Unlisted Brand • Bois 1920 Agrumi Amari di Sicilia • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||33%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
When I first smelled Agrumi Amari, it reminded me very much of the scent of lemon and orange trees on the Amalfi coast of Italy: with predominant notes of lemon peel, orange leaf and green tea. I agree that this scent is linear, but in a beautifully fresh way that is perfect for summer wear. It is my favorite citrus. I suggest sampling this one first as I have found Agrumi Amari, on me at least, to be a sweeter citrus than others have found it to be - which suggests that personal chemistry is a factor with this fragrance.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I don't think this is bad, but it's not at all feminine ... reminds me of a higher-quality men's cologne that you'd smell in a club. Also, of course, it faded very quickly, as do all citrus scents.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
There's something wrong about being the first to review a fragrance and not giving it 5 lippies. I apologize. The trouble is, I had high hopes for Agrumi Amari, and they were dashed. I'd heard that it was lemony and bright and fresh and not too sweet, the last of which was a major factor in my wish to try it. But some things (in this case nonsweetness) can be taken too far. Have you ever smelled citric acid crystals? Me neither -- but this is how I imagine they smell. No sweetness -- not an iota -- to offset the pure astringent vitamin-C salicylic acid low score on the litmus test laser beam zing of Agrumi Amari. Ouch. If you've ever tried -- and shunned because of its excessive astringency -- Guerlain Aqua Allegoria Pamplelune, beware Agrumi Amari di Sicilia. If, on the other hand, you ate Sour Patch Kids by the handful as a child, and wished they were LESS sweet, and asked for second helpings of sauerkraut whenever it was served, this might be the scent for you.