Frescoamaro means “fresh and sour” in Italian, and it is indeed a fresh and sour scent – or better say, more precisely; fresh and salty-camphoraceous. I smell a head accord of white flowers, citrus, then down to green notes, some melonal kind of synthetic fruits (stuff like [insert a crap fruity designer scent of the 2000s]), something ozonic coming and going, cedar, slightly mossy-earthy notes, a hint of vanilla. And underneath all of this, a persistent and quite bold salty-humid feel with a metallic aftertaste, something like sweaty skin. Not sure if that is due to “white-grey” musks or what. Overall Frescoamaro is not bad, though: it’s a discreet scent which smells like dozens of mainstream scents playing the same “citrus-woody-aquatic” card. Without praise or blame.