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Uomo (2016)
by Roberto Cavalli

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Uomo information

Year of Launch2016
GenderMasculine
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 21 votes)

People and companies

HouseRoberto Cavalli
Parent CompanyBenckiser > Coty Inc > Coty Prestige

About Uomo

Uomo is a masculine fragrance by Roberto Cavalli. The scent was launched in 2016

Uomo fragrance notes

  1. Top Notes
  2. Heart Notes
  3. Base notes

Reviews of Uomo

Deep, dark, a bit sweet fragrance for colder season and a night out. Very well received and complimented.

Overall, very nice quality for the price. Longevity is good, ~8 hours on my skin, with an above average projection for close to two hours.

The scent 8/10
Projection/sillage 8/10
Price/value 7/10
11th September, 2020
Not seeing any cardamom listed but this seems like a serviceable La Nuit stand-in and maybe closer to Bvlgari Man in Black.

I do get the honey note. It's not the featured note or even loud enough to reference this as a honey-frag, but it's there.

Projection is average but longevity is good, lasts all workday.
19th October, 2018
To appreciate this, you have to smell the Silver Essence flanker as well.

At first, I thought, another me too. Well done, but it is a copy. Then I smelled the SE and then this again and it came alive.

The honey came across, nice and dirty like honey should be. And Iw as immediately drawn to it. A must sniff. Done in that obtuse Cavalli way that is oh so Italian and daring/bold.
31st January, 2018
This fragrance is a hidden gem, reminiscent of bvlgari man in black edp and tom ford oud fleur. Oriental in structure and very alluring, floral and sweet yet dark and oudy. Performs superbly and far more interesting than bvlgari man in black. This would make a fantastic date night fragrance. I think female's should sample this as well, it has the same appeal to both gender as black orchid does.
25th December, 2017
Generic smelling without distinguishing features. I smell spicy green, oakmoss smell with little distinguishing top notes. Wearable but forgettable.
14th May, 2017
An intriguing packaging for a mediocre contemporary woody-saffrony/cardamomish mainstream juice. Spices (mostly saffron and cardamom), orange blossoms, tonka, benzoinic elements, creamy-powdery floral notes, lavender, gassy synth woodiness and hints of leather are seemingly a must for whichever recent "fresh-warm" designer creation (with the effect to have around many "generic" variations of the same boring theme - have a look to Armani Code Profumo, Bvlgari Man in Black, Armani Eau de Nuit, Boss the Scent, Acqua di Parma Colonia Quercia, several Issey Miyake and many others). The generic kind of orangy-creamy-gassy woodiness is in here dominant on my skin and the juice hardly evolves towards something more intriguing or complex. The main floral theme is in here the violet (something which I usually dislike when joined to intense woodiness) and this element is by perfumer connected to spices, woods, suede and the "opposite in consistency" honey in order to appoint a kind of semi-oriental soapy/floral cedary woodiness (with a sort of metallic-earthy vibe - typical for the note of violet - plus soothing elements and hints of leather) playing the game of contrasts. The cedary vibe (connected to violet) is frankly beyond my taste and somewhat boring. The scent is not bad di per se but is far to prompt me to get interested about its qualities. Nothing more to add interesting to add.
31st December, 2016

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