Fresh? Check. Uhhhh, I suppose that's that. Alegria is close to the word "allegro" which means fast and that's the gist of the fragrance. I own Angel Schlesser and agree with the comparison. Schlesser lasts a heck of a lot longer. Plus it's a little like the infamous aquatic Acqua di Gio but without the cologny feel.
Aquatic fresh spices. I usually give fresh stuff a fighting chance but some part of this feels weak. But humble. It's good but I wouldn't get myself a bottle.
Ozone, aquatic notes,ginger, lavender,green apple, mint and cedar.
Veryyyy clean, very masintream, yes, but would be my chosenone for a day by day innofensive fresh perfume, for the price you smell ,cheap, chic, nice and clean!.
Bears a striking similarity to Angel Schlesser Homme. It's sort of aquatic mixed with some kind of "starch" note (rice?, potato?, bread?). Not bad, it's quite light and inoffensive, but nothing special - Schlesser does the same thing better in my opinion.
Nothing extra ordinary with this scent. However, its very comfortable to wear. Clean, fresh and unassuming. It doesn't last that long though on my skin. Buy it if you can get a good deal.
SUPERB! I'm rather of fan of Mr D, he's not done a bad scent yet! Unusual and lasting without being difficult to wear. Fresh and interesting, have a go!
I always get compliments when I wear this fragrance. When you first apply it doesn't blow you away, it just smells quite tame and 'office friendly'. After 20 mins or so as it settles and warms up it becomes much more fragrant and aromatic and like nothing else I have tired. Sophisticated, lingering without overpowering and a dash of sexiness thrown in for good measure. I adore this!
10th March, 2005 (last edited: 26th July, 2015)