The top notes are as expected: lime, lemongrass and bergamot - refreshing indeed. The drydown has a hint of white florals, but I am getting mainly jasmine and some carnation. The musk enters as a middle note but it is in the base when it comes to the fore, added to some woodsy notes and a dash of vanilla.
A nice refreshing scent for warmer autumn or cooler summer days, with adequate sillage, limited projection and less than two hours of longevity in the after shave, a bit more in the EdC. Well done overall. 3.5/5.
07th March, 2015 (last edited: 10th March, 2017)
This scent has a powdery scent to it that reminds one of baby powder or an after shower talc, which is pleasant to the nose. It also has a minty scent, which is great those of you who love mint like myself. A great after shave-cologne for the spring & summer, or anytime you want to wear it. Another definite 5 stars out of 5.
Love this offering from Pinaud, very addicting citrus sweet musk smell that drys down and settles into a subtle clean scent that sadly doesn't last long enough.It sees a place in my rotation......worth trying!
A very good lemon/lime/musk fragrance in my opinion. I've only used the aftershave, so I can't really testify to the longeivity of this fragrance. My barbershop sells this line of products so I've enjoyed them for years.
This is the first truly schizophrenic fragrance I have ever encountered. Musk and citrus, and they keep each other at arm's length. It's as though there are two fragrances at work, never quite collaborating. Pinaud Lime Sec is the base (inspired by lime flavored hard candy). I think who ever made this fragrance had a bus to catch.