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Kiton Men (1996)
by Kiton


Kiton Men information

Year of Launch1996
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 170 votes)

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Parent CompanyHerbert Frommen > Estee Lauder Companies > Palladio Fragrances

About Kiton Men

Kiton Men is a masculine fragrance by Kiton. The scent was launched in 1996

Reviews of Kiton Men

Classy, mature and refreshing. An uplifting and confidence-boosting scent that is sometimes overlooked, although CoachRob on youtube loves to talk it up and remind us how good it is.

Sometimes it reminds me of GIT, but it can also turn into Fahrenheit at times. I love both of those so this is a treat either way it goes.

Projects very well for the first couple hours and then after that, sits close to your skin. Longevity isn't the best.
01st June, 2017
Wow, love Kiton Men! It has a bare resemblance to Fahrenheit, but it has more spicy and wood elements in it. Definitely sense some bergamot in this one, a favorite note of mine. Seems to be available at both steep and low prices - either way, a great experience.
11th December, 2016
This is indeed a great underrated fragrance,but it has been reformulated...a bit worse in performance then original.It's more like GIT and fades away sooner then before so still a great scent but original was a little better...
11th October, 2015 (last edited: 25th October, 2015)
Bergamot, violet and cedar perfection. 5 out of 5 stars.
26th May, 2015
vawallpa Show all reviews
United Kingdom
A great classy underrated fresh fragrance
28th June, 2014
Genre: Fougére

I really like Kiton Men’s aromatic, bergamot, and floral top notes: they’re rounded, naturalistic, and smoothly blended. From there Kiton moves very slowly into a soapy floral and wood heart with just a touch of fruit to sweeten it. With citrus and lavender over a tonka-seasoned foundation the basic outline is that of a “fresh” fougère, but this example is both drier and more overtly floral than most other entries in the field, making it more “grown-up” and sophisticated by comparison. As so often in contemporary men’s scents, the drydown is the least successful aspect, with the woods eventually turning harsh and chemical, and the tonka (coumarin) cloyingly sweet.

Moderation seems to be the principle behind Kiton Men, both in style and strength. The potential cost of this approach is blandness, from which I’m afraid this scent ultimately suffers. Until it reaches its drydown Kiton Men is pleasant and well-made, but also ordinary, and I’d want something more distinguished in the middle to make up for the awkward base notes.
19th June, 2014

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