Azzaro Visit - Opinios Reviews

Visit cologne for Men by Azzaro

User Opinions and Reviews
  • Date Added: 08/01/2015
    One would never expect that such a cheap fragrance would become a favorite in my collection for so many years. Azzaro Visit fragrance has a sweet milky woodiness that is subtle but also very long lasting. It seems to match perfectly with my chemistry and has become a reliable go to casual wear choice.
     by David
  • Date Added: 31/10/2012
    When I first saw the name Visit I was perplexed as to why any company would call a fragrance Visit, but twenty minutes after spraying it on my wrist it made perfect sense. Visit is a warm and friendly fragrance that draws one closer. The idea of visiting with Visit and the person wearing it feels relaxing and enjoyable. The combination of cardamom, nutmeg, and pepper that first wafts up is a bit intense and unusual, but it quickly settles down onto the heart of cedar, gaiacwood, and incense. The spices add warmth to the woods, and the combination smells inviting. On my skin the top and middle balance nicely, and I don't get too much nutmeg, a cedar log, or a temple full of incense. As the fragrance dries down amber and musk start to seep into the woods giving Visit a sweet earthy smell. The fragrance lasts for up to eight hours on my skin. When I feel like wearing an aromatic fragrance I tend to wear Caron Yatagan, so Visit is a bit tame for me, but I would never mind wearing or encountering Visit. For a guy who is just starting to explore fragrances without ubiquitous citrus or marine notes Visit would be a good place to start.
     by VisitMe
  • Date Added: 31/10/2012
    I don't find this synthetic, and any fragrance can get boring, at least to me. This in some ways is the "perfect" fragrance, because up front you've got great spices, wood, and incense, then it warms up and softens up. A subtle musky quality lasts a long time, beyond the first strong couple of hours. There's nothing else going on that would be a distraction, yet it's not too dry, sharp, or harsh, as is so often the case for "niche" fragrances. It's not an "oriental," but in some ways forges its own category, because it's not really a "hybrid" either. Be forewarned that this is not a "newbie" fragrance. My first few samplings didn't go well, and I dismissed it as being too woody and too "dirty incense." However, I keep coming back to fragrances that I think have potential, and when I last sampled this, about a year and a half after this new "hobby" of mine, I realized just how good it is. I guess that I got tired of the "masculine" oriental fragrances that dried down to something too sweet and vanilla-ish. Visit uses a little amber and musk to keep the party going, as well as to keep things sweet enough and "wet" enough to avoid the usual "niche" pitfalls. So, it's in between the typical designer masculine oriental and the typical niche woody/incense. And who would've guessed that's a great place to be? My old "newbie" review: I didn't get much from this except for the incense and a little woodiness. After these notes subsided, about 2.5 hours later, there wasn't much going on. I prefer the sweet and spicy Oriental with a patchouli-dominated drydown (Adidas Victory League) or Cuba Red (dry, spicy wood), both of which have much better longevity (or it may be that Visit was too subtle on the drydown, which is basically the same thing, at least for me). I could've sprayed more, but the incense is not appealing at all, so I wouldn't want any more of it. This is definitely not a fragrance to take a chance and blind buy, unless you can't get just enough of fragrances that have strong incense.
     by Anonymous
  • Date Added: 31/10/2012
    I became curious about this scent when i first read an article about it a German magazine, which, altough not specialized on perfume and not even lifestyle, granted Visit a quite generous article. Even more, the article was packed with poetic associations about this fragrance, raging from exotic food soaked in uncommon spices up to incesce in a church. While being skeptical that there ever is a scent capable to illustrate this, Azzaro Visit gave me soon different, altough equally uncommon associations. What i first smelled was a mere, bare youthfull teeny stenchwater so i moved on unimpressed. Many days later i tried it out again and, surprise, surprise, i found one of the best and untypical contemporary scents in the very same essence. One tiny flaw, why visit -ok maybe i'm uninformed / misinformed but it should have been called out of the cleanest shower, wonderland of spices or complex, strangely beautiful clenliness, to name only few of my sensations. It starts out as a plain, but correct refreshing aquatic and ends up in one of the most complex aromatic symphonies ever - altough the aquatic note stilll lingers on, even something youthfully ozonic and soapy, it gradually turns into amore mysterious scent, spicy up to the point of medical and toothpaste associations, still crisp, but also sensual and uncommonly romantic and sensual, a bizzare association of hot and ice-cold spices. If the youth of today ever wanted to smell original, classy and refined yet avoiding being both generic but also too conservative, this might be the right choice.
     by Russel Crow







Voting Results

Fragrance Quality
7.8
Bottle Design
6
Overall Satisfaction
8.6

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