Tuscany Per Uomo cologne for Men by Aramis

Tuscany Per Uomo cologne for Men by Aramis

7.7 out of 10 based on 7 ratings


Design House
Fragrance Gender Men's Fragrance
Year Introduced 1984
Status Available
Available Types EDT
Perfumer
Bottle Designer
Scent Classification Aromatic Fougere
Fragrance Notes
Description
Reviews

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Voting Results

Fragrance Quality
8.6
Bottle Design
6.7
Overall Satisfaction
7.7

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Votes: 7



Tuscany Per Uomo Aramis Perfume Pyramid
citrus bergamia
geranium
leather
Opening Top Notes
citrus
aromatic
Heart Center Notes
spice
floral
herbal
white flowers
Deep Base Notes
spice
woody
green
leather
moss
Fragrance Odor
Sensation
sweet
stimulating
aromatic
natural
herbal
fresh
warm spicy
soft
green
comforting
fresh spicy
sensual
citrus
attractive
bitter
pleasant
sharp
energizing
woody
light
Scent Sillage: subtle
subtle50%
soft25%
moderate25%
heavy0%
intense0%
enormous0%
based on 4 users opinions
Scent Longevity: 0-1 hours
0-1 hours50%
1-3 hours25%
3-6 hours0%
6-12 hours25%
12+ hours0%
based on 4 users opinions
Season: summer
spring0%
summer75%
autumn25%
winter0%
any season0%
based on 4 users opinions
Audience: 26-55
12-180%
19-250%
26-5575%
56+0%
any age25%
based on 4 users opinions
Occasion: day
night0%
day100%
sport0%
casual0%
business0%
evening out0%
based on 4 users opinions





 Tuscany Per Uomo Aramis - Description

Fragrance Tuscany Per Uomo cologne for Men by Aramis was introduced in 1984. Aramis Tuscany Per Uomo is classified as Aromatic Fougere fragrance. Scent notes of Tuscany Per Uomo Aramis include top notes of citrus bergamia, lemon, lime fruit, lavender, middle notes of geranium, citrus blossom, aniseed, wild tarragon, meridian fennel and base notes of leather, basil mint, cinnamon, tonkin beans, oak moss, patchouli, sandalwood.

Tuscany Per Uomo cologne for Men by Aramis 7.7 out of 10 based on 7 ratings and 4 user reviews. In stock From $4.86 to $67.74 based on 17+ offers.


 Tuscany Per Uomo Aramis - Full Story


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 Tuscany Per Uomo Aramis - User Opinions and Reviews

  • Date Added: 27/12/2014
    Aramis Tuscany Per Uomo is a fabulous leather blend with touches of lavender and citrus. It stays close to the skin but lasts for an entire day on my skin. This is only form men and i just love it!
     by William
  • Date Added: 27/10/2012
    This is an herbal slap in the face by a sharply-dressed 40-year-old Italian playboy millionaire. It's a bit harsh at first, with a strong natural lemon note, but it soon becomes much smoother and more woody, and apologizes a bit for initially overpowering you. To me, it is the lemon that gives this the right to be called Tuscany, though probably a Tuscan autumn rather than summer because of the slight nip in the air that the herbs convey to me. It really makes me envision a small town in northern Italy, as featured in countless Olive Garden commercials, or, alternatively, a crisp golden november evening in the semi-desert scrubland where I grew up, east of LA. This is unambiguously man-juice, but not in such a brash way that you wish it would just shut up after a while, like some of the other 80s kick-you-in-the-balls scents. Sometimes I worry that it's too strong, but if you spray conservatively, you're probably OK. From the ones I've smelled, Aramis in general maintains a line of men's fragrances that still smell satisfyingly like men's fragrances.
     by ted
  • Date Added: 27/10/2012
    I love this fragrance. I find it to be very similar to Azzaro PH (which is one of my all-time favorite fragrances). In fact, there are some aspects of Tuscany that I may like even more. The bergamot/citrus opening is not quite as sharp as Azzaro PH (I can go into public immediately after applying Tuscany). I find Tuscany's patchouli dry-down to be less "soapy" than that of Azzaro...Very smooth patchouli. My one complaint is a big one. Whereas Azzaro gets smoother and better throughout the wearing, Tuscany just disappears. While I find myself still enjoying Azzaro 8-10 hours after application. I can barely detect Tuscany after 4-5 hours. Tuscany's sillage is much tamer than that of Azzaro PH. I have to use twice as much to get the desired effect. Then I find myself reapplying it 4-5 hours later. When I first tried it, I had so much hope. Had I found a new signature fragrance? I simply like Tuscany that much. But alas, it's weak sillage and poor longevity are simply too significant a negative factor to allow Tuscany to challenge as my new signature frangrance. It's still a great fragrance...Just not my new favorite.
     by Anonymous
  • Total User Opinions: 4

















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