Odori
Gli Odori
2008

Odori / Gli Odori by Profumo di Firenze
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Odori is a perfume by Profumo di Firenze for women and men and was released in 2008. The scent is spicy-green. It is being marketed by Arnoway. Pronunciation
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Main accords

Spicy
Green
Woody
Citrus
Gourmand

Fragrance Pyramid

Top Notes Top Notes TarragonTarragon LaurelLaurel RosemaryRosemary
Heart Notes Heart Notes Carrot leafCarrot leaf NutmegNutmeg Celery seedCelery seed
Base Notes Base Notes SandalwoodSandalwood CedarwoodCedarwood

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7.124 Ratings
Longevity
6.517 Ratings
Sillage
5.414 Ratings
Bottle
7.417 Ratings
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A Celery Perfume!
A fragrant walk over a Florentine market place – this is the story behind Gli Odori, the best fragrance of the Odori line. It is hard to believe that one could wear a perfume which smells like the taste of a vegetable soup, however, it works!

The core of this composition is a combination of very distinct kitchen herbs and vegetables: celery leaf is dominating this accord but I also get impressions of lovage and fennel. The rest of the herbs mentioned in the pyramid does not stand out. The herbs are combined with a juicy and appetizing lemon in the top notes, and this gives Gli Odori a hearty, straightforward and optimistic appeal. There are two ingredients that transfer this hotchpotch into a serious perfume: a dirty and slightly sweaty spiciness which is usually provided by cumin (not listed), and decent warm woody notes in the base.

Gli Odori is as outstanding and spectacular as a celery perfume could be, yet, it is fine and elegant as well. For me, it is hard to believe that this could have been done with such a distinct kitchen herb note, but here it is! It is simply brilliant.

Of course, the story around this fragrance limits its use a bit too much – Firenze is a beautiful town, but I do not travel there that often. Also, as a tourist you visit the churches, the Uffici and pay a visit to Michelangelo's David. Maybe you do not go to the back roads and hidden alleys, and not the markets where such a herb and vegetable bouquet might attack your nose. Gli Odori is Firenze as seen rather by the inhabitants, not the tourists. This market place is a crowded one where the scents of human sweat (cumin!) mix with the scent of the lemons, vegetables and the wooden crates – a sensual experience indeed. What is really admirable is how perfect these four aspects of Gli Odori are put together: lemon, celery, salty sweat (cumin) and woods. The only criticism I have is that Gli Odori is so much identical to the picture of the crowded Italian market place that it becomes difficult to wear at other occasions. I have to admit that I haven't worn it too often in spite of the fact that this fragrance is absolutely fantastic. It is just that the Florence market story does not appeal to me, and I haven't found another one for me so far.

I know that my description must evoke a lot of doubts about this fragrance. Yet, I think nobody should have to die without having smelled Gli Odori before. Go get your sample!
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