Our Histoires de Parfums 1725 Casanova samples and decants are rebottled by Scent Split from genuine fragrance bottles. Scent Split is a wholly independent entity not affiliated, connected, or associated with Histoires de Parfums.
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Original bottle not included with purchase. Scent Split rebottles the genuine fragrance into smaller bottles.
Venice, the riparian city of love. In the year of 1725 was born the man whose name would symbolize seduction: Giacomo Girolamo Casanova.
"What is love then? An illness to which man is prone to any age, " claimed the one who was one after the other abbot, officer, scholar, writer, banker, con artist, magician, infantryman, spy, diplomat, but always claiming his Venetian origins. For every Casanova, here is an eau de parfum inviting intense pleasure, an amber fern mixing fine wooded tunes and touches of lemony freshness, sublimed by the elegance of lavender. Warmed with heady spices and colored by sweet fruits.
Bergamot, Citrus, Grapefruit, Licorice, Lavender, Star Anise, Vanilla, Almond, Sandalwood, Cedar, Amber
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Beautiful fragrance. Love the smoothness; long lasting. Had to wait a little but it was worth it.
The perfume is quite unique in some way but it reminds me of baby powder or some talcum powder. Longevity is about 3-4 hrs. If you like powdery scents with a barbershop feel this would be a great option. The initial projection is about 2 feet it is good for close counter interactions. Overall it is a good fragrance.
This is my first purchase from scentsplit. I didn't expect the issue about the shipping and it got me worried, specifically about the tracking system it doesn't update. It will only update when it arrives on your post office. And the waiting game is excruciating when you have no idea when it will arrive. But I will order more in the near future I have a lot on my list of fragrances to try.
I agree it’s a great barbershop scent. I don’t normally wear barbershop scents but this may be a keeper.
Great Barbershop Fragrance. I would say a top barber style fragrance following Zaharoff Signature Pour Home ( #1) and possibly Maison Margiela's Replica At the Barbers. The opening is nice, like an expensive shaving cream, then Casanova dries down into a nice powdery barbershop style fragrance. I usually don't like powdery fragrances but this is an exception. It's not the type of fragrance I would wear too often, so I won't buy a bottle, however I may buy another decant some time in the future. I rate it a 3.5 stars but this system doesn't have half stars.