Spirito 2019

Spirito by Meo Fusciuni
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8.4 / 10 31 Ratings
A popular perfume by Meo Fusciuni for women and men, released in 2019. The scent is green-fresh. It is still in production.
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Main accords

Green
Fresh
Woody
Spicy
Fougère

Fragrance Pyramid

Top Notes Top Notes
Herbaceous notesHerbaceous notes AngelicaAngelica CarrotCarrot ChamomileChamomile
Heart Notes Heart Notes
CypressCypress HyssopHyssop MyrtleMyrtle PaperPaper
Base Notes Base Notes
CedarwoodCedarwood Elemi resinElemi resin VetiverVetiver Gaiac woodGaiac wood MuskMusk Tonka bean absoluteTonka bean absolute

Perfumer

Ratings
Scent
8.431 Ratings
Longevity
7.827 Ratings
Sillage
7.126 Ratings
Bottle
7.932 Ratings
Value for money
6.813 Ratings
Submitted by Ravenous, last update on 30.05.2024.

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2 in-depth fragrance descriptions
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7
Longevity
8
Scent
Liviuss

34 Reviews
Liviuss
Liviuss
2  
aromatic vetiver
Spirito is a magnificent perfume, an with an energizing opening given by cypress and green notes of angelica and chamomile. After the opening, a beautiful dry vetiver begins to emerge, very masculine, austere and smoky / leathery, which is accompanied for some time by the notes of chamomile and is supported by elemi and cedar wood. From here on, the perfume will not evolve much, but it will remain wonderfully true to itself, giving a sense of comfort and pampering to the wearer. Like the other perfumes of the house, it does not have a great projection but is felt with discretion leaving a very slight trail at the beginning and then settling and becoming a very intimate perfume, but always well perceptible for about 6 or 7 hours, on clothes. much more.
Ideal for the office and for any informal or casual context as long as you don't dress like a vulgar in a suit or bermuda, a perfume for an adult man and not a boy.
For me I passed with flying colors and immediately finished at the top of my preferences.
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8
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4
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5
Longevity
9
Scent
Mlleghoul

364 Reviews
Mlleghoul
Mlleghoul
6  
a poetry-reading, more contemplative and self-aware Drakkar Noir
I've recently been sampling several perfumes from Meo Fusciuni. So far, these are all introspective, quiet creations--nothing bold or bombastic, but they're all really lovely, and I get the sense from interviews and the way shop keeps and other perfumers talk about him that he is a thoughtful, elegant, and articulate fellow.

Because I agonize over these things, I wonder if he might be bummed out (or maybe, hopefully, elated?) to read a review wherein someone compares his Spirito offering to a less sleazy, more delicate and pensive Drakkar Noir?

Ok, some context. I love Drakkar Noir. I always have. My high school boyfriend used to wear it, and I found it rather swoony. In retrospect, I am realizing that I wanted it to be a swoony fragrance FOR ME. I wanted to smell like a villainous rascal reeking of peppery-woody-musky fougère! And somehow --just today!-- I am realizing that I have been drawn to various iterations of this combination of notes all throughout my journey with perfume.

When I smelled Spirito this morning, I thought, "Gosh! This is like Drakkar Noir leveling up after 12 lifetimes, and it's finally stopped being the skeeziest guy at titty bars. It mediates and keeps a journal, and it'll listen with intent when you talk now, and it'll ask you if you want venting space or solution space. It's sensitive and self-aware. Maybe even a little wistful and ruminative.

In reviewing their various compositions, it looks like they don't have an awful lot in common. Just angelica, lavender, vetiver, and cedar. Maybe the interplay between the notes creates some kind of connection for me, I don't know. But I'm sticking with it. Spirito is a poetry-reading, contemplative Drakkar Noir whose roguish heart, it turns out, is just as fragile and hopeful, just as much as a dreamer as mine.

Meo Fusciuni, I mean no offense or insult! I adore Drakkar Noir, and as far as I am concerned, it is legendary. And Spirito took it (or my memory of it) to task and turned it into something softer, lovelier, and better.
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SaradoninSaradonin 1 month ago
7
Bottle
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7
Longevity
9
Scent
Deeply herbaceous and green scent, with a vetivery-woody, archetypally masculine base. Excellent quality.
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Finerthings8Finerthings8 7 months ago
8
Bottle
7
Sillage
8
Longevity
8.5
Scent
I admire the person who created this.it is very artistic,very well made,elegant and high quality.it is very green,dry down is really nice
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PatronrPatronr 2 years ago
7
Bottle
9
Sillage
10
Longevity
9.5
Scent
Juicy, wet green. Beautyful green fields toward the horizon. Extreme silage. The strongest from Meo. Spirito ex extracto.
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