Ragù by Gabriella Chieffo
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Ragù is a perfume by Gabriella Chieffo for women and men and was released in 2014. The scent is spicy-woody. The longevity is above-average. It is still available to purchase.
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Perfumer

Luca Maffei

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamotBergamot
OrangeOrange
Pink pepperPink pepper
Heart Notes Heart NotesElemi resinElemi resin
CloveClove
CardamomCardamom
NutmegNutmeg
SaffronSaffron
Black pepperBlack pepper
Base Notes Base NotesCypriolCypriol
Cashmere woodCashmere wood
LeatherLeather
MuskMusk
PatchouliPatchouli
CedarwoodCedarwood

Ratings

Scent

7.247 Ratings

Longevity

8.139 Ratings

Sillage

7.341 Ratings

Bottle

7.540 Ratings
Submitted by Franfan20, last update on 31.01.2021.
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ColinM

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Wrong gone wronger
Well, how to start with this... the opening of Ragù (which means “meat sauce” in Italian, for whatever obscure association with the scent) is a completely synthetic and kind of harsh galore which – involuntarily, I guess – reminded me of some of the least interesting “post-industrial/dark-contemporary/synthetic-avantgarde” scents of the recent years, like some CdG/nu_be and that type of fragrances, but with much less consistency, sophistication and ability. Basically I only get a pungent citrus-based head note, a load of eugenol (cheap raw cloves) on a base of dry, musky-woody quinolines (sort of leatherish, but more a roasted-rubbery smell which eventually is needed to build leather accords), something dark and greenish like a sort of shady, sour laurel note, a load of ambroxan like in Hystera by the same brand, and a – again – much dry and synthetic woodish base accord (that type of smoky-dusty-musky and astringent woody notes like tar). That’s it: dark plastic woods, rubber, dusty-musky stuff, for hours: in my opinion, an annoying scrubber rich in indefinite, uncreative greyness. More than a perfume, this seems a sort of clumsy “divertissement” made by someone which received a bunch of aromachemicals from Perfumer’s Apprentice, and just boringly played with them. I am not against “bad-smelling” scents per se, as long as they’re creative or provocative: but this isn’t the case, for me. Creativity aside, I find it however frankly quite unpleasant, mostly because of a persistent feel of annoying “chemical” harshness. I am sorry to “bash” a newborn brand, but this is seriously unworthy any attention for me.

4/10

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