Au Delà by Fzotic / Bruno Fazzolari
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Au Delà is a perfume by Fzotic / Bruno Fazzolari for women and men and was released in 2013. The scent is floral-woody. The longevity is above-average. The production was apparently discontinued.
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Perfumer

Bruno Fazzolari

Fragrance Notes

CorianderCoriander
NeroliNeroli
JasmineJasmine
OakmossOakmoss
Orange blossomOrange blossom
AmberAmber

Ratings

Scent

8.45 Ratings

Longevity

8.04 Ratings

Sillage

7.34 Ratings

Bottle

5.710 Ratings
Submitted by Apicius, last update on 13.07.2018.
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8
Scent
8
Longevity
7
Sillage
6
Bottle
Carlossp

35 Reviews
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Poetry in a fragrance
Sometimes beauty is simple, but very beautiful.

Au Dela has the Cilantro outlet.

Heart: Neroli and Jasmine

Background: Blossom of Orange blossom, amber, resins and oak moss.

The opening of Au is floral subtle and humid, pure poetry, is a surprise for the fresh coriander, neroli, then appreciate notes, a slight touch to rose and jasmine. A deep core of flowers is perceived and the sweetness of the orange, amber, cedar and musk.

As Au Dela is dried, it is like hot and perfectly organic powder, it is a Chypre like those of before, that although they continue commercializing are lowering more and more in its components for the quality.

In short, it is a combination with so much floral grandeur and warm feeling, at all times, it seems nostalgic, but it is for its artistic refinement, I am more and more like this house of perfumes that I met by chance.

For this type of perfumes its longevity is great and with good sillage.
9
Scent
Rickbr

190 Reviews
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Art Noveau Orange Flower
Bruno Fazzolari Au Delà. There are some perfumes that enchant us with the comfort of their smell. Others seemss to offer us a strange and fascinating universe, sometimes more harmonious, sometimes noisy and demanding some patience to be appreciated. And there are others, such as Au Delà, which appear to be the synthesis of luxury, beauty and sophistication.

I find it interesting that Au Delà is totally different from lampblack in its inspiration - while one seems more primitive and conceptual, the other is more reachable with a definite shape. However, Au Delà is no less than lampblack, as cliché as it may seem is a perfume that makes me feel rich, with all the exquisite taste possibilites that could come together (and not always comes) when money is no longer a limiting.

There is something in Au Delà in its aroma and paint that make me think of the artistic movement Art Nouveau of the early nineteenth century. Maybe it's the union between fine art and an a careful aspect with its most practical and decorative side, bringing life to this most poetic part but everyday of our lives, the act of perfuming. Au Delà is like a representation of Art Nouveau with all the beauty, harmony and balance that can be achieved with an orange blossom scent.

The artist here combines the Egyptian neroli with the absolute of orange blossom, which gives the scent two different views of the flower (as both are produced by different techniques of extraction, which generate different aromatic profiles). It is interesting to me that this neroli / orange blossom has slightly indolic connotations, a sweet and harmonious citrus aroma and a green part, something that brings me into aspects of the galbanum. There is something in that orange blossom which also brings me to a very chic Jasmine, and these nuances of jasmine and galbanum at various times make me think of Au Delà as a more expensive version, harmonious and less difficult to appreciate of the classic Must de Cartier, as if Jasmine had been reduce to give space to orange blossom, rich in nuances, with also the bitter scent of galbanum only suggested, perhaps by the orange flower with the coriander.

The Au Delà Base also points me in the direction of Must de Cartier, but in a less dense version without the gourmand saturation. The harmony and lightness is a key word here, so that its fluid, silky character is maintained by what seems to me a combination of musks with hints of vanilla and some oak moss. In this last moment you think the scent has gone, but when the skin warms up a little you can see its understated beauty.

There is exactly nothing new in Au Dela, but it's funny how the constant search for cost reduction in the perfume production process causes a creation like this to sound so distinctive. Many worry in producing strange ideas, different, but often there is a hole for creations that value the richness and beauty of what we already know and love.

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