Our Xerjoff Dolce Amalfi 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 Xerjoff.
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Original bottle not included with sample/decant purchase. Scent Split rebottles the genuine fragrance into smaller bottles.
If the most breathtaking locales in the world are a combination of sheer beauty, but also of contrast and drama, then the Amalfi Coast's reputation is richly deserved. Colorfully elaborate structures are peppered throughout volcanic crags and wildflower-lined cliffs carry winding roads that overlook narrow beaches astride azure-blue Mediterranean water, where luxury super-yachts dock next to simple sailboats. It's enough to make the world's greatest writers stand in abject silence and simply appreciate how beautiful a place can be. This stunning tableau is what Casamorati set out to capture in Dolce Amalfi, a delightfully brisk, sweetly fruity, warmly balsamic new scent available for the first time outside of Xerjoff's luxury boutique in Dubai. From the first sniff, we can see why they wanted to keep it all to themselves. Juicy apple is made all the more redolent with a sophisticated spice blend, while smoothly seductive incense is warmed in the sun via a rich collection of balsamic notes and vanilla. All together, it's a cheery, fruity, sunny, yet grown-up dose of smooth relaxation, as any good testament to Amalfi should be. Take a trip to the most beautiful place on the planet, no matter where you are, with a single spritz of Dolce Amalfi.
Apple, saffron, quince, cardamom, clove, incense, tolu, vanilla, tonka, cedar, musk, amber
I love this scent. It is fruity and a little spicy but very classy and beautiful. It one of those scents that just make you smell great.
Its smells so good sweet
I liked it piacaso
It’s smell wasn’t that great and longevity was short!
I have not tried it yet weather is good or not good enough, I will have to come back to make a review after I tried it