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Acqua Di Parma Colonia Club Eau de Cologne Spray

£64.00 - £118.00

Step in to the social scene of an exclusive members club with the Acqua Di Parma Colonia Club Eau de Cologne, a fragrance for men with citrus and aromatic facets.

The refined Eau de Cologne is for a man that is loyal to his interests with great passion. He is a man that takes immense pleasure in sport and the camaraderie that accompanies it. The Colonia Club aroma evokes the ambiance of a private and relaxed sports club, a place where likeminded men gather, discuss and delight in the multi-faceted freshness of their favourite fragrance.

The exquisite composition encapsulates the movement of dressage with notes that evoke the perfect balance of emotion and style. The fragrance is a synergy of movements, the freshness of mint bounding forward, lavender gracefully cantering in the heart, before a base of vetiver changes the rein for a masculine and sophisticated aroma.

Top Notes: Mint, Lemon, Bergamot, Mandarin, Neroli, Petit Grain

Heart Notes: Lavender, Geranium, Shiso, Caraway, Galbanum

Base Notes: Vetiver, Musk, Ambergris

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Item# Z030500

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Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 by A disappointment by Acqua di Parma... As a long time fan of the AdP range (Colonia was my first 'niche' fragrance that really pushed me into this hobby) I have been pretty disappointed with the AdP offering of late. In 2010, I was stunned by the freshness and neroli-hit of Colonia Essenza. But by the time Oud and Ambra were launched (the mid-term Leather launch wasn't too bad) I thought AdP had hit rock bottom. Along comes Club and I now think they've started to dig. Club is aptly named for a sporty cologne that's as loud as a teenager that's overdosed on sugar in the middle of the local library's "quiet zone". It explodes right from the start; the notes bare no progression from the start, although the neroli, lavender and bergamot are quite obvious. The powdery fougere that this settles into is just too common for anyone that knows all too well what a drug store cologne is. I am no snob that likes perfume to cost six figures or requires a personal assistant to go and pick up a bottle. I equally like my Colonia Essenza as I do my Boucheron or Chanel. But this scent is really a turning point for AdP, as others have mentioned - a turning point downwards... The only thing that Club can provide a prospective buyer on the high street is a relief from all that yellow packaging. The green coloured Club is quite well suited to the nature of this scent, although it provides little else in terms of scent. Perhaps the prospective buyer should ocntinue to walk past the AdP counter... October 5, 2015
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