Spirito Fiorentino 2018

Spirito Fiorentino by Tiziana Terenzi
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Spirito Fiorentino is a popular perfume by Tiziana Terenzi for women and men and was released in 2018. The scent is leathery-sweet. Projection and longevity are above-average. It is being marketed by Cereria Terenzi Evelino. Pronunciation

Main accords

Leathery
Sweet
Spicy
Woody
Smoky

Fragrance Pyramid

Top Notes Top Notes JasmineJasmine Purple Lily OrangeOrange Italian saffronItalian saffron
Heart Notes Heart Notes AmbergrisAmbergris MagnoliaMagnolia Lily of the valleyLily of the valley Ylang-ylangYlang-ylang
Base Notes Base Notes AmberAmber OakmossOakmoss MuskMusk Tuscan leatherTuscan leather SandalwoodSandalwood BirchBirch

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7.9390 Ratings
Longevity
8.9359 Ratings
Sillage
8.5358 Ratings
Bottle
8.7339 Ratings
Value for money
7.1232 Ratings
Submitted by Franfan20, last update on 07.02.2023.
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Beachhrox
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Top Review 29  
I love you!
Sometimes I think perfumes have different compositions depending on my mood. I don't smell burnt rubber tires, thank God. No swamp or dog pee either. A little rubber, yes. And in fact, this scent reminds me of Haribos with gummy bears and licorice mix. (Love me!) And of course, my much-loved BR540! In fact- and probably I'm the only one there- I also smell the Instant Crush by Mancera out here!
A soft and high-quality leather jacket was also mixed in here.
I hope this is a fitting review, as I often don't do much with the individual scents. Orange I do not grab here and am very glad about it. The saffron in any case, what evtl also the similarity to BR540 makes?!

Overall, it has overtaken my favorite BR540, as this fragrance is more versatile here, definitely more unisex and has an exceedingly strong addictive potential for me!
Thanks to Spirito Fiorentino, I'm now sorting out my modest collection, as this one came racing in, leather jacket, cotton candy in hand, on a brand new Harley at a pace that it didn't take me much time to adore this scent! That's right, divine! I think I finally found my scent. BR540 and Spirito Fiorentino- haaaaach
Thanks for reading ???
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Joliefleur88
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The Perfume of Horror....
My headline actually says it all.

I got a filling today (unfortunately 10ml) and had to test it immediately.
Have made me almost with excitement in the pants. Filling unpacked, 1 splash on the wrist (left, right ready). OH MAN WHAT IS THAT FOR A STINK? It smelled directly after swamp and burnt rubber tires (very burnt tires) and something MFK 540. Totally frightened I remembered a YouTuberin which meant one should give the smell approx.30 min, then the burnt tires would burn off. Unfortunately, it got worse and worse. I was really sick :-(
On my skin remains unfortunately this burnt smell mixed with something sümpfiges and somehow also earth.
There is a certain smell after a summer rain in the city, smells mostly like dog pee and warm earth. I notice that on my skin all the time. Unfortunately, nothing sweet has developed on me. MFK 540 was just gaaaaaay light at first.
Now 8 hours later my wrists still stink of it. Which speaks for its durability.

I wanted to test it, since Baccarat with me often Ghosted but I get me now rather the Extrait.
Unfortunately, I do not understand the enthusiasm from the Youtubern. I definitely do not want to smell like that and do not want to smell it on my partner either. Totally terrible.

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Rookie82
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Very helpful Review 24  
Successful departure from perfection
Release date 2018, a fully justified average score of 8.5, but no one has ever felt the need to dedicate more than 140 characters to this fragrance poem. If you want to take the time to investigate the causes, you can conclude that a plagiarism accusation is possibly the reason for this criminal disregard However, from my point of view, this approach makes things much too easy for me.

Those who in the past, due to lack of hobbies and too much free time, have followed my contributions know that I am constantly "swaying" around Kurdjians Baccarat Rouge. It is always important to me to mention that it is the Extrait variant. This fragrance fascinates and touches me. It is able to lift the mood quickly and yet I use it rarely enough to have refrained from a firm purchase again and again But what's the reason for that?
Do I think it's too feminine? Not at all... unlike the EdP, I think of him as maximally genderless.

Then what is it?
Well, I think the perfection was simply taken to the extreme by MFK in such a way that I subconsciously miss a note that gives beauty an endearing "blemish".

Visually, I'm probably looking for something like Cindy Crawford's mole, a distinctive reference point that only in very few cases manages to make something absolutely beautiful even more beautiful by something supposedly "bad".

The absolute round of the original seems almost surreal and it lacks the decisive impression of the original, let's call it that way, credibly imprints the stamp that it seems to be from this earth
So I always have the impression that I have to be at least the most noblest dressed person in this world to create a harmonious overall picture in combination with B540.
Not only does this read complicated - and probably silly - it's also.
So I'm constantly looking for less perfect alternatives and I'm very happy to have already found twice as many
The somewhat more distant cousin Kalan is in this context what you would probably call the NoBrain alternative nowadays. Goes all year round, always, everywhere... fits perfectly, but it doesn't reach the quality of BR540, but he doesn't want to either.

