Bergamotto di Calabria (2018)

Bergamotto di Calabria by Perris Monte Carlo
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Bergamotto di Calabria is a new perfume by Perris Monte Carlo for women and men and was released in 2018. The scent is citrusy-floral. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesItalian bergamot, Paraguayan petigrain, Sichuan pepper, Pink pepper
Heart Notes Heart NotesItalian orange blossom water, Moroccan neroli, Orange blossom absolute, Jasmine absolute
Base Notes Base NotesIris, Sandalwood, Haitian vetiver, Musk



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Uncommented fragrances No. 133

Last year Perris Monte Carlo released three summer fragrances in a white bottle (Bergamotto di Calabria, Cedro di Diamante, Mandarino di Sicilia) that I liked right away. Of course, a certain enthusiasm for colognes and their variants is needed, but if you bring this preference with you, these three new representatives of colognes are small lovingly designed works of art, because they vary the classical orientation of the Eau de Colognes and Kölnisch Wässer refined by emphasizing a different accent in each case (Cedro: citric green tones with musk base; Mandarino: fruit notes; Bergamotto: essential Hesperidien oils)
Bergamotto die Calabria falls a little behind the other two representatives in terms of grading and assessment by other users, which is certainly due to the fact that Bergamot di Calabria is the most classic, Weill heißen traditionally from the Eau de Colognes fragrance kit by Perris Monte Carlo. Bergamot and / or Petigrain, Neroli and / or orange blossoms and a woody base contain all the original Eau de Colognes and Kölnisch Wässer by default, which some have remembered as the scent of the 70s refreshment towels.
On the other hand, 4711, Farina and other brands with new innovative variants are experiencing a real boom in Cologne waters, so that Perris Monte Carlo seems to have recognized nothing but the signs of the times.

In the case of Bergamotto di Calabria, bergamot and the even more pointed petitgrain in the nose pierce first, a prelude that I particularly appreciate, is then softened and replaced by the typical Neroli fragrance, but then develops a heart full of soft flowers, to conclude in a soft woody base (and here lies the difference to the classic Cologne water, which relies more on the harsher cedar wood).

That's not spectacular or new, not a bit, but reinvented in such a beautiful way that it's simply fun. Anyone who appreciates Kölnisch Wässer must like the scent. Those who are not a friend of this fragrance will not know what to do with Bergamotto di Calabria
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