Create a free account to check out faster, store multiple shipping addresses, view and track your orders in your account, and much more.
Please enter your password to continue.
Niche fragrance purveyor Arquiste knows that scent has the uncanny ability to transport you to another time and place. Accordingly, all of their formulas are meant to evoke specific moments in history. Developed by famed fragrance designers Rodrigo Flores-Roux and Yann Vasnier together with Arquiste founder Carlos Huber, this unisex blend recalls an orange harvest celebration in medieval Calabria, Italy.
Very feminine. So much so that my wife claimed it for herself.1
I am not sure if there was a screw up in my box, but this "cologne" really smells like women's perfume. My Mom like it, so I gave the sample to her.1
Honestly, I think this smells good......if it were for a guy. I thought it was just to masculine for a woman. I'm trying to convince my husband to try it. I think I would enjoy smelling this on a man.1
I am all for strong perfumes, however in my opinion this particular scent smelt like a cologne rather than a perfume. I am still not entirely convinced that it wasn't made for men...1
I wasn't a fan of this perfume. It reminded me of some cologne my dad has. It's very strong and overpowering.1
This perfume was both a little strong and mature. I felt that the notes were a little "old" for my mid-twenties style.1
I tried this scent a couple times, but it just wasn't for me. Little bit to florally for my taste.2
I thought the scent was great. It is far too pricey though2
i did not think this one was great at first because it had a very strong alcohol sent to it but once that finally faded away it was very pleasant2
I opened my sample of this, and immediately I was reminded of my grandma. This smells exactly like something she would wear. But as for me, I will stick to less sophisticated purfumes2