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Bvlgari Man In Black by Bvlgari Review
Man in Black is not quite the dark version of Bvlgari Man. Instead, it is a perfume of its own. It begins sweet, with a noticeable boozy quality, and becomes powdery as the fragrance develops. To us, this lacks creativity to keep us interested. It doesn’t help that the tonka bean swallows the florals. Still, we think that its easy-going nature despite being purported to be dark makes it a winner among casual perfume wearers.
Captivating, smooth drydown
Possesses above average longevity and sillage
Easy to like and consequently easy to wear
The florals, particularly the iris and tuberose, are overpowered by the tonka bean
We find it slightly powdery due to the leather
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The launch of Man in Black by Bvlgari coincides with the luxury house’s 130th anniversary. A flanker to 2010’s Bvlgari Man, the fragrance was signed by perfumer Alberto Morillas who mixed accords of amber, spices, leather, rum, benzoin, tuberose, guaiac wood and tonka bean. Its intensity is said to have been inspired by the Roman god of fire, Vulcan.