* Profumi Del Forte is an ultra high end Italian niche line – smelling their fragrances, it’s easy to tell that they use the highest quality ingredients across the board.

* The initial kick is pure sweetness with plum and strawberry, with a touch of tuberose.

* Versilia Aurum is a powerhouse statement of a perfume.  It is obviously made for women but is so over the top strong that a man with confidence could make this smell very sexy indeed.

* After the sweet fruit recedes, the tuberose stays strong as other florals make their presence known.  Each time I wear it, I smell something different – a white floral with a touch of orchid, a jammy rose fighting the tuberose, and sometimes, a dirty iris is mixed with the tuberose.

* I first smelled this fragrance at Selfridge’s in London.  As someone who likes dark and evil, this was so far the opposite that I was attracted to it.  The fact that it lasted through two showers and more than 36 hours of wear made it worth the high price to me.

* The base notes last forever (see above) and are a comforting mix of vanilla, amber, and balsams.

Summary:  Versilia Aurum is not for everyone.   Guys who wear it need to be very confident in their masculinity.  Gals who wear it need to strong enough to project such a strong fragrance.  Two sprays will last you for days.  If you get a spritz on clothing, it will last through a laundering.   I absolutely adore this scent and wish that it was available as a candle.  Please note that this fragrance is quite expensive, but it is of the highest quality and lasts a long time.

Profumi Del Forte Versilia Aurum is available from LuckyScent.

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2 Responses to Profumi Del Forte Versilia Aurum Fragrance Review

  1. Undina says:

    When I came across this brand at a small boutique I didn’t know about this company. I tried By Night, White and By Night, Black and liked both. Unfortunately, not only they are expensive (which I’m already used to with high quality perfumes) but also the only size available is 100 ml. There is hardly any perfume of which I need 100 ml – especially if it has a good tenacity. But given a chance I will test this line and will eventually get at least a decant.

  2. I need to try this.

    And like Undina, I wish more niche/luxury brands would offer 50ml bottles or even 30ml bottles. As an addict, I don’t need anything in a 100ml bottle. I’ll never use it all and I’m running out of space!

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