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Via Camerelle Carthusia for women

Via Camerelle Carthusia for women
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I have it: 38 I had it: 14 I want it: 27 My signature: 2

main accords
fresh spicy
white floral
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A fragrance for women, which celebrates the desire for sea, for light, for flowers. A desire that returns punctually each spring. The name comes from Capri's legendary, picturesque shopping street.

Fragrance is available in Parfum 50 ml and Eau de Toilette 50-100 ml. Via Camerelle was launched in 2006.

Perfume Pyramid

Top Notes
Orange Bergamot Marjoram Lemon

Middle Notes
Cyclamen Lily Jasmine

Base Notes
Amber Musk Cedar

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This perfume reminds me of  
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Via Camerelle Fragrance Reviews


It starts rather sour citrusy. Tonnes of lemon, bergamot and what have you. Some may find it too sharp for starters. Please give it some time to settle down. And it moves from a fresh aromatic scent to skin scent, towards herbs and delicate notes of amber. I enjoy its bitterness at the beginning and how it transforms to pleasant, more feminine soft, warm and sunny base.
Definetely a unisex, a grown up scent. Give it a try.


Lovely blast of citrus/herbal notes at the start, then evolving into a completely different scent. After just, say 15 or 20 minutes, all the citrus is gone and you have an intriguing, floral/light amber scent. Very delicate and soft, but somehow unisex. I just adore this scent, but find myself wanting to reapply after a couple hours. I'll go through my bottle fast.


After falling in love with Mediterraneo I was keen to try this other citrus-centered offering from Carthusia, and I wasn't disappointed: Via Camerelle is another very natural, very natural and very high quality citrus scent.

This one is a bit farther outside of my comfort zone, as I usually like my citrus scents bright and simple and often a bit sweet, and this is no such thing: it's very green, smelling very herbal or even vegetable-like, and not sweet at all, at first it's the tiniest bit aquatic and then later on it becomes almost bitter. It's a bit startling at first, and I started out not being sure what to make of it, but the more I wear it the more I like it for this originality. I keep discovering different aspects of it, and the scent keeps growing on me. At this rate I'll love it by the time I finish my small decant!

By the way, like others have mentioned, I think this is perfectly unisex, maybe even slightly more masculine than feminine, so I was surprised by the "for women".


It is May 7, and today here in SW Pennsylvania is has gone up to 80 degrees! Unusually warm for us at this time of year.

I'm congratulating myself on picking Via Camerelle as my SOTD. Perfect! This is a sparkling semi-sweet citrus, herbal and refreshing. If it ends up being a hot Summer, this is going to be my go-to fragrance.

I sense a bit of Dior Eau Sauvage, 4711 and Jean Nate (yes, Jean Nate) in this lovely scent. This would be fantastic if stored in the 'fridge and freely sprayed on ones' self when coming inside from the heat.

Even if you don't like citrus, try this. It's unique, and just spectacular for warm weather.


A fantastic citrus aromatic, very refreshing, green and herbal. Marjoram plays a significant role in this on my skin and the outcome is very delightful.
Even though this is a citrus aromatic it is also very sweet and feminine, this might suit a hot summer day on a well dressed lady pretty nicely.
From the fruits orange is the most noticeable, although I do get loads of lemon in the background making this a bit sour (only in the best way). I do get a bits of flower in the background also, on me jasmine is what's most recognizable.

A great summer scent, worth a try, very high quality, very natural smelling citruses (and that is something as usually citrus does smell synthetic on me). Try this out on your search for that perfect beach scent.


I don't undertand why this fragrance is feminine, for me smells a man aftershave, is very pleasant and green, but I gave it to my husband and he loves it.


Clean and citrus. I am back in Italy when I wear this one. Easy on the nose. Would be great for daytime.


Via Camerelle is interesting in the sense that it's a citrus scent which leans more towards a bitter and green side.

I find this scent very unisex and I think it's great for Summer, particularly when on a vacation. This perfume is rather distinctive and in some ways, herbaceous.

The herbs and citrus thankfully blend well, creating a very unique and pleasing scent. It's quite concentrated with an odd dampness which dominates in the heart and the drydown.

Although bitter scents aren't really my cup of tea, I enjoy smelling Via Camerelle, probably more so on a tester card or someone else's skin other than my own.

The drydown was actually quite salty to my nose, it also reminded me of the scent of dry cat food. I must add that I like both of these smells, so it wasn't as repulsive as the description makes it appear to be.

Via Camerelle is not my favourite from Carthusia as I like their much sweeter, more feminine offerings, however there is nothing unpleasant about this little gem. In all honesty, this is the most unique from the six I've tried.


Tested out the EDT. This is a beautiful citrus/floral aromatic.

The opening has a lovely spicy citrus opening which is fleeting. The soft floral middle notes open delicately to bridge the citrus notes with the warm woodsy musk finish.

This is a scent that stays close to the skin and would be perfect for a nice spring/summer day or in an office setting.

Added to collection December 2010


Smell of sunny citruses, bitter herbst and salty amber - interesting, but the staying power doesn't impress :( Three, maybe four hours, that's all.


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Via Camerelle by Carthusia 3.98 out of 5 based on 51 ratings and 10 user reviews

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