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Vetiver in Gallipoli
I would like to be in Gallipoli, I would like to be in Puglia now. I walk through the small alleys of the old town on the peninsula, let myself drift. I would go to a bar for an espresso and pasticci and look up at the rather greyish sea, which was probably stirred up in January.
And I wear Audace. Because at this time of year, this place, Audace fits in wonderfully.
It is as I remember the air in Gallipoli (though in late autumn): Spicy, opulent, slightly sweet and above all incredibly smooth. Nothing bites, nothing stings, nothing annoys - pure well-being, pure joy. The name- audace means "foolhardy" - does not want to fit at all.
Audace is on the one hand typical Profumum Roma: heavy, long lasting, very neat sillage. The high concentration and quality of the fragrance oils ensures, as is usual for this brand, a very noble, very long-lasting, rather one-dimensional fragrance experience. And for stained clothes if you're not careful.
And then Audace is again untypically Profumum Roma: no gourmand, no exploding, loud sweetness.
Instead, Audace is quiet, self-confident, green-grassy (vetiver), yet slightly sweet (tonka). Powerful, but noble. You can smell the high price in every moment.
I would like to put an end to the lack of commentary on this fragrance, which is somewhat lost in the Profumum Roma catalogue. Audace is also great in the German winter. Even if one would rather wear it in Gallipoli.