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Casamorati - Gran Ballo by XerJoff

Casamorati - Gran Ballo by XerJoff
Concentration: Eau de Parfum
Gender: Unisex
Release date: 2013
Brand: XerJoff

What Does Casamorati - Gran Ballo Smell Like

Casamorati - Gran Ballo by XerJoff opens with a vivid citrus scent, thanks to the zesty mandarin orange. This is beautifully combined with a slightly tart wild berry note, creating a vibrant and fruity beginning. As the scent develops, the heart reveals a strong floral character. The bold, exotic scent of jasmine sambac takes center stage, imbued with the sweeter, more delicate undertones of honeysuckle. A subtle hint of gardenia adds a green, fresh edge to the otherwise sweet and floral heart. In the dry down, Casamorati - Gran Ballo shifts gears, revealing a warmer, deeper foundation. The creamy, slightly spicy essence of sandalwood melds with the aromatic sweetness of vanilla for a rich, cozy base. There's also a subtle hint of caramel, which adds a layer of decadence to the fragrance. Closing the scent is a gentle trace of amber, its resinous, honey-like aroma rounding off the perfume and adding a touch of depth and warmth. Throughout its stages, Casamorati - Gran Ballo is a fragrance that intertwines light, fruity notes with darker, richer undertones, resulting in a scent that is both fresh and warm, sweet yet sophisticated.

Review of Casamorati - Gran Ballo

Casamorati - Gran Ballo by XerJoff, released in 2013, is an intriguingly crafted perfume that dances between being unisex but leans more towards the feminine side. Its allure lies in its floral heart, dominated by a heady mix of jasmine sambac, honeysuckle, and gardenia. This floral trio spins an aromatic tale, making it a hit among women who enjoy the delicate yet distinct scents of blossoms.

Speaking of its scent type, it marries the sweetness of wild berries and mandarin orange zest with the freshness of gardenia in an unexpected yet enjoyable way. The addition of fruity notes adds a playful twist, making it more appealing to the younger audience. However, the sweet notes are not overpowering, which ensures that it doesn't alienate those who prefer less saccharine scents.

As for its longevity and sillage, it does pretty well. The scent lingers on the skin for a fair amount of time, although it doesn't leave a strong trail behind. This makes it an excellent choice for daily or leisure wear, especially in the warmer months of spring and summer.

But it's not without its downsides. Its synthetic undertones may not sit well with some, and the gourmand hints of vanilla and caramel in the base can sometimes come off as a bit too dessert-like for those who prefer more traditional scents. And while it is a unisex perfume, it's clear that it resonates more with women than men.

In the end, Gran Ballo by XerJoff proves to be a worthwhile investment for those seeking a floral, slightly sweet, and fresh scent.

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