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This series by Ferrari definitely has a claim: According to its succinct name, the other three are 1. pure lavender, 2. noble fig and 3. light neroli. And here's the fourth bergamot in a row. Make her shine. So-so. In fact, I don't find the name inappropriate. Somehow it radiates quite strongly, but comparatively rather so in the nuclear-radioactive sense.
Radiant Bergamot starts with a slightly shrill citrus note, sharpened with ginger. Even if not listed, I also mean to perceive something minimally minty. For me, this triad basically makes up the majority of the fragrance, with the ginger providing the (exciting) angular something. Shortly afterwards, an indefinably creamy note is added, possibly from the amber. But I can't really identify this, any more than can the other listed notes. The garish citrus simply becomes softer and more supple in the course of time. That's it. Maybe you can get a hint of more spice from behind. But that was it then really.
Unlike the Pure Lavender, which I first had under my nose and which could not convince me, here the cool vibe runs through the entire course. With its somehow overdrawn, artificially futuristic aura, it strongly reminds me of Mugler Cologne. Only the design, mind you, they don't have so much in common in terms of content. Fresh and creamy is not reinvented here, but really interesting reinterpreted.
Optically this perfume series also makes something. All have the same heavy glass bottle with solid lid and leather appliqué. Nice. The shelf life alone is unfortunately mediocre and therefore a small drop of bitterness. But for that you can get the fragrances of this series quite cheap at the moment. Price/performance is in any case in order.
Bright bergamot? Yes. Radiantly beautiful, like a mushroom cloud. Of course Of course not! And the worst thing about it is: I find´s horny.