Giorgio Armani Sì Intense

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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.


Giorgio Armani Sì Intense is a chypre fruity introduced in 2014, created by Julie Masse. A more intense version of the original Si launched in 2013. Notes of blackcurrant, cassis, freesia, mandarin orange, bergamot, rose, osmanthus, neroli, artemisia, vanilla, patchouli, woods and ambroxan. Giorgio Armani Si Intense is an EDP, eau de parfum

 Giorgio Armani Sì Intense Reviews

Fragrantica - "There's something special, niche-like (or at least off-brand) to this but it still retains a shadow of the pillar that is sweet and likeable. The blackcurrant is compote, jam, reduction--not synthetic, over-processed or over-sweetened. The more I smell it, the more I like it. It's also just a little grimy. I'm not quite sure how else to say that. Maybe the patchouli is a different source or maybe it's the artemesia? But the word grimy comes to mind."

Fragrantica - "he black currant and cassis combo creates a boozy, rich red wine note, which is gloriously heady and brightened by the citrusy notes. The floral notes are nicely blended. The rose is the perfect compliment to the opening, as it carries that same rich, heady vibe without becoming too sweet. The same richness is present in the drydown, which, like the florals is very well blended. I didn't find the vanilla note to be as prominent as many voters. Its presence just seems to bring a roundness or fullness to the fragrance."

Fragrantica: "It smelled like honey and flowers, with a bit of 'smoke'."