I'm sorry for this relentless headline, but I want to be honest and write down my first impression of this fragrance.
It was a warm late summer's day in Rome at the beginning of September and I was simply shocked and in love with this city. The Italians were so chic and confident and left a lasting impression on me. But when I was shown the allegedly most popular scent of the kind-hearted, family-like Italian woman, I was quite astonished. For me, the Italian woman is fiery, passionate, strong and feminine and not at all as innocent and one-sided as "Petits et Mamans" wanted to rub my nose in it. The scent came across very soft and powdery dry. The iris note was very clearly perceptible and was the main reason for the typical "clean scent", almost comparable to a cheap fabric softener from a discount store. Unfortunately the scent reminds very much of baby wipes and full diapers. Unfortunately, the vanilla doesn't leave a good impression here, but only swings very quietly in the background.