Valentino Uomo Born in Roma

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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.


Valentino Uomo Born in Roma was released in 2019.  Created by Antoine Maisondieu and Guillaume Flavigny.  A woody spicy with notes of minerals, violet leaf, salt, ginger, sage woods and vetiver  This is an EDT, eau de toilette.

Valentino Uomo Born in Roma Reviews

Fragrantica - "Fresh and a bit salty with a hint of something mineral and a touch of spice. Smells mature but not in an old school way. It smells expensive,masculine and classy, a bit like Fucking Fabulous from Tom Ford, but less sweet. It is a good choice if you´re looking for a fresh scent for winter. Sillage surprised me, it projects really well."

Fragrantica - "Italians love sweet things; foods, drinks, desserts. Born in Roma is a fragrance that captures the Italian addiction for salty-sweetness galore. The crazy amount of dislikes did not stop me to purchase this, I'm very happy I did, even though it does have a distinct familiarity with Invictus Intense. It smells very luxurious and fancy, definitely a compliment getter. The main player in this fragrance is the mineral note, very prominent, along with the salt note. They go together very well and make this fragrance woody-sweet and salty at the same time. Violet leaf and ginger freshen it up, while the vetiver dries it down perfectly."

Fragrantica - "Just a reminder that this is the "Invictus clone" that smells better than Invictus. I really do believe Born In Roma holds the torch in the Invictus comparisons for its subtle uniqueness; the dry-down is where it's at."