Perhaps more in demand these days?
When we were shopping together with my mother at the end of the nineties, we tested this fragrance for the first time. My mother wore Venezia at that time, which is no longer available and has many lovers, and was always interested in the creations of Biagiotti. I myself had already developed my love-hate relationship with Roma back then, thanks to a creepy German teacher, and Venezia somehow didn't address me at all. Quite different tempo. I liked him right away. Mmhhh, he had something. With the peach and vanilla he reminded me of my beloved Casmir, but still somehow individual and beautiful with the chocolate note. Yep, I liked that one.
I got the scent about a year later. As a poor student, I couldn't buy every scent I wanted back then. But I liked to tell friends and relatives about the scents I liked. And that worked on birthdays from time to time. Suddenly I was the proud owner of a 100 ml Tempore bottle. I've worn it on every occasion. Had a large bottle: whether at university, privately with friends or in the evening to go out. It was always well received in my environment. In the meantime I would classify it as an autumn/winter scent and definitely not wear it at university anymore (should I think about studying again :)).
Today my bottle is unfortunately used up, but I like to remember this beautiful fragrance. Perhaps it would have fitted into the niche rather than into the mainstream? I don't know how he would do today, but I think he would hold his own, just like Venezia, whom not only my mother mourns to this day. That Roma of all people stayed? But he's supposed to have been reformulated the worst. Well, then they better go.