Armani Prive Vetiver D'Hiver EDT

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Vétiver D'Hiver fragrance showcases vetiver, a raw material that alternates with dry textures and fresh sensations just as the green, leafy terraces of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon rose out of the burning desert sand. The fragrance is a lush and exuberant tribute to these gardens. With top notes of Mandarin orange, lemon and bergamot; middle notes of coriander, cardamom and pink pepper; and base notes of patchouli and vetiver. Vetiver D'Hiver is an eau de toilette, edt.


Fragrantica: This frag had an interesting development on my skin. Immediately after spraying I was getting notes of orange and pencil shavings. After it dried down the lemon, cardamom, coriander came through. There's some pink pepper in there as well to give it a little kick. This is my second Armani Prive Les Eaux and just like the Yulong before it, there a wonderfully oriental characteristic to this line of scents. And by oriental I mean the far east. I quite like this. It's like a freshie with an East Asian DNA.

Fragrantica: Vibrant, summery, green vetiver scent. Opens up fresh and spicy, dries down to a very nice, citrusy, woody vetiver scent with some spice and musk in the dry down. I also get a green tea accord in the dry down. This is scent is made for the warmer months. Office safe for sure.

Fragrantica: Wow, absolutely masterful. As strange as it sounds I was blown away by how beautiful and restrained this fragrance is. It’s like smelling a lovely morning mist in the forest with fresh dew on the grass, the sun just beginning to peek through the trees. Tranquil, refreshing, introspective, and subdued. It opens with a lovely bergamot tempered by a nice green vetiver, and some subtle spices in the background. Very airy and ephemeral. With it being subdued however it definitely is among the weaker fragrances I’ve smelled. I’ll have to wait and see but so far it has been slightly more than a skin scent, and so subtle that it’s easily overpowered by other nearby smells. However, if you’re looking for something calm, intimate, yet confident, I can’t recommend this enough.

Fragrantica: I wanted so bad to love this one but just not seeing anything that stands out. AT FIRST! But then the artistry of high end perfumery kicks in! It starts off almost a salty citrus vetiver with earthy undertones but that quickly goes away & transforms into this incredible smooth spicy slice of heaven! It's really hard for me to dislike someone else's blood sweat & tears but nothing to worry about here with this one. If you're a fan of vetiver this is a must try! It projects without choking out the room & the sillage is slightly above average for a citrus-ish vetiver based fragrance. After about 20 minutes the citrus starts to fade & you begin to pick up on the darker notes like peppercorns, cardamom &/or the patchouli. Definitely a winner in my book! Go on & GETCHA SOME!

Fragrantica: Maybe the best, most natural citrus opening ive experienced.. followed by a scenic vetiver that pumps out with sillage over the hours. Incredible to me that people claim the longevity is average on this line.. For EDT's especially, the Armani Prives I own are very strong.. long lasting and sillage is top notch.. all smell super natural and bring vivid imagery. 

Fragrantica: There are certain fragrances that are designed to get you to buy them right away at the retail counter and this is one of those. The opening is, as others below me have said, stupendous. The citrus, spices and coriander really do trigger trigger dopamine receptors. BUT, I encourage you to get a sample and test it because you might find the rest of the experience (as I do) fairly unremarkable. I still think this is a great perfume as long as I keep spraying myself with it. But I can't keep this up forever at this price point.

Fragrantica: Vétiver D’Hiver has one of the best citrus openings I’ve ever come across. Bergamot, lemon and mandarin combine beautifully with a breezy vetiver and pink pepper. It’s such a light and airy fragrance, perfect for the summer. I don’t get much coriander, cardamom or patchouli in the dry down - more of a very light and fluffy musk which I must admit is beautiful. This fragrance isn’t vetiver dominant to me which is misleading considering the name, however it’s one of the most beautifully soft citruses I own. The performance is also shockingly bad unfortunately but the scent itself is so stunning I can’t let go of it. The benefit of this being so soft is that you could never overspray it.  If I was in 40 degree heat this would be my go to scent and still wouldn’t be overpowering. It leaves such a fantastic and addicting sillage, one of my favourites from Armani Prive’s freshie line.