Azzaro Azzaro Couture 2008 - Opinios Reviews

Azzaro Couture 2008 perfume for Women by Azzaro

User Opinions and Reviews
  • Date Added: 03/01/2015
    Azzaro Couture 2008 is a lovely sweet floral fruity blend that has a distinct trail of spicy musky elements. Highly feminine and very distinct works nicely for me and last well for evening wear.
     by Margaret
  • Date Added: 31/10/2012
    It's a very ladylike fragrance. The start is fresh and citrusy, then the florals boom and in the end the animalic and chypre notes give it sillage and personality. Will defintely become my "dress up for a formal date" perfume!
     by Valeria
  • Date Added: 31/10/2012
    The original Azzaro was the very first item I included into my flacon-collection when I was a teenager - thus I was very curious to smell the re-edition. It's a nice scent. While the stuff from 1974 was much more complex, fascinating and more feminine, the current version is basically a flowery creation with an overall "flower-bed-theme", quite harmonious and well balanced. It does not have the intensity of the old version, but I would call it pleasant and sparkling. Don't expect too much of it, it is - unfortunately - a bit banal...- also in view of the high price.
     by Maryloo
  • Date Added: 31/10/2012
    This is an interesting floral/fruity chypre. It is largely linear, not a common trait for a chypre, and while it is sweet, the sweetness lies in the floral notes and not the fruity notes. The rose is candied, but the fruit note, somewhere between melon and pear, is tart and sharp. There are many notes listed (rose, bergamot, mimosa, ambrette seed, galbanum, patchouli.) Somehow they create a nose-gestalt that reads as a light chypre, a floral/fruity and a spicy musk. The spiciness reads as a nicely placed pepper note reminiscent of the one in Caron’s Parfum Sacré. It lines up beautifully with the rose and the fruit. It cuts the rose's sweetness, gives the fruit its green edge and lasts from start to finish. The linearity tells me that Azzaro Couture might not so much be an 'actual' chypre (ie. with oakmoss) as an implied or suggested chypre. Bergamot and the pepperiness give a hint of that rough bitterness that I associate with chypre. The great thing about linearity here is that it stops the clock at an accord that reminds me of the heartnotes of Diorella---almost turned fruit balanced with a dark raspiness. AC doesn't have great projection and it lasts better on the strip than on my skin. Although linear for the most part, AC's constituent elements (flower, fruit, musky spice) remain distinct, and even into the drydown there is no blurring of the lines.
     by Sky Girl







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10
Overall Satisfaction
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