Armani ARMANI CODE PROFUMO EDP 110ml

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Armani ARMANI CODE PROFUMO EDP 110ml

Armani ARMANI CODE PROFUMO EDP 110ml

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This Parfum is better than the earlier EDP for me, as the EDP has a slightly jarring pineapple note in the drydown.

I'm looking at the notes while smelling this on my shirt and the first thing I think I smell is the Iris, Tonka, and Cedar. In case anyone is wondering, the other "blue" that I've purchased, which both my wife and I love, is PdM Percival. After wearing it for 6 hours and taking a shower, I could still easily detect it on my arm the whole evening.

Of the core Code line, the Parfum performs the best, and puts the profile into a nicely sophisticated space that I prefer. It is sufficiently sweet and powdery for dates and cooler months, yet fresh and soapy enough for work and warm weather. It is smoother than Y, whereas the ginger and other notes in Y flankers tend to give it a gritty, spicy accord that others may prefer. I tried this at sephora and I sprayed it on my pulse point and my shirt and it is so damn good and after couple of hours, it is freaking weak. I don’t have a giant collection so there could be better comparisons but the iris is similar to that in Gentlemen EDT Intense, just not nearly as aromatic or “minty” of the top.

Absolu was much the same for me, but with an underlying silkiness that made me hate disliking it even more. The second time I sprayed it was 42 hours ago, I wasn't freshly out of shower and this Iris is still strong on me as I type this. This Parfum version though is in my top 5 scents right now, a solid 9/10 for me, highly recommended. Absolu and Profumo are more date night sweetness, Code Parfum is a bit more generalized freshness for office or formal wear.The opening reminds me a tiny bit of the Armani Code Parfum, as it is a part of the same family, but differentiates itself a lot from Code 2004 and Code Parfum as it transitions to the middle and base notes. Unfortunate--you can’t please everyone, but I am not the type to admonish others for enjoying what tickles their fancies. I feel like anything I have to say about this or Absolu should include some kind of run-down of my history with the line. So far, 2 parts this to 1 part Lost Cherry is delightful (it's like Cherry Cola), and has made me want to layer it below other things.

Atomizers are black, dupe bottles are very close to real deal and fragrance is not bad but not ACP (and very fleeting). You can get complements which is nice, but it’s definitely very bland and I do see more perfumes or colognes like this who smell similar for a bit less.

Way better than the original Armani Code 2004, makes the smell stand out a lot more with how deep and rich the smell is. I wasn’t sure I would, and I wanted to give it proper wearing before purchasing a bottle, so I found a decant site and grabbed a 5ml. It leans a little more "clubby" than the other flankers, but still retains that mature, refined Armani classiness. There's something about this fragrance that makes me feel I've smelled it a 100 times before but don't know where. The opening is slightly fresh and aromatic, there are some floral and slightly citrus notes that reminded me a little of the opening of Le Male Le Parfum and Armani Code Eau de Parfum, however after 10 minutes the aroma changes and It becomes a powdery and aromatic aroma where the notes of tonka bean and iris and a light floral herbal accord similar to lavender stand out, perhaps it is the sage that is listed.



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