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Bergamask (2014)
by Orto Parisi

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Bergamask information

Year of Launch2014
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 13 votes)

People and companies

HouseOrto Parisi
PerfumerAlessandro Gualtieri

About Bergamask

Bergamask is a shared / unisex perfume by Orto Parisi. The scent was launched in 2014 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Alessandro Gualtieri

Bergamask fragrance notes

Reviews of Bergamask

It reminds me of Eau d'Hermes.

It's a bright citric bergamot dredged by an animalic musky accord. Maybe a hint of blooming jasmine (when blooming at night, jasmine projects more than during the day).
Not fecal, animalic.

Since I own semi-vintage eau d'hermes & not huge on the genre personally, I'll pass.
04th March, 2015
A huge bergamot over a slew of powdery musks and vague white florals. Extremely compressed chemicals (you can tell heís just layering the same note over and over through different molecules) that create a wall of bergamot with zero character and zero connection to anything natural. Mildly herbal, mildly honeyed, a handful of super-tame musks, but thereís really not much more to it than that. So, picture something like Neroli Portofino with any semblance of naturally-occurring materials removed and replace them with animatronic stand-ins and youíll get what this is about. Itís probably the most loud bergamot available, and thatís not a good thing. An over-compressed illiterate bergamot train wreck.
11th July, 2014 (last edited: 13th July, 2014)

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