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    Question Fendi Theorema Esprit d'ete.

    This is a very nice summer, citrus fragrance which is now discontinued and very hard to find. I got my bottle a couple of days ago and just started spring break so, I sprayed some on the back of my hand. It wafts up now and again requiring that I smell the back of my hand. Can't seem to find much information on the notes so, fill me in if you have this info. For a flanker I like it almost better than Theorema. Nice summer fragrance. Interesting turn about. Anyway if you have experienced this frag. your comments are welcome.
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    Default Re: Fendi Theorema Esprit d'ete.

    Describe it more please.

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    Smile Re: Fendi Theorema Esprit d'ete.

    Notes: California Tangelo, Tai Shamouti, Jasmine, Osmanthus, Afgan spices, Pink pepper, cream, amber, Madagascar, Mysore Sandalwood, Guiac wood, and musk. Non bitter citrus with spice with floral influence and a understated wood and musk base. Hard to describe this one in words but, very nice. It now resides in the chamber of the ages where I sniff some now and again. I have both Theorema and Theorema esprit d'ete. I wish I could say I like one better than the other but, the more I sniff each one the more difficult to express a preference. The esprit d'ete is lighter and creamier. Likely better for the warm months. Too bad they are both discontinued. By the way, I put Theorema on one arm and esprit d'ete on the other and sought the reaction of my fragrance consultant dog, Charlie. He sniffed both arms once, then twice, sneezed and expressed interest but, no preference.
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    I am resurrecting this thread because I saw a bottle of Theorema esprit d ete at a local store (run by the usual, stereotypical, crazy old lady). Not expensive either, about eur 45 for 100ml. I do not have the original Theorema (and it was not there unfortunately).

    Any more comment on whether I should go for it or not?

    cacio

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    Default Re: Fendi Theorema Esprit d'ete.

    wow ... only about $60 ... seems like a bargain ... Merry Christmas to you cacio !

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    Default Re: Fendi Theorema Esprit d'ete.

    Thanks. well, i guess, if it is rare, it is probably worth anyway.

    today, i bought there a mitsouko small edt for eur 20. it smells light but prereformulation.

    cacio

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    Quote Originally Posted by cacio View Post
    Thanks. well, i guess, if it is rare, it is probably worth anyway.

    today, i bought there a mitsouko small edt for eur 20. it smells light but prereformulation.

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    Default Re: Fendi Theorema Esprit d'ete.

    No, a crazier one here in Massa. The store is a hairdressers supply store (like wigs and the like), but has a few perfumes. I do not thing she has much movement on them, but because of that, there were things from a few years ago. including a bottle of insense (eur 40), which however i did not get, as i have already plenty.

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    Default Re: Fendi Theorema Esprit d'ete.

    Quote Originally Posted by cacio View Post
    No, a crazier one here in Massa. The store is a hairdressers supply store (like wigs and the like), but has a few perfumes. I do not thing she has much movement on them, but because of that, there were things from a few years ago. including a bottle of insense (eur 40), which however i did not get, as i have already plenty.

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