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I want to LOVE this and I like it really a lot and I almost bought a full bottle but then I realized the wet plaster is like, a little too on the nose and I don't quite want to smell like it. But it's REALLY pleasant and maybe I'll just keep getting samples.
By   - Business from Boston on 11/9/2020
I like the way BF treats fruit in his perfumes. I love Monserrat and wore it a lot this past summer. The fruit notes (grapefruit and apricot mostly) smell like watercolor versions of the fruit and the wet plaster effect adds an interesting twist. It really fits the fresco concept well. Glad I bought a bottle of this as it's in my easy-but-interesting category of perfumes, suitable for any occasion and sure not to offend.
By   - Preoccupied from Brooklyn on 11/3/2018
I have to update this since I bought the full bottle: Italy, warmth, apricot, peach, fresh-faced youth. This is basically "Call Me By Your Name" in a bottle. Deceptively youthful but wise, self-consciously perverse, cool then warm, deliciously irresistible.
By   - Curator from Los Angeles on 4/10/2018
I saw the word "frescoes" when I skim-read the description and immediately smelled peach/apricot cherub faces and wet plaster. After the initial novelty of that experience, I waited for the fruit to become cloying, but it only improved! Where peach notes frequently overwhelm or veer into too-sugary in other fragrances, this one is finely tuned with citrus, apricot, light soap, and leafy pepper tree. This has proven to be a dramatic departure from my oft-preferred vampier fragrances, and I'm grateful for it. A modern, light, clean scent that doesn't give the impression of lab chemicals. Sometimes it even gives me the impression of, say, a high-end department store brand shampoo. Great sample, I'm getting the full bottle.
By   - Curator from Los Angeles on 2/18/2018
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