Bvlgari Black Eau De Toilette by Bvlgari Fragrance Review

Posted by Dimitri on Wed, 06/15/2016 - 2:44 PM

Perhaps the ultimate scent for the modern day city-slicker, Bvlgari Black is a hard-hitting genderless perfume that embraces all that we know of the urban metropolis! Created in 1998, in the shadow of the impending new millennium, Black memorialises perfume notes that speak of the city!

Created without a traditional olfactory pyramid, Bvlgari Black trains its focus on the starring notes of lapsang souchong tea; a component that brings to mind the odour of burning rubber tyres and combustibles with everything choked in smoke. These facets feel devoutly masculine, but a striking balance is met when played against traditionally feminine accords of rose and jasmine, which buzz at the core of this perfume. Vanilla / amber aspects lend a comforting warmth; the sense of being close to home, with all of its comforts waiting inside. Fans of Van Cleef & Arpels Midnight in Paris will find plenty to love here... another scent that straddles the gender line, with each foot planted firmly under the bright lights of the big city.

Office appropriate, as much as it is for nights out on the town, Bvlgari Black is a now-iconic fragrance that blurs the line between the ages and genders. One to be experienced before it is gone forever.