Our Eau d'Italie Bois D'Ombrie 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 Eau d'Italie.
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Original bottle not included with sample/decant purchase. Scent Split rebottles the genuine fragrance into smaller bottles.
Imagine a hidden away curio shop filled with mysterious boxes. Boxes of all sorts - some intricately carved from exotic wood, some lined in smooth leather-- line the walls, each bearing the traces of the treasures they have cradled: Aged whisky, glorious cognac, Cuban cigars, rare spices, precious incense, honeyed narcotics. Aromatic traces that mingle with the dry, polished woods to create an intoxicating brew. This has the warm sweetness of mulled wine and the glowing radiance of a fire in the hearth. Rich and autumnal, with an intriguing touch of coolness from the iris that slips in and out like a visiting ghost, this is a deeply satisfying scent. Wood and leather, spice and cognac-- really, on a chilly night, could you ask for anything more?
Whiskey, cognac, Korean calamus, wild carrot, leather, iris, Brazilian copahu, vetiver, tobacco, opoponax, myrrh, patchouli
Excellent customer service as usual but this fragrance is an older gentleman's cologne. Not modern at all, can't do it.
Fragrância única, sofisticada!
I call this my "cowboy cologne" because it's not sweet or powdery. It's dark and rather smokey. A tiny bit of spice, and a very dry tobacco leaf kind of fragrance. It goes well with the rugged, outdoors type of guy who doesn't want his fragrance to say "I just stepped out of the shower & I'm pampering myself by wearing cologne." Very masculine. It's actually what I was looking for with a couple other fragrances I purchased, and now I think I've found it. This is something that I wear when I'm in that particular kind of mood, a fragrance more for myself than for others.
This might not be for everyone, maybe somewhat of an acquired taste. But give it a try - it might just grow on you.