Cologne and I have several. Thanks to your article I now have more to explore!
  • 19th June 2012, 07:21 AM
    neo_angel
    i love colognes like acqua di parma - essenza di colonia
  • 19th June 2012, 06:39 AM
    iodine

    Re: Article: A Survey of Italian Colognes

    Brava B&B, bell'articolo e bella bandiera profumata!
    (I say: interesting and well written article and funny perfumed Italian flag!)
  • 18th June 2012, 11:46 PM
    mnaonbn
    Thank you for this informative and enjoyable article. I for one very much like "a little boringly 'retro' or barbershop-like" perfumes. They are simple and thus elegant yet comforting, all of which works to evoke an immediate emotional connection that is positive and relatable. My goodness...what more could anyone want from a perfume?
  • 18th June 2012, 09:30 PM
    30 Roses
    Interesting read, thank you! I'll have to ask my mother, who grew up in Italy in the 1930s, if she knows Felce Azurra.
  • 18th June 2012, 09:21 PM
    HDD8

    Re: Article: A Survey of Italian Colognes

    Nicely written and informative. Thank you.
  • 18th June 2012, 04:38 PM
    Marika Vecchiattini

    Article: A Survey of Italian Colognes

    You can view the page at http://www.basenotes.net/content/118...-Vecchiattini?

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