Casamorati 1888

Casamorati - Quattro Pizzi 2024

Casamorati - Quattro Pizzi by XerJoff
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According to EssenceVitae Research Team Casamorati - Quattro Pizzi is a new perfume by XerJoff for women and men and was released in 2024. Furthermore The scent is floral-creamy. The longevity is above-average. Pronunciation
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7.9101 Ratings
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Submitted by Spl3xx, last update on 17.04.2024.
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The fragrance is part of the "Casamorati 1888" collection.

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JamesBlond

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He's already giving me a headache..
...about where I can put my salary aside in the near future so that I can afford this summer board. Eat even less useless stuff? ...or better the gluttonous cats? (So not eating the cats, but the spoiled greedy gobblers on a diet....you know)
Just eat the little food cold? ...or unrefrigerated? Run the coffee filter through twice or simply enjoy your summer vacation in Brandenburg instead of taking the new Xerjoff to the best beaches by plane? Aaaaaaaaaaarhfggjdjdjej :(
I've been speechless for a long time. In winter, the sweet sausages line up in the collection or wish list, no plan what to wear first, but such a really good summer cracker that neither shines aquatically swimming pool-like in front of you nor has to give way to the actual antiperspirant because it still has more wumms? And then, BAM! Xerjoff in your face and your wallet too :(
So, now to the actual fragrance.
At first, I actually had the feeling that Virgin Island Water and Naxos were simply bungled together here. Thankfully, the lavender note is missing here and you get used to the slight peppery notes quite quickly. Above all, however, it smells wonderfully fresh and floral (almost citrusy), with a rather light "un-nutty" coconut and a subtle sweetness that reminds us of the virgin island.
I can't confirm that the sometimes ominous tuberose is overpowering and it's probably the dose that makes the poison. I also find it clearly unisex, which is probably not least due to the pepper, which keeps the florality in check, if that should play a role for one or the other. The necessary body temperature definitely does the performance some good here and so the little water here is already diligently radiating its 3 hours from the fragrance strip on the table over to me on the couch. Unfortunately, as I quickly become scent-blind, this is the only sensible way to judge it, sadly I'm definitely going to do some more math now to see how I can fly on vacation with Casamorati - Quattro Pizzi!
Ciao with Ö
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V37

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V37
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Summer, sun, sunscreen
The very first sprayer picks me up to disappear with me to the beach.

The fragrance is dense and creamy on the skin, but it's not just this consistency that reminds me of sun cream: the combination of coconut on white flowers, accompanied by a light spiciness, is also very reminiscent of the daily companion on a beach vacation
The fragrance retains this basic character even after the opening, when the coconut note loses some of its intensity and makes way for the tuberose.

Behind these distinct fragrance notes, light tobacco, davana and a completely unadulterated rum combine to create a creamy, subtly sweet base.

Coriander and pepper prevent the fragrance from drifting too far in the direction of teenage girl and give it a somewhat more grown-up, spicy feel. Of course, without making it really grown-up or even old.

If I had to categorize it somehow, it would probably be more young than old, perhaps more feminine than masculine in the classic sense. But let's be honest: sun cream knows neither age nor gender.
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K44N

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K44N
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Naxos in summer?
First of all, I have to mention that I am not a fan of Naxos at all, but I appreciate its craftsmanship and can understand why it is so well received.
I am simply not a fan of honey notes in perfumes and in Naxos it simply makes up a large part of the fragrance experience.

Now how do I come to compare the two fragrances,
even though their development and fragrance direction tend to go in different directions?

The start is different for both, but still similarly "fresh".
The QP is peppery, sparkling with a hint of soapiness and the Naxos is more citrusy with bergamot and lavender.

However, it will probably mainly be the base with tobacco and tonka bean,
which are the driving forces in both fragrances and make up a large part,
whereby the QP will not be so "heavy" and therefore not stuffy in summer even at slightly higher temperatures,
The reason for this will certainly be the tuberose!
The tuberose does a very good job and combines both the distinct coconut with the tobacco and rum,
it provides the perfect harmony so that the fragrance does not become too heavy.

