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    Default Nasomatto bottles come with a sprayer?

    Does anyone know whether the nasomatto bottles come with a sprayer or do you have to dab the stuff on? I tried googling for a picture with the cap off but my google skills have failed me... A picture would be even better!

    Thanks!

    P.S.: to avoid this thread being finished after one reply, what do you think of Duro in comparison to Black Aoud? The two smell remarkably similar to me though the Duro lasts a good bit longer on my skin and lacks the rose of BA.
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    Default Re: Nasomatto bottles come with a sprayer?

    Yes it comes with a sprayer.. With regards to Black Aoud, I haven't tried it yet so I can't give you an honest assessment. Someone else may have to chime in and give their feedback on those two.

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    Default Re: Nasomatto bottles come with a sprayer?

    If you're considering Duro, be sure to give Parfumerie Generale's L'eau Guerriere a try. Duro with some of its intensity toned down while still retaining the masculinity many favor and revere in Duro and added with some sweet amber, giving it another dimension and taking it another direction.

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    Default Re: Nasomatto bottles come with a sprayer?

    I much prefer Duro over Black Aoud, although BA is quite nice.
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    Default Re: Nasomatto bottles come with a sprayer?

    Merlino, here's my two cents:

    1) Yes, Nasomatto bottles do come with a sprayer.

    2) Duro and Black Aoud are very different. Duro is a sweet woody fragrance (I detect mainly cedar and some leather) while Black Aoud is more about agarwood, patchouli and rose - it's dryer, darker and more sophisticated than Duro, IMHO.

    I hope this helps.

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    Default Re: Nasomatto bottles come with a sprayer?

    im a bit over the 'oud' scents...im arabian so ive been growing up with oud all my life...i still enjoy the occasional montale but nassomatto is so much more sophisticated to me
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    Default Re: Nasomatto bottles come with a sprayer?

    I sold my Black Aoud to buy Duro; I think its better for the punch in the mouth effect.

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    Default Re: Nasomatto bottles come with a sprayer?

    Thank you all I'm kinda leaning towards BA myself but I've only had one full wearing of Duro. I'll be sure to give L'Eau Guerriere a try, too!
    Looking to swap/buy/receive for free () the following samples/decants:
    Indult Tihota & RÍve en Cuir
    Chant d'Aromes extrait
    Vetiver pour Elle (5ml decant)


    Selling/swapping:
    Versace The Dreamer 50ml (1.7oz) BNIB
    ---

    "The Sunshine bores the daylights outta me!"
    http://polderposh.blogspot.com/

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    Default Re: Nasomatto bottles come with a sprayer?

    Yes, all Nasomatto scents got sprayers...I have Duro...but be carful...one spray itīs enough. I would take Duro instead of Black Aoud (Montale).

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