While the name may conjure images of fire and brimstone, Casamorati's Mefisto is anything but demonic. Devilish, maybe, as in a combination of citrus, florals and woods in a classic Italian style so devilishly handsome that it's near impossible to resist. In fact, from the so-fresh-it-makes-our-mouths-water opening, to the incredibly smooth lavender and rose masculine floral bouquet of the heart, through the clean, crisp, musky drydown, the whole thing is- now that we think about it- so smoothly seductive that maybe we ought to give the devil his due. Who else could make something this clean and casual feel so sexy?
NOTES: Fresh citrus, calabrian lemon, grapefruit, bergamot, lavender flowers, damascene rose, white flowers, florence iris, neroli, cedarwood, Haiti vetiver, vanilla bourbon, musks