Summary: Like a high quality version of D&G Light Blue for women. More fruity than floral with the plum note being quite dominant to my nose. Took me less than 2 minutes after smelling it to buy it for my wife. She loved it!
Summary: A citrus fruity-floral that is beautiful. It comes off as a nicely transparent feminine scent that can be worn anytime. The citrus balances the fruit while the floral notes are not so overpowering as to be cloying. My wife could not get enough of Love in Black before trying this (I am not fond of the syrupy LiB, so was super excited she found this.) Give this one a try ladies, and you will not be disappointed.
Summary: Based on an evening outside a country house in Tuscany, this creation has a very unusual chord of Tuscan Plum, Apple and Rose. It has the typical Creed signature of Bergamot in the top notes and is a fantastic olfactive sensation! Acqua Fiorentina has been discontinued.
Summary: Quite a disappointment, this one. I expected a lavish fruity-floral, with a hyper-realistic greengage. In tiny doses, the plum is dynamic, but anything more than a drop results in a somewhat-synthetic and cloying rose/plum/cedar combo. The plum is still the best part, because the rose is rather flat, and the citrusy aquatic notes surrounding it do nothing to add to the rest of the construct.