Aldelhydic citrus takes as a surprise. Very quickly this "Anchor" of a perfume channels to the Old Spice for Men that reminiscent of the 60's. There is a suggestion to Ambergris that tickles the memory and creates a projection bubble of spiciness ancient.
I am transported back, to a time of my Grandfather.
As is stated by Epapsiou modern production is very pale, flat and is best left unopened.
29th August, 2016 (last edited: 07th January, 2017)
This is the Old Spice that should be in your bathroom and not the dross that passes as Old Spice these days for almost the same price.
Ingredients are top notch. I don't know whether there is much difference between this and vintage OS for Men. From memory I don't think so.
Spices (but not spicy), amber, vanilla/tonka , aldehydes all in perfect ratio. In fact, pointers should be taken from EAOS on aldehyde use and not from No. 5.
I don't know why this is not popular here but am happy it is not as it keeps prices down.
Note: This has been discontinued (for a while now) so you will not find it in walmart. Fleabay may be a good way to go.
This is the exact same formula as the original Old Spice by Shulton except it was marketed to women first (and apparently not very popular considering it became the standard of masculinity for decades...). Buy this if you can find. High quality ingredients.