Thunking Thursday: Gucci Bloom Nettare di Fiori

In full candor, I haven’t QUITE thunked this yet, as of this morning, but will have done so by tonight! Gucci Bloom Nettare di Fiori is my thunk of the week, and it’s lovely. It is described as more intense and darker than the original Gucci Bloom, with additional notes of rose, ginger, osmanthus and patchouli. I experience it as somehow “fresher” than Bloom, and I think it’s because of the ginger. Also, while the tuberose is still prominent, to my nose it is toned down a bit in Nettare di Fiori; and that makes it seem lighter to me.

No surprise to me, the nose behind it is M. Alberto Morillas, whose fragrances rarely disappoint me (for instance, I love Blasted Bloom). As with Bloom, I don’t feel an urgent need to own a full bottle of Nettare di Fiori, but I have really enjoyed my sample! And I fully intend to thunk the rest of it today. How about you?

6 thoughts on “Thunking Thursday: Gucci Bloom Nettare di Fiori

  1. I spent yesterday – no school due to extreme cold – reorganizing my perfume shelf in my closet. Created a special spot for samples that I really need to try; previously I had everything grouped by house or note and new ones just got lost. Hoping to thunk a little next week!! I think I have a sample of Bloom Nettare, will give it a whirl.

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  2. Thunked 1oz bottle of Eau de Cartier by taking it to work and leaving it in the bathroom. I sprayed every time I went to the loo and noticed that others did the same. It was finished on Wednesday.
    Thunked via confiscation a very very large decant of vintage 31 Rue Cambon EDT by wearing it for six days straight and my son liked it so much he asked to borrow it. He wore it to school yesterday and it smelled amazing on him. Don’t think I will be getting it back so I consider that a thunk.

    Next week I will get back to thunking my samples.

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