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Dolce&Gabbana Intenso (Eau De Parfum)

There are certain brands that define ‘Luxury’ and Dolce&Gabbana (spelled without spaces, unlike the name of the company) is one of them. D&G is an Italian luxury fashion house founded in 1985 in Legnano by Italian Designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana.


Here in this post, I will review D&G’s Pour Homme Intenso men perfume. This EDP (for more details around EDP, EDT and Cologne, visit Mont Blanc Legend Men Perfume) perfume was launched in 2014 by D&G under their ‘The Collection’ series. The face of the advertising campaign was actor Colin Farrell. The fragrance comes in a brown bottle of the original form as 40, 75 and 125 ml Eau de Parfum.


Dolce&Gabbana Intenso is an aromatic woody fragrance that exudes elegance representing a contrast between clean, fresh and rich, warm aromas. Announced as the scent of pure instinct and emotion that is express freely; the fragrance is the force of a determined man, with a heart that is rooted in tradition, yet revels in the modern world. The intensity and strength of the composition comes from the base of Labdanum, Sandalwood and Cypress.

From the velvet box to the classy brown bottle, everything radiates luxury. I have bought this 40ml bottle for 60 USD from San Antonio, Texas. But it will be much costlier in India.



Intenso is an olfactory embrace of a mixture of boldness and subtlety: it is elegance itself.

Till Next Time!!!


Nitin S. View All

An IT Engineer working as a Consultant in one of the big four firms, Ernst and Young. Completed his executive MBA in general management from the Indian School of Business (ISB). Gadgets, Superheroes and Automobiles give me that kick which is required to sustain this monotonous corporate life. I am a huge fan of classic movies, geeky TV shows and random surfing of a website that was launched 12 years ago in 2005, Youtube!

3 thoughts on “Dolce&Gabbana Intenso (Eau De Parfum) Leave a comment

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