What the honey is in Naxos, the rum is here.
For me, it also definitely belongs in the heart note,
because the rum has been with you for a long time,
just like the honey in Naxos.

Now to the hay...

For me, it was really only very late and very subtle,
if I hadn't read that,
i would probably have attributed the accord as a product of the symphony between tobacco and tuberose.
This also applies more or less to the cinnamon in Naxos,
hardly or not at all perceived.
In summary, however, I have to say that for me the tuberose is definitely the star here and not the coconut.

I would describe the fragrance as a floral summery Naxos,
which (fortunately from my point of view!) has been stripped of honey and given floweriness.
So it could definitely appeal to Naxos fans, so hopefully soon no one will be slaying people with Naxos at 30+ degrees :D
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Mellow50

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Very flowery - or not?
I've only tested a few Xerjoffs and Casamoratis so far, but none of them were flowery. I thought they just didn't care for flowers, but now I've acquired a sample of Quattro Pizzi. At first I thought it smelled like lily of the valley, but it's supposed to be davana and tuberose. But it doesn't last long, then I notice more tobacco and rum. Almost a little tart, but not for long, then the tonka bean asserts itself and gives the impression a little more sweetness.

I don't get the coconut, rather I think I sense a certain almond note. That's why it doesn't have beach vibes for me. More like a sunny spring day on Lake Garda, where it's green and blooming. With a vanilla gelato, maybe even coconut ice cream(?)

But I'm also sitting on my terrace while testing it, the sun is shining and I'm not quite sure whether I'm just smelling the perfume or the neighbor's flowers too ... But it's undoubtedly a very beautiful, cuddly fragrance for the sunny season.
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Cimi

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Cimi
Cimi
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Quattro Pizzi I First tuberose fragrance from Casamorati I Feminine Energy & Summer Vibes I ATTENTION: Don't buy Hype, test it first!
Based on the first reviews from the perfume fair, I was expecting a lot from Casamorati - Quattro Pizzi; it was said to be a beautiful tuberose-coconut fragrance with other exciting notes such as rum, tobacco etc.

It has to be said that the notes in and of themselves naturally set a certain expectation - so I was all the more disappointed by the actual realization. I think that the current rating will also drop to between 7.2 - 7.4, as the first "hypers" will also have to justify the price that many have paid.

Now to my personal feelings and please respect other opinions, perfume is always subjective:
- For me, the fragrance starts off really feminine with a tuberose focus; if you want, you can smell a very, very, very small amount of rum, but hey, no untrained nose can actually smell that effectively. A slight peppery note with the tuberose, yes, I'm getting used to that. This peppery note is balanced out by the slightly sweet davana, but as a "normal person" you can't really smell that much of it.

- This minimal spiciness disappears fairly quickly, however, as the tuberose spreads out more and more and exudes a more feminine sweetness. Coconut, yes, is slightly noticeable with the tuberose, but the coconut is held back by the tuberose; really extremely restrained. The tuberose is not warm like in Decas, but rather on the fresher sunscreen side due to the coconut.

- In the drydown, the tuberose is then encased in light tobacco and the tonka bean takes it in a slightly, but really slightly sweet direction - but here too, tuberose is the main player.

- The projection is quite alright, mid-field. The durability is slightly above average - but neither is outstanding. Not bad, that's just the way it is.

The comparisons to Naxos are absolutely incomprehensible to me; if then a feminine Decas; I don't want to be derogatory, but the Casamorati - Quattro Pizzi is clearly far inferior to the Naxos olfactorily, let's keep it real; it's a fine tuberose scent with a little coconut here, a little spice there, but nothing really "earth-shattering" from my point of view, at best you effectively get a little sunscreen and beach vibe here if you're creative.

Definitely test it and don't buy the hype: you may find that this DNA appeals to you massively, and that's fair enough. But with this fragrance and the amount of money involved, I wouldn't recommend buying it blind.
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KritakutKritakut 12 days ago
Sour fruits and nothing more. Where is the coconut? Disappointed.
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