It's been done before.....
Tried a sample for a day. Citrus on the top, woods below. Got that a already. Nothing terrible, but certainly nothing ground breaking that I need to add to my fragrance collection. HoHum packaging. Next......?
13th March, 2015 (last edited: 16th March, 2015)
A very lacklustre aquatic with a metallic sweetness about it. Again, it's hard to believe that Jacques Cavallier is the nose- goes to show that the marriage of the house and the perfumer is not always harmonious. I vastly prefer Acqua di Gio over this one, though apparently this one has a better longevity. But I like good longevity and performance from fragrances that smell good, not the rotten ones. Perhaps I don't get along well with the note of Yuzu, but I have a fair degree of tolerance and acceptance when it comes to others in similar territory, such as Yuzu Man. This one is an absolutely redundant non-entity.
Sour, cloying, synthetic bug-spray/insect-repellent (mixed with CK-One).
This scent can be found in the camping section of any store for around $8.00 USD.
Maybe both will protect you against mosquitos.
This scent starts off on a citrus note and gradually
evolves into a woody note. On a good day L'Eau
d'Issey pour Homme will make you happy. Many say
it's a crowd pleaser, but I sometimes don't find this
cologne fascinating. I got it as a gift, otherwise i would
have chosen Acqua di Gio or Terre d'Hermes.
But yet it's a well constructed scent.
This is an appealing fragrance to most people who encounter it. I took a sample home with me to try it out and found that I must be an anomaly in this regard. It projected well, but lasted only about 2 hours on my skin. It came across to me as being a bit too generic and I tossed my sample in the reject drawer for the time being. I will re-examine it later once I have exhausted the rest of my list of fragrances I would like to try.