Lorenzo Villoresi Aura Maris

Every summer I’m looking for new oceanic perfume that would be vision of ideal perfect ocean day , beach or just maritime. I do have a quite a collection of aquatic fragrances and I’m really proud to have them but to find something new and unique is always on my mind

Aura Maris by Lorenzo Villoresi is a Citrus Aromatic fragrance for women and men. Aura Maris was launched in 2012.

Top notes are Bergamot, Mandarin Orange, Floral Fruity Notes and Green Notes; middle notes are Narcissus, Exotic Woods, Patchouli and Jasmine; base notes are Musk, Woody Notes and Amber.

As at Lorenzo Villoresi collections of The Mare Nostrum perfumes described beautiful ode to the Mediterranean Sea: “Crossed by sweet currents, caressed by the breath of soft breezes and countless changing perfumes. Mighty, generous sea, the scene of exciting visions that cannot be told, salvation and danger alike for men and for heroes. There, skimming the crest of the waves, Poseidon rides his chariot drawn by golden-maned horses. In the deepest seas fair Nereides live, their long locks wafting in the foamy waters, to the sound of the salty surf.”

Aura Maris is the first scent in the Mare Nostrum collection. The fragrance captures the moment of a sea breeze gently brushing the ocean waves, mixing with the aromas from the Mediterranean shrubs, citrus fruits and meadow flowers under the golden sun.

For me it’s not much of a citrus perfume but more light flowery and green scents mixed with sea breeze aura. I could sense narcissus right away and that’s what made me happy. This is the second Lorenzo Villoresi perfume I own and pleasantly surprised how unique and unforgettable those perfumes are

My rating goes: 9 out of 10 I wish longevity will last longer and I shouldn’t reapply it every 2 hours to refresh .

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