Romamor Uomo 2018

Romamor Uomo by Laura Biagiotti
Bottle Design Lutz Herrmann
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7.9 / 10 62 Ratings
Romamor Uomo is a popular perfume by Laura Biagiotti for men and was released in 2018. The scent is sweet-spicy. It is being marketed by Angelini Beauty.
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Main accords

Sweet
Spicy
Synthetic
Woody
Fresh

Fragrance Pyramid

Top Notes Top Notes
AmberAmber Incense materialIncense material MuskMusk Tonka beanTonka bean SandalwoodSandalwood
Heart Notes Heart Notes
NutmegNutmeg CedarwoodCedarwood FigFig LavenderLavender
Base Notes Base Notes
CardamomCardamom Black pepperBlack pepper GingerGinger GrapefruitGrapefruit VetiverVetiver

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Scent
7.962 Ratings
Longevity
6.856 Ratings
Sillage
6.756 Ratings
Bottle
7.474 Ratings
Value for money
8.333 Ratings
Submitted by Franfan20, last update on 02.04.2024.

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2 in-depth fragrance descriptions
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Pricing
10
Bottle
10
Sillage
10
Longevity
9.5
Scent
Perplexus

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Top Review 12  
Womanizer with slight batch problem
The classic Roma Uomo fragrance has accompanied me faithfully for more than twenty years. Today, it is certainly one of the unforgotten and timeless great classics. What I did not like at the time was the bulky and rough (sandblasted) bottle and the truly screeching advertising campaign during its launch.

Because shortly after its release, it became mainstream due to the aggressive advertising and was truly given away and worn crosswise by every other grandpa to the green-eared teenager.

I remember very well that the fragrance was virtually 'blindly' demanded and bought in the perfumeries, just because of the advertising campaign. Man (and woman) assumed probably that one (s) mutated when spraying on to the naked running around southern Adonis, to which then all women would be hopelessly fallen.

From such fragrances I take first always first clearly distance, since me such a thing disgusts me in principle. It is unfortunately completely 'uncool'.

Years later, however, I have discovered this fragrance because of its interesting composition for me and this refined composition has fascinated me until today again and again.
Romamor, on the other hand, was love at first sight. From the flacon and from its beguiling top note.
After from the house Biagiotti only again and again new editions of Roma Uomo with basically the same bottle but changed fragrance were thrown on the market, which could not impress me very much (because they were so unimaginative), it was quite different here.
Just the game with the naming and the clear bottle have me there spontaneously access and made curious.

The fragrance is described as 'synthetically sweet', which I can absolutely not understand, as some of the natural fragrance components are quite clearly identifiable. I often experience it that people describe something as synthetic, that actually smells natural and on the other hand but then reach for really chemical synthesis bombs, where nothing natural is in it anymore.
It is quite a voluminous fragrance, which is able to create an 'Aahh' and 'Oohh' effect right in the top note. Here shows an incredible freshness and fruitiness, which radiates into the heart note. Later on, spiciness is clearly added. It has above average longevity and evolves with ever-changing facets over time. At the end, the Roma DNA is usually noticeable, only much more modern and a little softer. Bie base note is balsamic and pleasantly soft.

The first batch had this anyway quite clearly, especially in the finish was the inheritance of the classic Roma Uomo unmistakably perceptible. I found this very pleasant and it replaced at times the classic entirely.

Whatever, sometimes scents change with batches due to various things. Often it's recent idiotic EU regulations, so that certain substances can no longer be used in perfumes and the fragrance thus changes slightly in character because it has to be re-formulated. Sometimes a beloved facet goes then totally under or disappears completely.

The last batch of Romamor therefore seems to me to deviate significantly from the first, the classic Roma DNA is less active here. This is a reason to have the classic further in the range and possibly also something to mix with it, provided that this is not also still changed beyond recognition...

In general, I would think that Romamor is a very modern fragrance and embodies the zeitgeist well. Nevertheless, its masterful composition sets it very clearly apart from many trends and even more so from synthetic duds, trends that will become boring very quickly and will also disappear.

Romamor is good to wear summer and winter.

The last batch has more aromatic spiciness in the finish and heart notes, which is also very appealing. In general, this is by no means a classic aftershave fragrance, but rather something for self-confident, youthful-looking men with some sensitivity and attraction.

The fragrance is a true 'Womanizer', he acts attractive and beguiling. He is obviously not for the Zurschautragen ostentatious masculinity. Since Kouros , Joop Homme or Aramis would probably be better suited.

Nevertheless, Romamor is to be used sparingly, because otherwise he can act slaying. Because if the wooed person already faints at the first contact, the goal is missed.

3 Comments
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Bottle
8
Sillage
8
Longevity
9.5
Scent
CS9902

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Top Review 8  
Nothing new, but good!
Palindromes are words that are read forwards and backwards in the same way. The Roma DNA - which is immediately recognizable - is the same with this fragrance. But this is not a bad thing, on the contrary: there has been a lot of modernisation here, but in a very decent way. Romamor is sweet, okay, but portable, very perceptible and an absolute compliment getter!! Everything done right; and please: don't take it out of the assortment so quickly!
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Jazzy76Jazzy76 5 years ago
7
Bottle
7
Sillage
7
Longevity
8
Scent
Deep, round, aromatic: this masculine version is totally different from the pale and watered down version for her.Well balanced composition!
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