Tempore Uomo by Biagiotti opens with a “totally-1990s” look, a complex (I'd say "messy", though) powdery-floral-woody watery blend with a bit of green-fruity stuff mixed with spiced flowers, all with an “aquatic”, kind of syrupy texture, heavily synthetic (think of laundry detergent). I get quite many flowers – lavender, violet, carnation above all – then spices, pepper, woods (sandalwood and vetiver), green notes, but the main feature here is that nondescript feel which I get from many scents from the ‘90s – the cheaper ones. A sort of synthetic, lacustrine, warm and slightly moldy feel of water, kind of cloying too honestly. Not the airy “ozonic” note, rather something more substantial, liquid, thick and as I said, annoyingly synthetic. Here with also an odd feel of cheap women’s make up. Shortly: nothing tragic but a bit cheap, kind of messy, forgotten for more-than-legitimate reasons. Don’t bother.