The opening with its bergamot, citrus and orris is a tad unexciting, and followed by a drydown with cumin, woodsy notes and some clove hints. The base is very generic and a light synthetic musk with a hint of sweetness is what I get. Very dull, not as such unpleasant, with adequate silage and projection. The main forte of this scent is the excellent longevity of nearly nine hours.
Gant Indigo is similar in style to L'Eau Par Kenzo, but it lasts longer on me than the latter. And it lasts longer on me than Erolfa does.
Thus I really like wearing it in warm weather.
Gant Indigo isn't the most imaginative of fragrances; but it is however a rather pleasant mix of citrus and spices. While it's certainly nothing that'd make you stand out in a crowd, it'd certainly make a pretty decent day to day scent. Overall a fragrance that's a little bit different from the norm, but not too daring. Notes are as follows: -
TOP: Bergamot, Grapefruit, Lime, Orange, Juniper, Orris, Papyrus Leaves.
MIDDLE: Cumin, Nutmeg, Clove Bud, Elemi, Black Pepper, Liquorice, Cedar, Teak, Sandlewood, Oakmoss.
BASE: Amber, Musk
MonkeyManMatts words doubled precisely only not including the part where he suggested you to buy Erolfa.
As dull and uninspired as everything else the Gant-people have laid their preppy little fingers on. A watered down grapefruit/neroli mix that seems to have been designed for an anemic, politically correct government office. Or something like that... I guess you get the picture - BORING! Save your money and buy Creed's Erolfa instead.