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    Default Jacomo Art Collection.

    Have any of you tried the three new scents in this series?
    I believe they are all quite "gourmand" in nature.
    Any reviews wiuld be appreciated. Also where can they be tested
    in the U.K?
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    Default Re: Jacomo Art Collection.

    I'm glad you've asked this question because I found them quite cheap on cheapsmells.com and wondered if they were any good. I do love the sound of #08.
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    Default Re: Jacomo Art Collection.

    I'm getting some samples in a swap and will post back with my thoughts!

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    Default Re: Jacomo Art Collection.

    I have a sample of *8 & it reminds me of dessert in an Indian restaurant. This is not what I want a perfume of mine to smell like.
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    Default Re: Jacomo Art Collection.

    Quote Originally Posted by Candy Perfume Boy View Post
    I'm glad you've asked this question because I found them quite cheap on cheapsmells.com and wondered if they were any good. I do love the sound of #08.
    Ooh! Thanks, Candy Perfume Boy! I just checked and the cheapsmells.com price is about half of what they cost here in the US, even with the international shipping.

    Not sure about the UK, but here in the US, the C.O. Bigelow apothecaries also carry these three. (Great if you're lucky enough to live in a city that has one of those stores. I am not.)

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    Default Re: Jacomo Art Collection.

    My samples arrived today.

    This is my first test of all three (and all at the same time on different spots on my arms, LOL!), but so far, No. 2 is my favorite. Sweet smoke and salty leather. Very unusual.

    RHM was onto something with her description of No. 8. It smells just like a spicy Masala tea I drank in India. This may or may not be everyone's cup of tea, so to speak. It reminds me a bit of L'Artisan's Tea for Two.

    No. 9 is very citrus-y and fruity with a touch of soap or detergent.

    All three are definitely unisex and worth a try!

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