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Theorema Uomo (2001)
by Fendi


Theorema Uomo information

Year of Launch2001
Average Rating
(based on 41 votes)

People and companies

PerfumerJacques Cavallier-Belletrud
Parent CompanyLVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton
Parent Company at launchPinault-Printemps-Redoute > Gucci Group > YSL Beaute

About Theorema Uomo

Theorema Uomo is a masculine fragrance by Fendi. The scent was launched in 2001 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Jacques Cavallier-Belletrud

Theorema Uomo fragrance notes

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  2. Heart Notes
  3. Base notes

Reviews of Theorema Uomo

Just barely a thumbs up for me. Theorema has a grassy, herbaceous quality that's remotely similar to Calvin Klein's Truth for Men. Not bad, but nothing spectacular.
17th December, 2016
This fragrance from the house of Fendi is a good spring / summer scent especially in the southern US where it is very hot and humid from mid April to End of September. Nice tart bergamot and geranium start. Drys to a nice woody cedar skin scent with hints of vetiver and possibly ambergris. I wish it lasted a little longer but does well for 6 hours of longevity with 2 or 3 sprays. It is discontinued but if you find a bottle in your price range go for it. Enjoy!
19th May, 2016
Fendi Theorema Uomo is a sadly discontinued italian glory "leaking" straight from a luxurious still in activity brand yet responsible of real olfactive pieces of tradition a la Fendi by Fendi classic (the house's masterpiece), Asja, Fendi Uomo, Life Essence etc. Theorema Uomo opens somewhat conventionally (eau de Rochas, several 4711, Lancome Trophee or Mugler Cologne jump partially on mind among many others waving from Roger&Gallet to Meo Fusciuni across Paul Smith) with a fizzy-zesty and evidently peppery citric accord more than vaguely classical, quite sparkling, lemony-balsamic but immediately kind of grassy-salty (lemon, vetiver, geranium in a sort of tart/lemony/salty odorous valzer). Geranium, especially as joined to lemon and greens, provides a dose of green astringent-salty leafiness (it seems almost to detect genuine earthiness for a while). Overall the olfactory experience is permeated by this green/leafy lemony (vaguely salty) tartness really virile, dry, spacious and hyper balanced. Probably cardamom affords a sort of fluidy spicy refreshing (almost minty) consistency while a touch of petitgrain (connected to spices) enhances the typical lingering green fizziness. It seems to detect traces of basil and mint as well in moderate amount. Synth ambergris (well connected to pepper) imprints a final reassuring and confidential sense of warmth, while the "bottom" woodiness is mostly cedary (astringent cedarwood) since vetiver is prevalently catchable in the top. Frankly I hardly detect labdanum while may be nutmeg provides "mild balance" to the otherwise overly tart/salty main accord. Airy, dynamic, essential, a typical kind of sporty/gentlemanly and casual-hyper versatile fragrance usually prefered by rampant offsprings, lovers of outdoors activities, golf clubs habitué and white clothed young managers.
27th November, 2015 (last edited: 28th November, 2015)
rbaker Show all reviews
United Kingdom
A gentle bergamot with a green background and a geranium note start it off, followed by a woodsy drydown that also includes a vetiver impression. Pleasant but quite muted on my skin and a bit dull. Limited sillage, adequate projection and five hours of longevity. For warmer spring days.
03rd October, 2014
Brilliant bittergreen citrus wood

Intelligent citrus fragrances are hard to come by - there's a great challenge involved in constructing a perfume that needs to casually refresh while providing complexity and depth. I would go so far as to say that it requires a great master perfumer to pull it off - but that is certainly a title Jacques Cavallier can claim for himself and he proves it again with Theorema Uomo. Theorema gives you a crisp freshness of bittergreen citrus, but the bergamot is cleverly supported by a seamlessly integrated geranium note that provides volume and a bridge to subtle spicy notes blending pepper and cardamom and woody vetiver-cedar. An equally toned-down but essential warm powderiness with a touch of the sweet (sufficiently controlled by the green citrus-woods) takes up the dusky green vetiver heart in the quiet ambery base, which is lightyears from conventional perfume-rednexck-style ambrox-assaults. Theorema Uomo embodies the high art of French perfume blending to achieve an expression of sublime and seeminlgy effortless Italian elegance complementing the look of a perfcetly tailored, airy summer suit by Attolini.

Pros: fresh spring-summer marvel, brilliantly layered composition
Cons: discontinued

04th July, 2013
Luckly i've found this gem left alone in a shelf at Buenos Aires. I did not think twice: bought it.
Smells like a classic woody-vetiver fragrance, it has a good lasting power, sillage and projection. The geranium and musk gives it an edge over many vetiver based fragrances, that's why i consider this a wonderful fragrance.
13th March, 2013

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