One of the first fragrances I tried and worn on a regular basis. For me, It's the synonym of Fougere. Lavender, coumarin and moss in a great masculin combination. It's smooth, well blended and intoxicating. Everything in its right place. Starts with an explosion of lavender and then calms down when combined with coumarin, moss and soft spices. It used to be oakmoss, but now, reformulated, It's tree moss. Of course, It lost some depth, but It's still great in its simplicity. A manly fragrance, never overpowering, addictive! Forget fougeres like Caron pour homme: full of that powder accord, dated, always reminding of the past. Men's club is refreshing in a distinctive way. For some, a bit deja vu, but still beats any of these uninspiring recent launches.