Pomellato 67 Artemisia Eau de Toilette, Pictures & Review

Last June the Italian jewellery house Pomellato (not affiliated, no affiliated links in this post) announced to launch their new fragrance along with their Collection 67. You can see the full catalogue of products (watch & accessories) here. Different from their classical collection which focuses on gold, 67, the silver collection of Pomellato, are aimed for younger customers and for those who are in search for more casual accessories.

On the beauty end of things, Pomellato entered the fragrance world just recently by their Nudo trio last year. When it was announced that they are now releasing another fragrance, Artemisia, it caught my attention, especially because of the nose behind, Annick Menardo. You surely know her from her successful creations such as Dior Bois D'argent or Dior Hypnotic Poison.

By the way this time I decided for a male model under the fragrance, thought as an eye candy, what do you think? Would you like more in the future? *wink wink*

Pomellato 67 Artemisia for women and men Eau de Toilette

Pomellato 67 Artemisia is named after the herbal plant and the queen of Halicarnassus (today called Bodrum). The latter is the place I spend most of my holidays. The mention of it makes me expect a piece of Mediterranean air brought by this bottle. The flacon is designed in an unisex fashion, simple and clean. The green color is suggestive of the herbal heart note, Artemisia. Notes are listed as follows:

Top notes: Lemon, mint and neroli
Heart notes: Artemisia absinthium (wormwood), jasmine and violet
Base notes: Olive wood, vetiver, patchouli and musk

Pomellato 67 Artemisia for women and men Eau de Toilette

With the first whiff, the fragrance opens up like a fresh summer cologne with the citrusy top notes and pleasant breath of mint. One of the best moments I have with Artemisia is when mint starts fading as artemisia kicks in. I imagine a endless green field which changes its tone of green as the clouds pass by. It stays green thus becomes a little more bitter and not that bright and fresh anymore. On me jasmine and violet are not pronounced very much but patchouli starts lingering slowly in a rather masculine way, at that point it almost becomes smoky on my skin. Olive wood and musk stay at the background as patchouli dominates. I found Artemisia to appear more masculine on me than I am used to wear but it definitely makes a nice fresh summer fragrance if used lightly. I will hold on to that until the weather warms up again.

I then decided to spray Artemisia on my husband. It was an instant love and proof of how different fragrances turn out to be depending on one's skin chemistry! On him a delicious Neroli dominates for the first hour, like as if he takes me to the Mediterranean orange gardens. On his skin, Artemisia balances out this fruity tone wonderfully, not too fruity, not too bitter. The florals are lingering softly at the background, not spoiling the play between Neroli and Artemisia. Finally another balanced act of patchouli and musk enters between good and bad, dirty and clean. The slightly smoky dry down is similar to what I have but on him I like it even more. This wonderful experience lasts about 5 hours, which is a moderate time for Eau de Toilette. After that it stays close to skin for another 4 hours. 

Final thoughts: I don't feel like it is the right thing to assign a fragrance to a specific gender and that the experience is personal. I love Pomellato 67 Artemisia more on my husband than on my self because this particular combination likes his skin chemistry. If your skin lets the Neroli radiate, you get the best of this experience.

Availability/Price: Pomellato 67 Artemisia is now available at boutiques and online. Prices in Germany for 30ml / 50ml / 100ml (pictured above) are 36€/52€/72€ respectively. 

Have you tried Pomellato before? Do you know know/love any other fragrance with artemisia?

The product in this post is provided free of charge for my consideration. 
I am not paid for this review, all opinions are honest and my own.


  1. I really like the delicate olfactory painting you draw in front of us. I find it particularly helpful to know how the scent evolves over time. You make me curious to try it out and see if I can follow your scenic adventure.

    1. I am glad that you liked the description. I think olfactory painting is very personal but I tried my best to explain my experience. Artemisia is certainly worth a try.


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