End April 2016, BVLGARI is launching the new flanker Bvlgari Man Black Cologne, "the scent of burning water" by master perfumer Albert Morillas. The new composition plays skillfully on contrasts and provides an unusual blend of intense freshness and oriental sensuality. The fragrance is masculine, sophisticated and fresh.
Unlike its antecedent Bvlgari Man in Black from 2014 which, in its top notes offers intoxicating rum, tobacco and spices, BVLGARI MAN BLACK COLOGNE mixes rum with freshness of greenery and luminous citruses. The essence of the composition is also different; Man in Black version enveloped powdery warmth of iris and intoxicating sweetness of tuberose in leather, while the new versions of the fragrance accentuates luminosity of orange blossom and sweetness of tuberose. Drydown of both fragrance is characterized by warmth of wood and oriental signature, and the new version unites amber, musk and woody notes of sandalwood, unlike the previous, more intense version characteristic by chords of guaiac wood, tonka and benzoin resin.