Casamorati 1888

Casamorati - Dama Bianca 2012 Eau de Parfum

Casamorati - Dama Bianca (Eau de Parfum) by XerJoff
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Ranked 25 in Women's Perfume
8.1 / 10 834 Ratings
A popular perfume by XerJoff for women, released in 2012. The scent is sweet-floral. It is still in production.
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Main accords

Sweet
Floral
Creamy
Powdery
Gourmand

Fragrance Pyramid

Top Notes Top Notes
Chinese kumquatChinese kumquat Florentine irisFlorentine iris LimeLime
Heart Notes Heart Notes
Egyptian jasmineEgyptian jasmine LilacLilac VioletViolet Lily of the valleyLily of the valley
Base Notes Base Notes
White muskWhite musk Zanzibar vanillaZanzibar vanilla CedarwoodCedarwood Indonesian sandalwoodIndonesian sandalwood
Ratings
Scent
8.1834 Ratings
Longevity
7.7741 Ratings
Sillage
7.1742 Ratings
Bottle
8.4722 Ratings
Value for money
6.6481 Ratings
Submitted by Kankuro, last update on 29.05.2024.
Interesting Facts
The fragrance is part of the "Casamorati 1888" collection.

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Finchen1976

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8.One rating point?!
Seriously?!
I really give up here It's not gonna work out with me and these exclusives.

I constantly rely on ratings, thinking that the masses (or those who rate) cannot be wrong.

And they are wrong!!! They're so wrong!!!
So I made a huge sample order, here as well as in the well-known perfumeries. And there were a few disgusting moments, some of them, but I'll certainly get to them later on.

Resignedly, I sniffed at this sample.
Oh! What perfume! Fruity sweet with a restrained freshness! Aw man, could this be a hit????
Sprayed on.
I smell alcohol. But not a drugstore scent, some kind of fruit liqueur. And it's gonna stay that way. It changes to fermented fruit juice with incense (which is not listed at all, but I smell something smoky) and then it stays the same until the end. I beg you, who is smelling my beloved Nuit et Confidence??? No, absolutely no scent twin, despite the smoke note.

When I used to walk my dog in the forest in summer, there were some trees along the way, but I can't remember which ones lost their small orange fruits (I'm guessing sloes) in summer and which were crushed and ferment in the sun.
That's kind of what Dama Bianca smells like. I can smell almost nothing else, I'm guessing kumquat, but where the hell's the smoke coming from??

It's not unpleasant, but it's definitely not something I want. :-)

After this specimen determination, two things became clear to me:
1. I can't go by the ratings here.
and 2. here please really EVERYONE must rate EVERYONE! For a while I handled it in such a way that I did not want to do the perfumer wrong and wanted to hold back with my harsh judgement.
But we are all different, and one likes the scent, the other does not. That's what makes perfume. And even those who don't like it have a voice! :-)
And there are so many opinions...

With this I finally release the inclined readers into the fragrant weekend!
See ya! :-D
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Serenissima

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Snacking without calories
Today was again one of those days, on which I was constantly looking for something sweet.
But the already abundantly accumulated winter fat must urgently down.
Sometimes I even manage to get dressed to get a big carton of ice cream from the nearby supermarket.
Needless to say, this then doesn't survive coming home for long.

Today, fortunately, the "Dama Bianca" bottling fell into my hands; another one of those XerJoff fragrances that I put in the "treats" category.
Sometimes it just has to be sweet!

And sweet is this lady Bianca really: Aphrodite stood smiling godfather, as a very generous amount of white, sensual and warm vanilla came first in the mixing bowl.
To make the thing right round, white musk was also added: and not too little of it - here it fits times!
The result already lolls voluptuously languid and drips creamy from the spoon!
Fruits and flowers were probably added here in the finest candied version:
Not only the aromatic freshness of kumquat and lemon, but also beautiful flowers paying homage to women.
Is there anything more beautiful for decoration than candied blossoms of lilac, jasmine, lily of the valley, and the little violet?
I almost don't think so!
(How, for example, an ice cream sundae can be decorated with them, I prefer not to think about!)
So even this vanilla sensuality of XerJoff is made special by these floral beauties.
I must repeat myself: this creation is simply delicious!
It is true: one of the usual fragrance pyramids I also do not find here.
Everything is skillfully mixed; even the slight eroticism of sandalwood and the fine, woody spice of cedar fit very well.
Perhaps a few drops of spicy dark rum would still have been nice; but ...

"Dama Bianca" is a leisurely - almost a bit sluggish - flowing fragrance beauty, which leaves its opulent bed only reluctantly.
She would be best kept in a bowl of noble white porcelain with golden decorations, to be eaten with golden spoons!

Yes, "Bianca" is quite a sweetie and therefore only wearable for me on a few dull grey days.
But then I love to snuggle into her vanilla-scented opulence and rejoice in the fact that this candy, in any case, does not leave any extra bacon pads on my belly and hips.

"Welcome to me, "Dama Bianca!" I am pleased to have your prolonged presence!".
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Aspasia0

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Unintentional flashback
XerJoff, a prominent brand that stands for (mainstream) luxury in the perfume world. The 100ml bottle of the white lady currently costs a proud 270 euros. Even with the knowledge of the already obscenely high margins in the luxury perfume segment, you would expect a bit of perfume art and quality, wouldn't you?
So when I was able to properly test my first XerJoff, I was looking forward to a full-bodied fragrance experience. Dama Bianca, that sounds elegant, that sounds like high society in a white linen dress on Capri "Take me into a world of glamor and galmour" I whisper softly with my eyes closed and spray.

