Do you like filling your lungs with the salty, aromatic sea air and listening to the waves pounding against the shore and the seagulls scream as they fly low over the beach? Then get to know your new favourite fragrance: Aqua Go Man Expert Eau de Parfum for men by Vittorio Bellucci. Spin the capstan and watch the notes of the sea lead you straight into the calm, open ocean. Refreshing citrus fruits — bergamot, lemon and grapefruit — will strike the sail like a breeze and give you energy for the whole day. Camphor eucalyptus clears the mind, allowing you to make only good decisions; are you sailing today in the direction from which storks fly? Violet, jasmine and vetiver add some green undertones to the composition, so you can be sure the mainland is in sight. Cedar wood is reminiscent of boards that you can feel under your feet — the boat is stable, it will withstand many maelstroms. The mermaids coming to the ship give you Baltic amber necklaces, but don't believe their tempting songs! You will find white musk on the beach, where the waves throw it, carrying these treasures produced by whales all the way from the Atlantic. The whole composition is strong, characterful and does not stand indecision. Goodbye to the girls we'll see no more for we know we're homeward-bound — hurrah, we're homeward-bound

Lemon is cool, refreshing, and adds energy and zing to the fragrance. In combination with other citrus, it brings to mind tropical regions of the world, and accompanying herbs helps to focus.

 

Eucalyptus has a distinctive herbal note with a strong camphor aspect. However, the aroma also contains some notes of the forest that some describe as sweet and similar to linden honey.

 

Grapefruit has a very distinctive aroma that distinguishes it from other citrus fruits. This is a particularly bitter, woody aspect, reminiscent of vetiver. However, it is still a sour smell.

 

Bergamot has that classic sweet and tart citrus scent. However, this small, bright-green fruit also has its own floral, spicy accent in an acidic, sparkling tone.

 

Jasmine is incredibly sensual, rich, and sweet, it can be described as intoxicating, exotic and intense. Although it is a floral fragrance, there is an animal element to it.

 

Sea notes are not the same as the smell of the sea. Sea doesn't have any smell in itself, but the things that live in it certainly have: salty, animal, slightly sulphurous and green with algae.

 

Violet smells soft, powdery, and romantic, a bit like an iris. In the company of other flowers, it develops its potential to create a very nuanced, ambiguous fragrance.

 

Amber can mean a woody fragrance with a floral note and hints of spices or resin. As it is de facto hardened tree resin, it obtains its smell only after rubbing or burning.

 

Cedar wood has balsamic undertones and a camphor aspect that resembles good aftershave. The aromatic scent of wood can be reminiscent of pencil shavings and elegant cigar boxes.

 

Vetiver smells dry, earthy, woody, leathery and smoky. The aroma is reminiscent of grass that has not been cut in time on a warm day. Vetiver is considered a more masculine fragrance.

 

White musk smells a bit like soap and clearly clean, with some floral nuances and a pungent note. It is associated with flirtation, sensuality, sensual dance after dark in the company of which you cannot take your eyes off.



INCI: Alcohol Denat., Parfum (Fragrance), Aqua (Water), Linalool, Limonene, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Alpha Isomethyl Ionone, Benzyl Salicylate, Geraniol, Citral, Citronellol, Eugenol, Amyl Cinnamal, Hexyl Cinnamal.

5901468900459

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Volume
100 ml

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