Spirito Fiorentino, on the other hand, operates on an absolute level, in the uppermost premium segment, but has - watch out for puns - Cindy's (liver) leather patch over the upper lip, which I found so attractive in the 90s. He manages not to reveal the supposedly sought-after blemish as such, but turns the perfect round into something like the perfect oval. A perfect oval may not be considered possible by many people, as they only know them as round or square, but from my point of view, one can act too ambitoniert when trying to appeal to a sensory impression.

Some people consider this additional leather twist a disturbing factor, I have read about burnt rubber with an eyebrow raised to the maximum. But for me it is certain ... it's not a bug, it's a feature!

A very fairly priced bottle is currently on its way to me.
The hope is very big to have found the perfect not perfect fragrance. The 10 disguised as 9, which gives me much more range of use to choose from, but still remains special enough to keep the absolute eye level.
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Jondal
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Top Review 8  
"You smell penetrating, but it's so great"
Spirito Fiorentino first found its way to me last year in a package with various bottlings. What exactly would await me in this fragrance I was not yet aware at the time. Arrived at my place I sprayed it expectantly on a test strip, waited a short moment and sniffed it: The first impression hit me like a blast and I thought at first only "boah that smells just like pure alcohol, how can you like something like that?". A little disappointed I waited a few hours, but even then I could not get anything out of the smell on the strip, which is why the sample disappeared again in the drawer. Big mistake! Some time later, I tested it again, but now on the skin, where the whole nuances of this wonderful fragrance creation emerged for me. Smoky, sweet with a gently resonating leather note and a beautifully balanced saffron. An absolute dream, how did I get this so wrong on the test strip? Bought it outright.
The bottle is an eye-catcher and absolutely high-quality, which you can expect in this price range. Durability and sillage are really good on my skin. The fragrance projects at least 4h hours extremely strong, then becomes a little closer to the skin, but is still 10-14h well perceived. On clothes, it lasts forever. A real beast even with fewer sprays.
With this fragrance you truly draw attention to yourself and make a statement. I had worn it last summer on a birthday and was really very often asked about it, simply because it is really exciting, unique and above all potent. Hence the quote from the title.
In summary, you can say that you get for your money here a real masterpiece from the house of Tiziana Terenzi. He certainly does not please everyone, so be sure to test before (best on the skin ?)!
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Stallone97
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The masculine and dominant Baccarat
Paolo Terenzi is known as a talented and highly professional perfumer. The high-class fragrances he has created, most of which enjoy respect and recognition in the perfume community, are more than proof of this.
Spirito Fiorentino is definitely not a clone or dupe of BR540, but a completely own fragrance. The "baccarat note" is just one of many that play a role in the overall composition of the fragrance. The heavy bottle, which you could use now and then as a substitute for a dumbbell, is extremely high-quality.
After spraying on dominates the leathery in combination with the smoky note. Here I would like to emphasize that I have never smelled such a qualitative leather note. Take the smell of leather seats of a new S-Class and you have the leather note of the SF. For me, the leather note does not dominate the first 10 minutes as many claim, but extends over about an hour and gives the fragrance a masculine flair. Only after that is the baccarat note clearly perceptible. The more time passes, the more the baccarat note stands out. The leather note remains in the background. From the extremely engaging combination between the smoky, leathery and baccarat note results in an incomparable and attractive sillage, which can not be surpassed by its individuality.
The H/S plays in the Champions League. The fragrance was still perceptible on my skin 3 days (!) later. The fact that this is
is an extrait version, becomes obvious. I have the SF against the BR 540 edp compete and asked some women about it. Except for one, who found the SF too smoky, all were of the opinion that a man should rather reach for the SF, whereby many did not question the art in the masterpiece of Mr. Francis Kurkdjian.

Summa summarum can be stated that Paolo Terenzi has created a fragrance with SF, which has a certain exclusivity due to the interplay of qualitative fragrance notes, which I have not yet seen and perceived in this combination.
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JehriJehri 3 months ago
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Overwhelmingly burning rubber.
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BoBoChampBoBoChamp 1 year ago
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A dry and smooth, slightly sweet, spicy-woody Fall fragrance, with a rather pungent and rubbery, smoky-leathery opening. More masculine.
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MariaSMariaS 2 years ago
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A leathery BR540. Not so sweet and more appropriate for men than the original BR540. I like the twist with the leather-woody notes.
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BertolucciKBertolucciK 2 years ago
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Spirito Fiorentino starts sweet and very leathery. I get some raspberry and burned sugar. The saffron is beautiful and there is a BR540 vibe
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