Tempus Ludendi

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)


The base is precious woods with fine vanilla & ambergris. Overlaying these are tobacco & cognac. Subtle notes of rose & orange blossom enhanced by spices, citrus, mint & lavender. A fragrance to wear when it’s Time to Play.

A sophisticated unisex fragrance, it’s suited to day and evening wear but the emphasis here is on having fun:

This high-strength fragrance contains some very special ingredients to make it last all day and into the night without being overpowering to start with. Ideal for that all night party . . .

The base-notes are complex, dominated by a selection of precious woods enhanced with some very fine vanilla and ambergris. Overlaying these is a distinct tobacco and subtle cognac element keeping everything in balance.

There are subtle notes of rose and orange blossom as well as spices and some low-key citrus, mint and lavender.

This fine cologne is perfect for those occasions when you hope to be asked what you’re wearing!

Oh and for those who may not have studied latin, the name means Time for Play . . .

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100ml, 30ml, 50ml, 60ml

1 review for Tempus Ludendi

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Thomas Seidler

    I’m only bothering to review in any detail my top few perfumes here, and Tempus Ludendi would be one in my triumvirate of vanilla/woody dry down scent perfumes (though Chris may kindly correct me and tell me it’s something different! 🙂 ). The three are 1953, Tempus Ludendi and Anjin. Now I only bought Anjin in any volume (limited funds), as it is more versatile being simpler and thus more easily mixable with a number of other scents in his range. However, I have bought a number of 1953 and Tempus Ludendi samples (both for personal and to give as presents) and I’m absolutely in love with them as scents given the time and the place.

    I think in order it’d probably be 1953 at the top, then Anjin (with mixability being a special plus – some of it’s combinations take it out of the trimvirate and create new scents in a league of their own and on a par with 1953), and last but by no means least this one. As I say, I’m only reviewing my most favourite!

    This is awesome, complex and subtle smells, with a really nice dry down and strong initial scent. A winner when I want something different, I tend not to use Anjin on it’s own very much, as it doesn’t compete so well against this and my memories of 1953 (I’ve all run out of this!).

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