What? Are they serious? Considering the name of the fragrance, I don't think so. Italian word *Sorriso* stands for english word *Smile* but I think at Profumum they understimated the hilarious power of this stuff. It would have probably better be labelled as *Laugh* or, considering how juvenile this stuff smells, even *LOL*.
A cheap and vile concoction of cacao and hyper-sweet vanilla with a tad of the sweetest sandalwood thrown in. It would suck even in the I Tesori d'Oriente's range. Meh!...with a laugh.
Juliet Has A Gun Anyway
Ambroxan. Period. If you're already familiar with *Not A Perfume*, Molecule 02 or Diptyque L'Eau Mage, you won't need this.
I think it would have probably be better named as *Whatever*.
I'll stick to L'Eau Mage.
L'Artisan Parfumeur Baticada
Overly sweet and *cheap* smelling concoction of coconut, calone and some booze with salty facets.
Smells somewhere between a long drink, laundry detergent and a mass market white floral. Dreadful.
Costume National Scent Gloss
Average quality rosey-powdery fragrance with the typical clean, laundry-detergent, musky base. Safe, mainstream-ish and, in the end, boring. Too juvenile. Nah!
Gucci Guilty Black Pour Homme
I initially thought this was the Batman celebrity scent but no, it's still Gucci trying so hard to deliver an aromatic green fougere. Stick to Nobile.
Guerlain Arsene Lupin Voyou
Eeeewk! A total scrubber! Harsh and strongly synthetic woody-patch-sandalwood combo with dreadful spicy notes thrown-in! MEH With a notes list like that, how can they do it wrong?
No No No!