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Aqva Amara by Bvlgari Review

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Aqva Amara by Bvlgari Review
Aqva Amara should not be dismissed based on first impressions alone. The opening of mandarin orange and neroli is very familiar, and coupled with being subtle, could be bordering on boring. However, once the other notes emerge, no matter how sheer, it smells more interesting to us because of the earthy quality that it adds to the citrus. This is not bound to dominate the room, but you could smell the scent on your wardrobe for many hours.
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Lovely earthy, aquatic drydown
Excellent longevity
Sillage was faint, although nothing unusual for its kind
Generic opening of neroli and mandarin orange
We find the mandarin orange could be grating at some points
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Bvlgari released a new flanker of its fragrance Aqva in the Aqva Amara in 2014. It was created by perfumer Jacques Cavallier to realize what Bvlgari imagines would be a more luxurious take on a Mediterranean-inspired fragrance. Its notes include neroli, mandarin, white incense olibanum and patchouli. It was made available as an eau de toilette in both 50 and 100 ml.

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