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Pavarotti Donna Luciano Pavarotti for women

Pavarotti Donna Luciano Pavarotti for women
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Pavarotti Donna was launched in 1995 as a floral - fruity - chypre fragrance for women. The fragrance opens with notes of tagette, orange blossom, pineapple, yuzu, white peach and nectarine. The heart of jasmine, lily of the valley, Damask rose, lily, violet, ylang-ylang and gardenia, is followed by the base of oakmoss, patchouli, sandalwood, cedar, orris root, amber, musk, vanilla and styrax. The bottle is designed by Pierre Dinand.

Available as EDT.

Perfume Pyramid

Top Notes
African Orange flower Yuzu Peach Pineapple Marigold Nectarine

Middle Notes
Jasmine Gardenia Ylang-Ylang Rose Lily-of-the-Valley Violet Lily

Base Notes
Musk Sandalwood Patchouli oak moss Virginia Cedar Amber Styrax Vanille Orris Root

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Pavarotti Donna Fragrance Reviews

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Jola 72

I found it so remarkable similar to Mahora.Same greenish notes of oriental floral in the drydown.I am so happy to find You again,my big favorite of perfume.All character of Donna is shining that type of old school smells ,not faraway all Guerlains and quality is just amazing ...

P.S.I still keep an empty bottle of my beloved Mahora edP,just sad that it is discounted...Old nice memories...

By the way,I find even bottles simmilar too...LOVE


This is classic oriental floral, in style of Boucheron, not a chypre. Nice, traditional, nothing crazy there.


it is lovely. I don't think it's like tresor which I use very often. It deserves more positive votes and reviews


I really like this perfume.. I have first noticed it in 1998 and tried just because of its name :) I was too young for the kind but I have purchased one... Since then I always kept a bottle of it on my shelf.. I think it is unique, classy, feminine and romantic.. it has got very nice longevity..
I like this parfume because it reminds me old school fragrances, not like popular softish, candy/fruit or just flowery smells of today.. very sophisticated with harmony of several notes


Actually it smell exactly like TRESOR de Lancome with some powder notes. Not a cheap Perfume. Very 80's


As my user name suggests, I am a lover of opera music, and so I decided to add this scent (pdt) to my last order, just for fun. I'm generally not interested in celebrity scents, but this one had good reviews and it was very cheap, so I thought why not?

Well. The opening reminds me very much of Amarige and its burnt rubber-y tuberose, even if tuberose is not listed here. Then there's a fruity explosion, in the vein of Sophia Grojsman's rose-scented peach creations - somewhere between Yvresse, Tresor and Volupte. Actually I'd say mostly Volupte, even if that one has melons and Pavarotti does not. Very typical of the fruity scents that came out around 1990. They are not really my favourites, and neither is this one, although it does get warmer and deeper after 30-45 minutes. I can agree with the first reviewer that there is also a tobacco-like note in there.

I will have to try it again before I can decide what to do with this perfume. But I think that if I am to really enjoy Pavarotti, I should probably rather get my 1971 recording of "L'Elisir d'Amore" and listen to young Luciano in the role of poor, love-struck Nemorino - a wonderful role that apparently was perfect for him.


From my first sampling of an already opened edt splash bottle, I immediately considered this a true 80s classic. How did I miss it all this time?! It is indeed a Floral Chypre with fruit, and technically in the same class as Balenciaga's Talisman, Oleg Cassini original, and V'E by Versace- however, the fruit here is dripping, dark, and almost over-ripe. More of a marmalade. All the top notes listed are evident and bright, despite the certain oxidation of my bottle. The heart is heavy on Jasmine, Ylang-Ylang (compare to l'Arte d'Gucci), and a rose that is most definitely Damascene. The lily serves to boost the other florals, except the violet, which is completely obscured. The base is marvelous, smoke and moss. Like another reader, I also get tobacco flower. Simply divine, this is a steal at $20 online.

If you like the animal of La Nuit, smoke of Versace original, or the moss of Deneuve, you will love this drydown. It persists for hours.

To note, this is as strong in EDT as most other EDPs.


THis is really refined and classy.It doesnt deserve such a low rate and negative vote.It is complex and a real perfume ,not like todays fruty candy waters which i am sick of.It is very creamy,kinda reminds me of Amarige because of the white flowers i smell in it,but here they are not so sharp and in your nose like in Amarige ,but times better.I smell something like suede also.The perfume is georgeous -velvet white flowers.I will wear it with confidense and pleasure!Bravo Pavarotti!

edit .Oh my God I love it.I cant stop smelling my wrist.I inhale deeply like a drug addict


This is a very smooth, balmy fragrance. I detect mostly the marigold and fruit, which is natural, not overly sweet and contrived. The rose dances in and out throughout the wearing, sometimes I catch whiffs of it and it's very soft and light.

What I love about this is that the florals and sweetness are balanced so well with the green qualities of the marigold and light touches of oakmoss that it never falls too heavily into either territory.

I agree with I.I - this is quite unique, I can't really compare it with anything. And the parfum de toilette can be had for very little online, which just baffles me considering its well-structured composition and quality.


Oh I LOVE this perfume! I love it love it!
It's very retro and so ladylike.
It's a mature scent with medium sillage and very good longevity. Not suitable for younger women of our time. It's not a sweet perfume and it's not heavy.
It's really very very unusual and doesn't match anything I have ever smelled.
This perfume brings to my mind a romantic, sensitivly fatale, young enough woman dressed up with flaired sleeved dress and pearls or smoked silver jewels, long hair (straight or not).

To me this perfume SMELLS mostly like MARIGOLD and TOBACCO. I'd swear there is a dried, TOBACCO LEAFE note in it.
See,I live in a city which was always famous for its tobacco production, I'm passing from tobacco-storage buildings to go to my work every day.
No way could I be mistaken in this, but it may as well be a combination of different elements that creat this tobacco feeling.
Then, there isn't a strong oakmoss note FOR SURE. Oakmoss is what I HATE in perfumes (Chane 19 f.ex), I would know it right away, it brings me naucia. In fact, I don't smell a slight oakmoss note either (like I smell it in Jontue f.ex).
From another perfume I have, I would say that styrax is also quite distinguishable during the dry down.

A 90's perfume which bears the 'signs' of its era. JUST LOVELY! It surely worths giving it a chance!


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Pavarotti Donna by Luciano Pavarotti 3.91 out of 5 based on 39 ratings and 10 user reviews

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