Panama 1924: Fefè is inspired by the dapper men of the last century’s Naples and evokes a sense of style that remains classy to this day. For Boellis, the person who would wear the scent would place utmost importance to the little details. Made by perfumer Maurizio Cerizza, the fragrance included notes of tarragon, alafi lemon, jasmine sambac, saffron, orange blossom, patchouli, guaiac wood, amber, cashmere wood and musk. It was officially launched in 2015.
Panama 1924: Fefè by Boellis Review
We’re not sure if Boellis is intentionally misleading with Panama 1924: Fefè’s perfume bottle, but the scent is deeper and richer than what one may assume from the packaging. After all, it claims to be inspired by men boasting of a refined masculine style. This translates into a aromatic patchouli and musk, both hard to miss, while complemented with some citrusy, green notes. The blend definitely feels complex for us, and while it has that going for it, wearability is not—it might be too heavy for everyday wear.
A complex, aromatic scent that lends warmth
The patchouli and musk are rich and not synthetic
A little boring, does not see much development
We don’t think it’s easy to wear, and therefore not an ideal everyday scent
Can be headache-inducing especially in warm weather
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