This is our time Posted by Robin on 20 April 2018 6 Comments At the beach, for Acqua di Parma Chinotto di Liguria.
That’s just not fair.
Few things are
I know several of you may not like my question, but I do believe that fragrances can be gender-oriented (with some exception, I do find also cologne more masculine or more feminine).
Do you think Chinotto di Liguria will be more for a female audience? The ad looks like focuing on her rather than on the couple.
My guess is that the ad focuses on her because women buy most perfume, and probably images of women in swimsuits sells more perfume, to anybody? AdP does present this line as unisex though. I have not smelled it so no idea if it smells more masculine or feminine.
I have been eagerly awaiting this and got my chance to try it last week. It was not at all what I expected. I’d hoped it would be a crisp citrus and a little bitter but it is quite floral. Too floral for my taste. I have the Bergamotto from the line which to me is very much a unisex scent. My take is Chinotto might appeal a bit more to women in a North American market, but in other parts of the world it could be another story. If you like it wear it!
I will definetely go to an AdP boutique to test it.
I love chinotto soda, but I am not into floral scent.
I will go with my better half, so one of the two will buy it anyway