Tadzio 2015

Tadzio by Homoelegans
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Tadzio is a perfume by Homoelegans for men and was released in 2015. The scent is aquatic-woody. It is still available to purchase.
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Perfumer

Michele Marin

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesLimeLime
OrangeOrange
IvyIvy
CucumberCucumber
Heart Notes Heart NotesBlackcurrantBlackcurrant
Marine notesMarine notes
Orange blossomOrange blossom
Base Notes Base NotesImmortelleImmortelle
PatchouliPatchouli
OpoponaxOpoponax
MuskMusk

Ratings

Scent

7.328 Ratings

Longevity

7.622 Ratings

Sillage

7.022 Ratings

Bottle

7.115 Ratings
Submitted by OPomone, last update on 20.07.2021.
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Reviews

8.5
Scent
8
Longevity
7
Sillage
8
Bottle
Emorandeira

356 Reviews
Emorandeira
Emorandeira
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Aquatic niche fragance
Yhis is the second homoelegans perfume i try after paloma y raíces and both share a similar resinous, smoky and balsámic background. The differences is that this one, tadzio, is much fresher and aquatic. The opening is very nice and different yo other aquatic perfumes with the mix of Cucumber and immortelle. The dry down is more resinous. The longevity is high while the projection is just moderate. Nice for warm weather for a daily use. It is an easywearing fragance.

Scent: 8
Longevity: 8
Sillage: 6.5
Quality/price: 5
Versatility: 8
Originality: 8
Global: 8
9
Scent
7
Longevity
7
Sillage
9
Bottle
Can777

6 Reviews
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Can777
Top Review    27  
The salt of melancholy
Venice. I wasn't in any town anymore. Old, mysterious, morbid and unspeakably romantic. The streets are full of alleys in the early morning, when the city is not quite awake yet. To the market on and along the canals where the traders are selling fruit and vegetables. Citrus fruits such as oranges and limes juicy and bitter-green partly cut open to show the quality. Or to lure. Smells of fresh cucumbers and vegetables. The scent of green leaves of ivy that was cut because it overtook ancient buildings and palazzos. Continue over bridges and through long,
narrow, winding streets. A short view into backyards with dreamy little gardens. The air impregnated with orange blossoms in full splendour. Above me the laundry that flutters from wall to wall in the wind to dry. Past old mask makers and artistic Murano glass. Past small romantic restaurants that already set the tables for the beginning day. Past the opera palazzo in which Tosca is being rehearsed by Giacomo Puccini and shreds of music kiss my ear. Enter the boat and drive to the Lido before the city wakes up completely.

Alone with me. Alone with the fog that hasn't left yet. Sitting on a jetty and listening to the gentle sound of the waves, the rhythmic and calming sound of the waves strikes against the piles of the jetty. Fog on the water. The air around me is salty and foggy. Heavy thoughts that slowly sink into the water and are carried away with the fog. Deepest peace and most beautiful melancholy lie in the air and on the way back to the boat. Again past the workshops of the gondola makers with their patchouli-like smells of the wood and the opoponax resemble sweet resins and oils that permeate the air. On the black varnish of the gondolas lies moschus-soft shine. Nice hours, very nice!
Conclusion
Tadzio is the scent of Venice immersed in salty mist. The scent of the markets and the fruit and vegetable traders. Acidic notes of berries and citrus fruits such as limes and oranges mate with tangy, juicy green leaves of cut ivy. A salty-maritime veil of mist gently covers everything like salty tears of melancholy and longing. A woody, earthy patchouli blends with the end and combines with soft, creamy tones of opoponax and a delicate musk that is very similar to the smell of the gondola builders. Where Confetto of Profumum Roma celebrates the almond sweetness of the carnival of Venice, Tadzio celebrates a completely different Venice. Tadzio shows us the daily life in the lagoon city. He shows us the markets and the green and blooming backyards. He shows us the Lido, the beach of Venice when it is sunk in the fog. Tadzio is a very ambivalent fragrance, because on the one hand it spreads joy and longing, but on the other it leaves melancholy and melancholy in the end. He says goodbye like a good friend who goes into the fog and turns around again before finally disappearing.

I love Tadzio very much because he is like I knew Venice before the cruise ships besieged it. I'm afraid to see it again. I also don't have to, because Tadzio shows me again and again how it once was!

Grazie Tadzio...!
18 Replies
8.5
Scent
8
Longevity
7
Sillage
7
Bottle
DaveGahan101
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Top Review    16  
Lido di Venezia
Homoeolegans, a brand I didn't even know existed before. Ernst Ernster presented them in detail in his Esxence-Blog, if we hadn't stopped at that stand, I wouldn't know them until today. Our joint project "we are now testing an unknown Italian brand" washed us in front of the rather inconspicuous stand, which in retrospect proved to be a lucky strike. A brand that could serve as a prototype for the niche world, a brand with studio and manufactory character, which somehow made me think of JoHannes' studio in Nuremberg. In other words, there's a lot of passion and heart blood in it, honest, no frills, no marketing with big, flashing signs and/or half-naked women, no frills...pure.
Tadzio immediately took a liking to me at the booth. Homoelegans wants to reflect the Lido in all its facets, on the homepage they talk about an embrace of sun, salt, sea, sand and fruits.
Yes, it's true, there's a bit of everything. In the beginning there are nice tangy oranges and limes, rather rich orange oil than freshly cut. The image of the lagoon island, of sun, sea water and especially of warm sand comes to your mind like a picnic on a blanket on the beach with a glass of champagne, casual, lively, Mediterranean. This sour, tangy-fresh yeast note makes one really think of champagne, but "Bollicine" remains my reference here. But the heart of Tadzio is its warm side, its warm and spicy side, which forms a beautiful contrast to everything fresh and maritime. The strawflower aroma with its slight ambry sultan notes, which also slightly remind one of the sables main chord, create a warming feeling of life on a picture book summer day without mobile phone, ipad and wlan. This spice mix has something of salty gingerbread, here too a bridge is built between sweet, unsweet and salty notes. Sounds strange, but fits together wonderfully.
But there is still nothing Christmassy about this fragrance. I don't think Tadzio is an everyday scent that is sprayed on like this, but rather a fragrance for lovers who give it their full attention, who want to enjoy the moment, who want to let a fragrance work its full effect on them.
Over the years I know my scent pretty well, Tadzio is a fragrance that I admire from a distance, for its beauty, for its density, for its naturalness, for the images it creates, for its individuality, for the perfume romanticism - not to have a mass product in front of me...but I will probably wear it too rarely, because I am probably too simply knitted in everyday life in terms of fragrance. But if the opportunity should arise to get hold of a remaining bottle, I will be happy to take it.
The durability is very good with 7-8 hours, the Sillage should fill an office well, but does not kill you. For me, a unisex scent without rash on one side will be wearable all year round, except for midsummer.

Great Mark, who deserves to be more in the spotlight..but maybe that's what makes her so charming...
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Statements

EmorandeiraEmorandeira 2 years ago
8.5
Scent
8
Longevity
7
Sillage
8
Bottle
Cucumber, citric notes and resins with a noticeable toich of immortelle. The fragance is original with very good performance for an aquatic

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