Sorriso

Eau de Parfum

by Profumum

Femme
  Unisex
Masc
Sorriso Sizes Available:
100ml $275
18ml Travel Spray $92
0.7ml
0.7ml sample $6

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Here's what other people are saying about Sorriso...
A well made chocolate perfume, its fun, but a little pricey for what it is.Try CSP Chocolate,and compare!
By   - discovering fine /unique fragrances from midwest on 5/12/2017
Sorriso is a beautiful chocolate scent. Powdery chocolate though, nothing too sweet. I don't get much orange at ALL, it is pretty much straight up chocolate on me, smells like I am about to make a hot chocolate from some European hot chocolate mix and I got some of the powder on my clothes. It LASTS, I have been wearing it now for 10 hours and it is still incredibly strong.
By   - Nanny from Chicago on 4/14/2017
The chocolate note is more Hersheys than anything sophisticated or dark/rich. It's a smile in the same way that Hersheys makes kisses. Didn't pick up much of an orange scent. Leaves a cocoa butter / lotion scent that persists.
By   - Manager from NYC on 12/18/2015
just another note, this goes very well with if you cook and get the scent of the kitchen on you.
By  on 5/8/2015
there's a deep heat in this I didn't expect. it almost feels skin musk like. the cocoa is cocoa butter-y. it doesn't feel like a complex scent, but it doesn't need to be. I like it very much.
By  on 4/21/2015
cocoa with marshmallows. i love it. sillage is soft to moderate - it doesn't announce itself before i walk into the room. only rarely do i pick up on the orange.
By   - from sf bay area on 12/29/2014
I adore the Profumum line and have a few in my collection. Was anxious sample this! The opening is just as the notes are mentioned, a sweet chocolate with orange. Within minutes the sweetness is gone and a faint chocolate with masculine woods and a medicinal note appears. Wafts of a plastic dolls head note also surface. The chocolate and orange disappear fast on my skin. Disappointed but happy to have sampled! I look forward to anything Profumum launches!!
By   - from Southwest, USA on 8/2/2014
This is something I would have never chosen to sample. Judging by the notes, this should NOT be my thing. Lucky Scent included this with my purchase, so I sniffed without expecting much. This opens with a rather boozy cocoa note. I am not really a gourmand fan, I don't really want to smell like food. To my nose, this is not foody although there is no missing the cocoa /orange notes. I also don't find this to be sweet, nothing like Acqua Zucchero's stickiness. This reminds me of Dead Sexy by Tokyo Milk, but much smoother and without that "sneezy" edge. This is a lasting comfort scent....and I just ordered my FB :-))
By   - from Makawao, HI on 6/1/2014
This is something I would have never chosen to sample. Judging by the notes, this should NOT be my thing. Lucky Scent included this with my purchase, so I sniffed without expecting much. This opens with a rather boozy cocoa note. I am not really a gourmand fan, I don't really want to smell like food. To my nose, this is not goody although there is mo missing the cocoa /orange notes. I also don't find this to be sweet, nothing like Acqua Zucchero's stickiness. This reminds me of Dead Sexy by Tokyo Milk, but much smoother and without that "sneezy" edge. This is a lasting comfort scent....and I just ordered my FB :-))
By   - from Makawao, HI on 6/1/2014
Profumum Ambra Aurea is hands-down one of my all-time favorite fragrances - it's refined, rich but not overbearing, beautifully composed/balanced, and long-lasting. Sorriso is sadly none of those. There are some finely crafted gourmands out there, but this is not one of them. Sorriso's scent is akin to a Betty Crocker milk chocolate frosting in a can. The orange and woods are undetectable. If you're seeking a chocolate scent with more sophistication, look to L'antichambre.
By  on 2/21/2014
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