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Cale Fragranze D'Autore Mistero

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Cale Fragranze D'Autore Mistero

Top notes: rum, rhubarb and mint
Middle notes: pimento, elemi, saffron and basmati rice
Base notes: oak, agar, labdanum and musk

It starts off smelling like an oil painter's pallete of turpintine and paint. This is definitely due to the pimento. Pepper tends to make other green scents chalky smelling. The basmati rice and oak appear pretty quickly. The oak is very recognizable much like smelling oaked wine. The mint gives it a freshness and the rhubarb hides itself well in the mix. It's definitely not fruity. This is a very dry scent and saffron nicely moves atop of it. The price is good for the scent and would be a good comparison with Timbuktu, and Tauer's L'Air du desert Marocain since I feel it's as good. It's like Timbuktu without berries and mango and a more dry woody character with a similar matte quality. The agarwood and musk are round out the base and the staying power is pretty decent. Timbuktu is a bit stronger in impact because of the fruit but both drum on for awhile. Very unique nonetheless. If you wanted to pay more I would choose L'Air du desert Marocain and Timbuktu over this, but for the price and if you want something more subtle this would be a better choice.

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Cale Fragranze D'Autore Mistero

Top notes: rum, rhubarb and mint
Middle notes: pimento, elemi, saffron and basmati rice
Base notes: oak, agar, labdanum and musk

It starts off smelling like an oil painter's pallete of turpintine and paint. This is definitely due to the pimento. Pepper tends to make other green scents chalky smelling. The basmati rice and oak appear pretty quickly. The oak is very recognizable much like smelling oaked wine. The mint gives it a freshness and the rhubarb hides itself well in the mix. It's definitely not fruity. This is a very dry scent and saffron nicely moves atop of it. The price is good for the scent and would be a good comparison with Timbuktu, and Tauer's L'Air du desert Marocain since I feel it's as good. It's like Timbuktu without berries and mango and a more dry woody character with a similar matte quality. The agarwood and musk are round out the base and the staying power is pretty decent. Timbuktu is a bit stronger in impact because of the fruit but both drum on for awhile. Very unique nonetheless. If you wanted to pay more I would choose L'Air du desert Marocain and Timbuktu over this, but for the price and if you want something more subtle this would be a better choice.
Price
4.00 star(s)
Scent
4.00 star(s)
Quality
4.00 star(s)
Packaging
5.00 star(s)
Complexity
4.00 star(s)
Staying Power
4.00 star(s)
Quality of Atomizer
4.00 star(s)

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