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Friday, January 13, 2012

Acqua Di Gio - Giorgio Armani

{Giorgio Armani|Acqua Di Gio |Giorgio Armani Perfume | Giorgio Armani Fragrance}

#1 {US|United Stated} best-seller (Deserves this status)
{Giorgio Armani|Acqua Di Gio |Giorgio Armani Perfume | Giorgio Armani Fragrance}
di GiĆ² Pour Homme (1996) is a {perfect|exactly|fantastic} {mixture|combination}
between sensuality and masculinity; It is {pleasant|good} for almost any {nose|scene}, and
manages to stay {fresh|cool} and fashionable {year|decade|all the time} after {year|decade|all the time}.
Thus, it remains on the #1 {spot|hotspot} in the US {spot|hotspot} sellers list.

The top note, the one that makes first impression, is flowery (jasmine is the most notable one).
{Shortly afterwards|then}, a pleasant tingling scent of marine hits your nose,
and in the long run you can spot both white {musk and cedar|cedar and musk}. The overall result is
aquatic, woody and aromatic - sort of an improvement of Issey Miyake's "aquatic".

Because of its lightness, it is sometimes defined as a "summertime fragrance" but I use it {year|decade|all the time}-round.

This aquatic, aromatic fragrance opens with a splash of fresh, calabrian bergamot, neroli and
green tangerine. Light, aquatic nuances mix with jasmine petal, crisp rock rose, rosemary, fruity
persimmon and warm Indonesian patchouli to create a masculine scent that is both fresh and sensual.
Mood: Natural and authentic. Woody marine freshness.

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