Maestrale 2006 Eau de Parfum

Maestrale (Eau de Parfum) by Profumi di Pantelleria
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Maestrale (Eau de Parfum) is a popular perfume by Profumi di Pantelleria for men and was released in 2006. The scent is fresh-spicy. It was last marketed by Profumart / Profumitalia. Pronunciation
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamotBergamot LavenderLavender RhubarbRhubarb
Heart Notes Heart NotesCarnationCarnation IrisIris CardamomCardamom CorianderCoriander
Base Notes Base NotesAmbrette seedAmbrette seed VetiverVetiver CedarwoodCedarwood

Ratings

Scent

7.788 Ratings

Longevity

7.462 Ratings

Sillage

6.661 Ratings

Bottle

6.744 Ratings
Submitted by Seglein, last update on 04.02.2022.
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Drseid

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Somewhat Similar to Bursch, Maybe Even Better...
Maestrale goes on skin with just the faintest whiff of bergamot before a gorgeous combination of slightly salty rhubarb, rum, coriander and cedar emerges and takes center stage. Cedar is really the star here, but the rhubarb, dry rum and spices are used as balance to play off the sharp cedar. The boozy spiced cedar remains the focus through the heart, now also joined by vetiver emerging from the base that adds a bit of sparkle and effervescence. A musk mallow note softens the composition to a nice pleasant disposition in the dry-down. Projection is minimal and longevity is excellent.

Maestrale reminds me quite a bit of one of my favorite scents that gets little love here or elsewhere called Bursch by Acqua di Biella. The notes like cedar, rum and rhubarb and vetiver are quite similar, so I guess I should not be too surprised. Unlike with Bursch, Maestrale uses a more sharp vetiver in its base to add sparkle to the cedar, while the amberette (musk mallow) going the polar opposite in the dry-down creating a nice juxtaposition. I guess Maestrale comes off as less dry, spicier and more balanced than Bursch when smelling them side-by-side. Truth be told they are starting to develop quite differently, with Maestrale keeping my attention slightly better; both are excellent to be sure. Maestrale is an invigorating combination of cedar with spicy elements that earns an "excellent" rating of 4 stars out of 5.
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7.5
Longevity
PBullFriend

306 Reviews
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cold wind at the beach
At the beginning, I smell sweet orange and a hint of cumin (maybe it's the cedar?). Soon, a sand dune note comes along - warm & salty. Savory sand and tangerines that eventually ripen into a hint of rhubarb that smells like some kind of beach grass. Even though this doesn't contain many of the traditional "aquatic" notes, it is one of the most accurate beachy scents I've smelled - a beach with a cold wind blowing. Just beautiful.(080210)
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TURQUOISETURQUOISE 5 months ago
10
Scent
One of my favorite perfumes on a man! Simply love it...
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HajuvanaHajuvana 4 years ago
Tart, coniferous, linear and long-lasting. Too distinctive and monotoneous for frequent use IMO, but makes a very refreshing change of pace.
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