Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Sensi By Giorgio Armani

Sensi by Giorgio Armani is a floriental scent created by perfumer Alberto Morillas & Harry Fremont that was released in 2002. This perfume has been discontinued for many years, but luckily I was able to get this miniature bottle of Sensi from a perfume enthusiast who's clearing off some of her miniature collection.

Top Notes
  • Farnesi Acacia, 
  • Kaffir lime
  1. Heart Notes
    • Cape jasmine, Almond, Wheat
  2. Base Notes
    • Palisander wood, 
    • Benzoin

    • I love non-linear scents that goes through layers of notes over time, and this is one of those scent. Sensi has a classic, old school vibe to it, the way perfumes used to smell in the 90s and early 2000s, the style of perfume that they rarely make these days. It starts off with a crisp, refreshing scent of lime that dissipate quickly as the floral heart notes came out. Then it slowly turns into a creamy, almondy jasmine scent. Jasmine do tend to get a little sharp and heavy at times, but on Sensi, it's a little softer and subtle. It slowly dries down to a powdery, soft, warm vanilla-like scent from the resinous benzoin note. 

    • A refined and sophisticated scent, it's the best perfume to wear during colder, rainy days as it gives you a cozy feel with it's warmth enveloping you like a soft blanket. It melts with you skin and gives you a sensual, luxurious delight.

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