Famagusta (2014)

Famagusta by Erik Kormann
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Famagusta is a perfume by Erik Kormann for women and men and was released in 2014. The scent is chypre-green. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesSweet acacia
Heart Notes Heart NotesVetiver, Tonka bean, Oakmoss
Base Notes Base NotesCedarwood, Patchouli, Musk

Ratings

Scent

7.3 (68 Ratings)

Longevity

7.8 (47 Ratings)

Sillage

6.4 (47 Ratings)

Bottle

5.7 (44 Ratings)
Submitted by AnneSuse, last update on 09.06.2019
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Imminent danger
The EU directives issued to ban oak moss and lyral will be binding from 2019 and are currently taking effect on the market. That's the way it will be now, never again.
But oakmoss and lyral are also indispensable in this perfume. And for the manufacturer it is a welcome pretext to stop production completely for economic reasons. It is customary for the industry to use new specifications to rationalize away unloved small (st) quantities. To revise the recipe just means (too) much effort
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Tosca Revival
Providet the content of the little decant-sprayer is correctly labelled I am claiming that "Famagusta" is a copy of those perfume I own. Because I own a 10 ml flasc of a recently editet and limited real perfume of "Tosca". So to say the revival fragance of "Tosca". The little difference might be that "Famagusta" seems to have a faster development and seems to be a pinch more aquatical. But after testing it for almost 5 hours the similarity is overwhelming for me, though my first impression was immediatly: That is my "Tosca". It's a floriental chypre!
First I would not believe it. But now there is the same dense flower-mixture without the smell of white flowers. And there is the perfect whiff of oakmoss and out of all the typically and strong "tasting" soapy note of aldehydes, which I'm not only smelling but tasting and feeling on the tip of my tongue. Of course there should be listed citrus and every single blossom and so on.
But listing in the top note only sweet acacia I'm considering as very clever.
Now I do not know how to rate "Famagusta" . I like the "Tosca" of mine very much. It is a festively perfume anyhow. And therefore I should like "Famagusta" with the same intensity. But I feel annoyed by this obviously tricky trial! Because I cannot believe that Erik Kormann does not know what he was creating. I'm puzzled at least.

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