Aramis Tuscany Per Donna - Opinios Reviews

Tuscany Per Donna perfume for Women by Aramis

User Opinions and Reviews
  • Date Added: 23/01/2016
    When I found out this was being discontinued I asked someone from overseas to bring me some. Then I found out that it is now made by Estee Lauder. So I haven't missed out.I have been wearing this for more than 20 years and still get compliments. I think this is a timeless, elegant scent.
     by Sammy
  • Date Added: 13/12/2015
    This is / was my daughters signature scent, so very disappointed that it is no longer available, why did you stop producing it? Please bring this beautiful perfume back!
     by Felicity
  • Date Added: 27/12/2014
    Aramis Tuscany Per Donna was probably one of the best 90's perfumes i ever had with its deep spicy vanilla aroma and sweet woody dry down. The lasting power was phenomenal and nothing of these day's perfumery products compare to this gem. I wish they would bring it back one day.
     by Jessie
  • Date Added: 27/10/2012
    This has been my signature scent since 1995. I keep coming back to it, even after I discover something else that I totally love. I'm wearing it now and I can't even conceive of loving something more than TPD. It has everything I love in a scent---wood, spice, flowers and herbs. Think open hilly fields filled with wildflowers on a sunny day somewhere near Palermo. That's what I am reminded of when I wear it.
     by kim
  • Date Added: 27/10/2012
    I love this perfume, too bad here in Belgium they don't sell it anymore (at least not were I live). I just like the way this smell stays 'open' at the end, like it's unfinished. I don't find it necessary that each perfume has to end with wood or amber and certainly not with vanilla. It's like you want to keep breathin' in deeper and deeper to reach the end of this smell... . It's a while ago since I've worn this, I think about 13 years... .
     by Kerry
  • Date Added: 27/10/2012
    I cannot help but tie this fragrance to nostalgia; I wore this fragrance to my senior prom. Nostalgia aside, this is actually a really enjoyable hearty fragrance. Tresor may have popularized the spicy pitted-fruit floriental trend of the 1990s but Tuscany Per Donna perfected that trend. Tuscany Per Donna smells like the 1990s but it encapsulates the best of what the decade had to offer in a bottle. Tuscany Per Donnais distinctive, redolent with spice-laden stone fruit preserves. There are no spices listed but it smells spiced—I think the spiciness can be attributed to the carnation (I’m not a fan of carnation but it is so irresistible here). It does not take long for the vanilla, amber, and warm woods to imitate the scent of bakery goods—those fruit-filled butter cookies come to mind. It’s blissful! This decadent scent will stick around from first spray to next shower. The sillage and projection are typical of most 1990s scents: strong and sturdy. I have an aged bottle—my second one—from the late-1990s that has only gotten richer with proper storage and time. I liked it when I was seventeen but I love it now that I am old (read: evolved) enough to appreciate all its phases. I love Tuscany Per Donna for its unabashed personality and its ability to be gourmand at heart without being sickly saccharine.
     by Anonymous

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