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Very helpful Review
"Delina, Delina, Delina....
... ti voglio al più presto sposar".
Now, of course, I know that Rocco Granata actually dedicated that song line to Marina, not Delina. And, of course, a perfume is (thankfully) not marriageable. Name-wise, though, it would fit the song perfectly.
What's so special about Delina, anyway? What's different about Delina than standard rose fragrances?
For me: rhubarb! Yes, there are numerous scents that start fruity and evolve into floral. However, these fragrances are often either too sweet for me and / or you can hardly recognize the fruit variety or they smell too classic, too soapy, too interchangeable.
Delina, on the other hand, I recognize, if a girl walks past me wearing Delina, I smell it immediately.
The rhubarb is here so well-dosed that the slightly sour note is not penetrating, but still remains completely in the fragrance.
A brief comparison with Delina Exclusif: According to PDM, the Exclusiv variant is simply the going out and evening variant of Delina. In fact, I also find it too tart, pungent, unpleasant for daytime. In the evening, however, when the makeup is more, the dress is fancier/sexier and the location is right, Delina Exclusif makes its appearance. But also only then.
The "normal" Delina, on the other hand, is an all-rounder, every season, at home, at work, on a date. Always appropriate, always on fleek.
For me an incredible fragrance, very thoughtful, present, with appropriate sillage, no danger (at normal dosage) to slay his fellow men.
Nice to have her move in with me today. We are sure to become good friends.