Bruno Acampora


Perfume Oil

Iranzol Sizes Available:
10ml $200
0.2ml sample $8
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Here's what other people are saying about Iranzol...
This rooty, resinous, hay-like scent only gets better as the hours go by. When I wear this, I feel like I am wandering through a gorgeous autumn afternoon way out in the countryside and have stopped long enough for an illicit tryst on the dirt floor of a dusty, hay-and-herb-filled barn. There's something incredibly sensuous about this fragrance, especially in the perfume oil version. It somehow smells both organic and animalic (and completely unisex).
By   - Professor from San Francisco on 5/13/2016
Iranzol, in my opinion, is a masterpiece. It gets its punch and character from galbanum. The best galbanum is from Iran, hence, I guess, the name Iranzol. It is the most masculine of Acampora's traditional seven scents, although as it develops there are moments when jasmine and I think orris come to the front. Whatever-I have no qualms about wearing it in the weight room or the bowling alley. I've heard that the perfumer was Henri Almeras who created Joy for Jean Patou, and the richness and depth of Iranzol make the story believable. Really splendid stuff.
By   - Chiropractor on 3/18/2015
I have to be honest, I ignored this line when it first arrived, as it just didn't translate online as something that would work with my chemistry. After finding it in a local store, with one sniff I was hooked. Each scent is lovely but Iranzol is my favorite. As usual LuckyScent has shared with us another beautiful fragrance which brightens the day. Thank you.
By   - Human Resources from Washington, DC on 6/5/2011
Not a hint of sweetness in this fragrance, but warm and comforting. A lovely rich incense perfume, that also reminds me of a sun bleached mediterranean hillside.
By  on 3/17/2011
I have to disagree with those who feel this is a (too?) masculine scent. it's certainly not girly/sweet/floral, but there's something of sun-warmed trees about it that I love. My sister and I couldn't stop smelling our wrists when we tried this. However, both of us preferred the scent in pre-drydown phase.
By   - grad student from Montreal on 12/21/2007
I can smell the flowers and sunshine of southern Italy in this scent, that slightly herbal smell of savory plants baking in the sun. Reminds me a bit of the Carthusia line in the base.
By   - from San Diego on 8/27/2007
Three and a half stars. This is a nice sandalwood scent, and it is very similar to Musc (just without the musk : -). The florals are a bit spicy and masculine, and the sandalwood is of the highest quality. The sandalwood really dominates here, it's very nice. This fragrance is strong, but not as loud as the Musc. As with all of these scents, a tiny dab will do ya - you don't want to be overpowered and ruin your olfactory experience, but more importantly, you can irritate and burn your skin if you're not prudent with these concentrated essences. This scent would be perfect on a man, it's not a feminine scent but a woman could wear this if she could pull it off.
By   - Biotech from Providence, Rhode Island on 7/1/2007
I enjoy scents that are not too girly, but this one is too far in that direction for me. I think it would smell best on a very self-confident man who won't mind being told he smells absolutely fabulous. I'm giving it a 5 because I know some people will go nuts over this. Just not me.
By   - Research Assistant from Seattle on 5/22/2007
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