BAMM ball to the face, two square ball, team selection, the nightmare for any unpopular kid like me. After an hour of sweating and socially acceptable humiliation, off to the changing room. The year is 2006, my classmates and I are around 12, breasts are growing, the first hair is sprouting far from our heads and the completely nonsensical idea that entering puberty is something great still prevails in our heads (poor things, they didn't know what was coming). Proud as punch that mom and dad now allow you to use deodorant and that you're so grown up, they're getting all drizzled up. And what was (still) all the rage in 2006: Impulse Vanilla Kisses deodorant. Just about every 6th grade girl had it and to show that you were really grown up, you had to count to at least 20 while pressing the spray button. Girls who went down gasping and struggling to breathe in the increasingly dense synthetic gag? Never mind, collateral damage, only the tough get into the garden! And only those who can suck 10ml of nebulized Vanilla Kisses on Ex through their nose like a vacuum cleaner with glitter lip gloss without batting an eyelid can call themselves a teenager, according to the prevailing opinion.

I catch my breath and am back in the here and now. I'm shaking a little, the trauma of 12 years of school sports and the general social gauntlet of school days is deep-seated. I try to shake off the unpleasant memory, but the disgusting vanilla deodorant, which I already disliked back then, still sticks to my nose like syrup, where does it come from? Distraught, I search for the source and get stuck on my wrist. No! Oh, yes it is! The luxury perfume actually exudes the most heart-warming charm of this 90s/2000s synthetic vanilla bomb, and in a potency that is the only one that deserves the title of full-bodied.

You have to let that melt in your mouth. You spend 270€ to smell like a 99 cent deodorant (ok 1,15€ actually today).
And it's not even a good deodorant. This disgustingly artificial vanilla, which makes the vanilla-scented candles from the one-euro store smell like freshly scraped pods and which takes all the other fragrances in its stride and wrestles them down like a professional wrestler, was neither great in the peach-colored aluminum can, nor now in the sinfully expensive bottle.

I carefully put the sample in the poison cabinet myself. Maybe a therapist would advise me to work through my school days with it and maybe that would even work and one day I'll be sitting in a cloud of synthetic vanilla with my new BFFs, laughing and thinking "Oh, the world is beautiful". But honestly: I'm not up for it!
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Loo

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This is what a bride smells like
Dama Bianca-I had initially expected a fragrance of white flowers and was then surprised how fruity it is. This makes the fragrance young, playful and not at all as ladylike as one first suspects. The notes are so artfully interwoven that you can experience a wonderful progression. The perfume is a bit citrusy at first and becomes more creamy and powdery as it progresses, like a lemon cream. You can clearly smell the lily of the valley, powder, lilac - every single one of these soft, lovely, feminine flowers.

What else do I associate with a white lady? A bride! I find no scent more appropriate for an outdoor summer wedding than this one! I wore it to our wedding at a winery with a large meadow and received many compliments on it from the ladies, especially during congratulations.

The fragrance has a thoroughly warm aura, which envelops you a bit like the light fabric of my summer wedding dress blowing in the wind.

As a niche fragrance I would not define it, for that it is too pleasing. Nevertheless, he is incredibly exciting.

Dear future summer brides...Test it!
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Mogwai

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Dama Bianca Interplay of scent molecules
Sprayed this morning around 7 am, still present.
A warm sweet sensual cloud surrounds me.

Fine fragrance molecules, constantly changing, like an LED light with changing colors

Vanilla and the sweetness, muted in its intensity by the malt note
citric-floral-sweet, the bouquet of flowers from the heart note,
Jasmine, more I can not smell out,

creamy-citrusy

A piece of wood, drizzled with juice from an overripe lemon

A brief flash of a smoky note that reminds me of smoked bacon, unfortunately.

Quickly, however, the subtlety of the fragrance is present again, warm creamy sweetness, sensuality

overall a small Xerjoff masterpiece.
Tested this fragrance today for the 1st time and I like it.
I only read the comments and statements afterwards so I am/would not be negatively biased or possibly too positive.

Close to the skin and no sillage is not comprehensible to me, with every movement the Dama Bianca moves with and not unnoticed.

Katalina has written the following in her statement:
So beautiful!
Fruity muddle, powdery floral meadow, creamy musky vanilla cloud.
Body heat renews in batches for hours.

This is very apt and fits Dama Bianca to a tee,

sensual-warm, creamy, citrus-floral-sweet
I have quoted Katalina's statement 1:1, if this is not desired, I will remove it again.

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DibiDibi 1 year ago
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Not the most interesting scent in the line, this Dama is a little plain. Plenty of musk +a stubby lilac note, luckily a short-lived affair
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MariaSMariaS 3 years ago
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White floral sugary vanilla! It's feminine, romantic, sugar cane sweet and pleasant to smell. An everyday cozy scent!
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GoldGoddessGoldGoddess 2 years ago
Pleasant, sweet vanilla. Very MFK Gentle Fluidity Gold-like, only bit more complex, lighter and tad woody.Pretty drydown.Sillage is innocent
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Aikj55Aikj55 2 months ago
I think this should be in every woman’s wardrobe! It’s so pleasant and enjoyable off a woman as she goes by!
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PurpleKatPurpleKat 3 months ago
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There's a lot going on here: Sweet, powdery, floral, fruity, musky and a bit fresh even. Really pretty, feminine and wearable. I love it!
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