Monday, 30 June 2014

Trussardi (Vintage) Review

Trussardi’s eponymously named perfume in many ways recalls Chanel No.19, both approximating a green, floral leather Chypre. Here, the galbanum driven verdancy is rendered slightly sharper by some aromatic/coriander bitterness that comes off smelling slightly urinous. The rose-jasmine-muguet heart complex meanwhile, is accompanied by a pronounced labdanum sweetness and rests on a more classically-styled Chypre base with moss and patchouli.
A real gem.

Nose: Unknown
House: Trussardi
Release date: 1984
Notes (per Fragrantica): aldehyde, green herbs, bergamot, hyacinth, galbanum, spicy coriander, geranium, jasmine, tuberose, ylang-ylang, leather, styrax, amber, cedar, sandalwood, patchouli, vanilla.

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