Amo Ferragamo

The opening is fruity and boozy- redcurrant with whiffs of a very diluted Campari-rich Negroni, a bit bitter but a tad nonspecific in character.  Sweeter than expected but not cloying. 
The drydown combines an acceptable rendition of rhubarb with jasmine that is all right but nothing exciting.  The base is the most mundane part, with its ordinary vanilla base and a somewhat bland woodsiness.  The sweetness persists throughout, at times assuming a creamy character.  
I get moderate silage, excellent projection and six hours of longevity on my skin. 
A scent for warmer autumn days; a bit too synthetic and otherwise not bad.  2.75/5.