Aromatic with a light, light citrus, Scuderia Ferrari Red is a powder and alcohol scent first and then drys to a fresh spicy synthetic.
Scuderia Red opens with a blend of citrus notes, mostly orange, and lemon verbena. This is kind of unique scent in a lot of ways. It’s a men’s fragrance by heavy with floral notes that you’d commonly find in a women’s perfume. The jasmine note is quite prominent.
There is also a slight spice from the nutmeg and mint combo lurking in the back. I actually like the opening, the citrus notes are juicy and clean, and the fresh spices with the jasmine comes across well.
As it dries down, I start to detect more of the sandalwood and cedar notes. It’s smooth and adds some more masculinity to the overall composition.
From there, I get a fairly linear scent with a dash of fresh spiciness, on top of citrus soaked wood notes. Scuderia Red is a warm and has a certain brightness about it.