Bvlgari Man Bvlgari For Men

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Description

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Fragrance description Bvlgari Man

Bvlgari Man is an elegant and enchanting perfume that will interest every man and consequently every woman with its warm and intoxicating character. The most exquisite ingredients are processed in it, creating a harmonic and perfectly refined scent. The introduction, dominated by savoury accords of Calabrian bergamot and violet leaf, will interest you with its lightness and freshness. Lotus flower with juicy notes of white pear bring in a touch of light. A light tinge of smoke together with noble vetiver and cypress introduce into the fragrance original masculine toughness that is pervaded with pure notes of white woods and an exciting milky accord of Australian sandalwood and cashmere wood. In conjunction with the magic scent of frankincense and warming transparency of white honey, they give the fragrance tender warmth and sensuality.

The elegance and almost magic power of the woody ingredients create fascinating sensations of harmony and perfection. The spectacular fragrance transfers these qualities on the man wearing Bvlgari Man.

Ingredients

Top notes

Bergamot, Lotus, Pear, Violet

Middle notes

Amber, Cashmere Wood, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Wood

Base notes

Benzoin, Frankincense, Honey, Musk, Tonka Beans

Fragrance categoryoriental, woody

Brand

Bvlgari perfumes and colognes

Bvlgari perfumes and colognes Bvlgari is an Italian luxury goods house fouded by Sotirios Voulgaris in 1884. The company name is a derivative of the founder’s last name, and the letter “V” in the word is the Latin classical alphabet character for letter “U,” so the word is pronounced simply as if it were written as “Bulgari.” The founder of the house, Sotirio Voulgaris, was originally from Greece, where he learned the jeweler’s trade. He left his home town in 1877 and made his way to Corfu, and later to Naples, before landing in Rome in 1881. He started the Bvlgari company in 1884.