Aramis Tuscany Per Uomo - Opinios Reviews

Tuscany Per Uomo cologne for Men by Aramis

7.7 out of 10
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  • Date Added: 27/12/2014
    Aramis Tuscany Per Uomo is a fabulous leather blend with touches of lavender and citrus. It stays close to the skin but lasts for an entire day on my skin. This is only form men and i just love it!
     by William
  • Date Added: 27/10/2012
    This is an herbal slap in the face by a sharply-dressed 40-year-old Italian playboy millionaire. It's a bit harsh at first, with a strong natural lemon note, but it soon becomes much smoother and more woody, and apologizes a bit for initially overpowering you. To me, it is the lemon that gives this the right to be called Tuscany, though probably a Tuscan autumn rather than summer because of the slight nip in the air that the herbs convey to me. It really makes me envision a small town in northern Italy, as featured in countless Olive Garden commercials, or, alternatively, a crisp golden november evening in the semi-desert scrubland where I grew up, east of LA. This is unambiguously man-juice, but not in such a brash way that you wish it would just shut up after a while, like some of the other 80s kick-you-in-the-balls scents. Sometimes I worry that it's too strong, but if you spray conservatively, you're probably OK. From the ones I've smelled, Aramis in general maintains a line of men's fragrances that still smell satisfyingly like men's fragrances.
     by ted
  • Date Added: 27/10/2012
    I love this fragrance. I find it to be very similar to Azzaro PH (which is one of my all-time favorite fragrances). In fact, there are some aspects of Tuscany that I may like even more. The bergamot/citrus opening is not quite as sharp as Azzaro PH (I can go into public immediately after applying Tuscany). I find Tuscany's patchouli dry-down to be less "soapy" than that of Azzaro...Very smooth patchouli. My one complaint is a big one. Whereas Azzaro gets smoother and better throughout the wearing, Tuscany just disappears. While I find myself still enjoying Azzaro 8-10 hours after application. I can barely detect Tuscany after 4-5 hours. Tuscany's sillage is much tamer than that of Azzaro PH. I have to use twice as much to get the desired effect. Then I find myself reapplying it 4-5 hours later. When I first tried it, I had so much hope. Had I found a new signature fragrance? I simply like Tuscany that much. But alas, it's weak sillage and poor longevity are simply too significant a negative factor to allow Tuscany to challenge as my new signature frangrance. It's still a great fragrance...Just not my new favorite.
     by Anonymous
  • Date Added: 27/10/2012
    In my opinion, the best ever from this house - Vintage Tuscany Per Uomo is truly a modern classic. This came out in 1984, the same year another masculine powerhouse scent was released, Davidoff for Men (Original). This could be its cousin back home in Italy - wearing a tailored suit, sunglasses and chic as hell. Both are masculine and rich fragrances (Davidoff is a powerhouse) that feature a blast of lime, some great florals (along with green notes and herbs in the heart) and a wonderful base of patchouli and leather with a very nice, natural moss. There are significant differences. I find Tuscany Per Uomo to be a touch more refined and slightly less macho. It is not better or worse, just different. The anise/tarragon accord also offers something unique here and where these two fragrances take different paths (and the reference to Azzaro Pour Homme that many mention) - warming the heart along with the earthy caraway (also a note they share). Davidoff for Men has an amazing sharp carnation note (with a hint of rose) that is more muscular...and goes wonderful with the artemisia top-note. Enough comparison, although the common year and olfactory notes do have similar points - it is in the way Tuscany Per Uomo develops that makes it so different. I have Vintage YSL Pour Homme and YSL Pour Homme Haute Concentration. I find similarities with Yves Saint Laurent's bottlings more than Davidoff Original, but I wanted to discuss that comparison (and how different they truly are) as the scent pyramids are similar. What you get is an entirely different scent, level of power and overall "vibe". YSL Pour Homme (and Haute Concentration) have wonderful openings of bright citrus, a blend of herbs (some bitterness, some fresh) and a nice dry down into patchouli and moss (with wood) - very similar in notes as well to Tuscany Per Uomo. However, while more similar in construction, power, the "vibes" here are different in one unique way - YSL's offerings are clearly classic French styling, while Tuscany has a completely Italian soul and it transports you to the beautiful region around Florence. That is its charm and beauty...! Vintage formula is the only "Tuscany Per Uomo" - period. Do not waste your money on the reformulation. I have a bottle that will be savored for years to come. It is special. I have been to and loved Tuscany as a place. Some great reviews here that mention just how good this is. It is not very bold or too loud or a true powerhouse - but simply a rich, complex and wonderful composition that is timeless. This will only be recognized more and more over the years ahead (as people realize just how good it was). Fantastic - 9/10!
     by masa

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