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Tristano Tristano Onofri for men

Tristano Tristano Onofri for men
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fresh spicy

Tristano fragrance was launched German - Italian designer Tristano Onofri n 1989t. The fragrance is woody, oriental and fougere.

Top notes: basil, bergamot, lavender, clary sage and green notes. Heart: geranium, jasmine, rose, lily-of-the-valley and sandalwood. Base: amber, musk, cedar, leather, moss, patchouli, tonka and vanilla.

Available as EDT.

Perfume rating: 4.33 out of 5 with 7 votes.

Perfume Pyramid

Top Notes
Bergamot Green Notes Basil Clary Sage

Middle Notes
Jasmine Geranium Sandalwood Rose Lily-of-the-Valley

Base Notes
Musk Patchouli oak moss Virginia Cedar Amber Tonka Bean Vanille Leather

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Tristano Fragrance Reviews


Tristano is not an easy fragrance. It's sharp, adstringent, harsh. Specially the top notes, due to the Lavender and neroli. In these gourmand times, some will be repelled by it, they 'll think their bottle gone bad. No way. Tristano is just like that: sour, amazingly sour. Once the middle notes exhale, a woody and powdery accord joins the sharpness. The bottle says It's a mix of cedar, sandalwood, benzoin and ylang. They bring some shy sweetness, enhanced by vanilla. Definitely old-school, prepare yourself to smell, mixed with all the notes described above, an earthy/musty accord of oakmoss and patchouli.


Think musky fougere type lavender-dominant accord (with basil) conjoined to heavy, damp florals. This is "old school," sharp, and "in your face" (the sandalwood note is strong too!). However, over time, an almost gourmand base pushes its way forward. At one point they seem to "meet in the middle," leading to a very interesting kind of scent. I could understand how some might view this as a note clash, so you would have to sample and decide for yourself. On the undeniably positive side, this is rich and natural smelling. It's also not especially animalic, and it's got only a little sweetness. Over time, the notes blend and it becomes somewhat creamy, though the wood provides structure. If what I'm saying makes little sense to you and you generally don't like older scents, I can't imagine that you'd like this one, which at this point in history is more for the aficionado ctrowd, particularly those who like sharpness.


I had it, there nineties, I totally forgot about it, but nice to have it thrown in base.absolutely strange perfume, begins as a treasure, aided lavender, bergamot gives this spicy note, his clary sage, giving the skin tone, to suddenly plunged into 'rose and pulled the classic perfume 80's, but then comes, the incredible mix, cedar wood, which gives it the green sharpness, and musk, which is so very strong, animal, again a typical representative of the 80 - those that would have given patchouli and vanilla, almost powdery trace neverovati cute and tonka gives bitterness.Exceptional fine perfume, which literally goes from one extreme to another, typically male, macho, coarse, green, and very musky and up vanilla's powdery bitter, truly amazing fragrance even handle the thought, as he came out on the market, the same year as the Joop Homme, that Mr. Wolfgang, 'borrowed' the idea from his naturalized 'compatriots, and later became, planetary famous. However, a remarkable perfume, which has unfortunately remained on the sidelines, Designer perfumes, and it is not at all deserved, and it seems to me that this story is repeated, over 'borrowing for Dior, they allegedly stripped Fahrenheit by a Canadian designer, not to forget Hugo Boss and Davidoff, so it seems, that 'lending, not an invention of the present day, but also extended to the relatively distant past!


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