Azzaro Wanted by Night

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.


Azzaro Wanted by Night was launched in 2018, a darker, sensual evening version of the original Azzaro Wanted.  Created by Quentin Bisch and Michel Girard, it is inspired by Loris Azzaro's decadent lifestyle in the 1970s.  A woody spicy oriental, it has notes of woods, spices, cinnamon, cedar and tobacco, and many reviewers are noting cumin. 

Azzaro Wanted by Night is an eau de parfum, edp.


Reviews of Azzaro Wanted by Night

From Basenotes - "There's so much ambroxan here, that Wanted by Night might as well be the reference scent for it, as once the cinammon and lavender finally fall by the wayside, the ambroxan sweetness just throbs and throbs on skin until washed off. Sillage is intense, and longevity is near-immortal, which ironically makes this take on the Azzaro Wanted scent profile more suited performance-wise for day wear, even if stylistically, it's a nightmare of alpha male aggression. A little goes a long way doesn't begin to describe this stuff's power."

From Influenster - "On him, it's hypnotic, intense, deep and refreshingly MAN. On the friend who helped to pick it out, it's cleaner, simpler, but still a very fitting fragrance for him. Very much a cologne with universal appeal."

Fragrantica: "There’s something intriguing and stimulating about this fragrance. To me this is primarily a spiced cinnamon spiced mandarin scent. Not a tobacco, not a vanilla, not an incense. Although they are present they only act to deepen the spiced mandarin."