Tuscan Soul by Salvatore Ferragamo

The bergamot is quite strong in the opening blast, but I got some gentle woodsy background from early on. Petitgrain is added, but the drydown changes into a predominantly white floral mix. Orange blossom is strong, with touches of oleander and magnolia. Later on iris and violet also contribute.

The woodsiness becomes stronger in the base until the end, and there is a touch of sweetness added to it.

I get moderate sillage, adequate projection and four hours of longevity on my skin.

For most of the time a bright summery scent with floral-woodsy undertones. It is rather linear, lacks complexity, and the performance is nothing to write home about. I do, however, enjoy the bath and skincare products, which are quite concentrated in the fragrance.  2.75/5.