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SOTE- Navitus Parfums Lautus.. Borrowed from the Latin word for “chic” or “elegant,” Lautus is the olfactory expression of unquestionable distinction & unrelenting elegance. Launched in 2020 & blended brilliantly by Master Perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour it opens with a fresh blast of Lavender, Yuzu, Lemon Verbena & Neroli for a sharp powdery Citrus introduction that has a regal invigorating quality. This makes way for the heart notes of Orris Root, Cascarilla, Juniper Berries & Freesia for a mossy waxy kind of feel with a powdery spicy touch. Dries down to a base of Sandalwood, Vanilla, Palisander Rosewood, Ambergris, Patchouli & Musk. The dry down is an absolute magical cacophony of notes that have an opulently woody & ultra sensual feel. The creamy woodiness coming from the Sandalwood fuses perfectly with the Vanilla & Rosewood to create a harmonious & elegantly masculine tone with subtle earthy musky touches. The result is a classy, rich & gentleman's fragrance with an added saltiness coming from the Ambergris that adds a unique twist to the composition. Performance is excellent at 10-12 hours with great Projection & Sillage for the first 3-4 hours then it gets closer to the skin. Overall this is a brilliant classic scent with a modern touch. Has similarities with a few masterpieces mainly Roja Danger, Guerlain Heritage & Davidoff Zino but this has taken elements from all those scents & added a few other notes & created something ultra SPECIAL & ALLURING. If you love your timeless classic Barbershop fragrances with a unique Chypre touch along with a fresh modern Ambergris accord then this bad boy is totally for you. I absolutely ADORE Guerlain Heritage, Lautus takes that DNA & injects it with Botox & Growth Hormones & creates a STUNNNER !!!
Woody, Masculine, strong
Initially smelt like Lomani Pour Homme followed by lemon and orris root base notes are mixed smell of sandalwood and Vanilla.
A great quality of fragrance
must try this. This is so good and very long last. i Higley recommend this