Code Profumo Armani Eau de Parfum
Code Profumo Armani Eau de Parfum is a 2016 Oriental Spicy Perfume by Armani for man. The perfumer artist behind this fragrance is Antoine Maisondieu . Top notes are Mandarin, Apple, Bergamot. Middle notes are Lavender, Nutmeg, Orange Blossom. Base notes are Tonka bean, Amber woods, Styrax.
Code profumo, the intense masculine fragrance
As such, Code Ultimate was born in 2012, followed by Code Ice in 2014. Also, in 2016, Armani did not depart from the tradition and developed an even more successful variant than before. This one is called Armani Code Profumo and is described as a fragrance that is warmer, smoother and more sensual than ever.
The intensity of the Armani man
In general, the Armani Code range is displayed in a very elegant and sober style. Nevertheless, Armani Code Profumo is more vibrant and intense than before. This takes us into a universe where seduction reigns supreme. More than just an occasional “hobby”, it is a real way of life. Armani Code Profumo makes sensuality and the power of attraction of the arts in their own right. He then imagines himself easily worn by an elegant man dressed in an evening dress. The latter would thus marvelously wear a tuxedo signed Giorgio Armani, couture pieces famous for their refinement, their perfect cut and the quality of their materials. Armani Code Profumo was then more precisely inspired by the very moment when this charming and elegant man meets a woman. This one is made of charm and sensuality while taking care of the intense and incandescent explosion of an embrace. This juice is also interpreted in a darker way than it used to be, as if the entire scene takes place in the dark of night. This juice thus becomes the most erotic of the entire Armani Code range.
The sensuality of Armani Code Profumo
Armani Code Profumo is a which was developed by perfumer Antoine Maisondieu and which juice takes the form of an aromatic and oriental juice. The latter nonetheless flies away with extreme liveliness. Armani Code Profumo contains in particular green mandarin associated with the crunchy and juicy facets of the apple. These ingredients are then electrified by the more spicy and surprising presence of cardamom. The whole thing thus resonates as being a real slap. Then, an emblematic scent of men’s perfumery makes its debut: lavender. The latter leaves a more aromatic touch on the whole while being associated with essence of nutmeg. This second spice is then illuminated by the solar and radiant aspect of orange blossom. Thus, Armani Code Profumo shines with a Mediterranean glow before darkening in its wake. At that moment, he is heating up with tonka bean while getting drunk on tabaceous accents. A woody accord also comes to affirm the masculinity of the whole, while notes of supple leather make this fragrance particularly seductive. A praline sweetness finally completes this delicious blend as if to make it absolutely irresistible. As always, this perfume is presented in the totem bottle from the house of Armani. Very refined, this one is endowed this time with a lacquered gradient of black and amber similar to a dark night just lit by a slight luminous halo. together while notes of supple leather make this fragrance particularly seductive. A praline sweetness finally completes this delicious blend as if to make it absolutely irresistible. As always, this perfume is presented in the totem bottle from the house of Armani. Very refined, this one is endowed this time with a lacquered gradient of black and amber similar to a dark night just lit by a slight luminous halo. together while notes of supple leather make this fragrance particularly seductive. A praline sweetness finally completes this delicious blend as if to make it absolutely irresistible. As always, this perfume is presented in the totem bottle from the house of Armani. Very refined, this one is endowed this time with a lacquered gradient of black and amber similar to a dark night just lit by a slight luminous halo.
Released in 2016, “ Code Profumo ”is one of Giorgio Armani’s greatest hits. Suave and intense, the “Code Profumo” fragrance inevitably takes us into a whirlwind of seduction, seduction pushed to its peak here. “Code Profumo” is the scent of charismatic men dressed in a tuxedo. Ultra elegant, “Code Profumo” follows on from the immense success of “Armani Code”, released in 2004, a fragrance that highlighted the elegance of man. More intense than its predecessor, “Code Profumo” places seduction at the heart of the fragrance.
Code Profumo, a seduction by Antoine Maisondieu
The Armani house chose perfumer Antoine Maisondieu to create “Code Profumo”. He was also the one who came up with “Armani Code”. After graduating from the Roure perfume school in Grasse, his hometown, Antoine Maisondieu was hired by Givaudan. While he likes to innovate and create fragrances, Antoine Maisondieu is mainly inspired by his emotions and feelings. He also draws his inspiration from the heart of cinema, his other passion. When asked about his way of working, Antoine Maisondieu says “I work, I feel, until the product gives me emotion …”. Antoine Maisondieu is at the origin of beautiful fragrances such as “Rose Velours” by Van Cleef & amp; Arpels, “Marry Me” by Lanvin or even “Quatre” by Boucheron.
Armani Code Profumo, scents between elegance and sensuality
“Code Profumo” begins with a fruity freshness thanks to with the presence of tangerine, green apple, enhanced by cardamom. Originally from the Far East, the mandarin was cultivated 4000 years ago mainly in Japan, China and Vietnam. The mandarin owes its name to the color of the silk dresses worn by the mandarins. The mandarin was then considered a luxurious fruit. Mandarin is low in calories, with 40 kcal per 100g. It contains 13% carbohydrates and 1.8% fiber, and it is very rich in vitamin C. In perfumery, mandarin essence is obtained by expressing the rind of the fruit. Mandarin gives off fruity, zesty, sweet and tangy tones. Then, the heart of “Code Profumo” is modern, but very masculine and combines lavender, orange blossom and nutmeg. We find the first traces of lavender in the 1st century in writings where it was considered as a “precious plant”. The essence of lavender from Provence will be distilled from the 16th century. At that time, it was used as a dewormer. In the 18th century, lavender was used as a remedy for plague. Lavender was cultivated for the perfume industry from the 19th century. Lavender essence is obtained by steam distillation of freshly cut flowers. Lavender offers floral, aromatic and herbaceous scents. Then, the base of “Code Profumo” is filled with virility and mixes tonka bean, amber woods and leather for maximum intensity.