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    I'm not quite sure what to make of this oriental, it doesn't really remind me of any other oriental I've tried (though Sarjeet thinks there is some similarity to Minatour). It's got a rose note in the middle of it, which is probably what makes it different from most (it's a bit harsher than the rose note in Ungaro 111).

    In the actual wearing, I liked it more than in my wrist test, with it developing the same kind of refined feel about as the original Kiton.
    Renato

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    I just got this last night in a swap...VERY NICE.
    I agree that it doesn't smell like anything else (that I have)
    I haven't given it a full wear but will tomorrow...had to go with Bleecker St. today.

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    Well, I guess that makes it three out of three so far who think it's an unusual scent.

    I can't understand where this scent has been hiding. People here have tried the most obscure of scents around the place, but Napoli seems to have fallen completely off the radar.
    Renato

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renato
    I'm not quite sure what to make of this oriental, it doesn't really remind me of any other oriental I've tried (though Sarjeet thinks there is some similarity to Minatour).
    Is Minatour similar to Minotaure?
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    I think it is much closer to Dali Laguna than Minotaure.

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    Do you think that it deserves its over the top price ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stuigi
    I think it is much closer to Dali Laguna than Minotaure.
    I've just sprayed these two on the back of my hands.
    I don't think they're much alike at all, other than they that both a bit of bite to them.
    Renato

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    Quote Originally Posted by pluran
    Is Minatour similar to Minotaure?
    Possibely

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoVolante
    Do you think that it deserves its over the top price ?
    It only cost me just over A$80 for a 75ml bottle at Strawberrynet, which is slightly dearer than normal, but isn't anywhere as dear as the niche ones they sell there.
    Renato

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