is like Minotaure but more Lavander (of course) and less citrus... Pure Lavender is more sophisticated and Minotaure more casual
Why, o why have you been discontinued...
I agree with WavingWheat. This is the only fragrance I have ever worn that feels like a second skin. The fragrance starts out quite floral, but turns into a wonderful, warm, smoky lavender musk that usually makes it impossible for me to get through the day without coworkers, cashiers or cabbies sniffing and asking whether I am wearing cologne.
When I say yes, their next question is whether I would mind if they smell me.
And I always let them, because I am just generous that way.
Pros: Long-lasting, warm, complex scent
Cons: I can't get any more"
There is one 'Pure Lavender' and that is Caron 'Pour Un Homme': this is his dull chemical brother in law.
oh,this is bad! awful openning then something goes better but still unpleasant synthetic smell which doesnt smell like mans fragrance but some car or air deodorant.
I wouldnt use it even in my car! (btw I dont use any in there...)
This is one of those fragrances that you know belongs on you when you wear it, It is a comfort to wear, as it is friendly, reassuring and very alluring. The lavander is not over-powering, just enough to smell clean and natural. The anise is just a hint to reassure you that it is there. From the bottle you can get a whiff over the vanilla, on dry-down you have a lavender, vanilla powder, and ambergris scent. Initially, there is a lot of sillage, but it is not long lasting; half a day. Great 'going-out' EDT for men. It is masculine, but not macho; sensitive, but not milquetoasty. It is not a 'sophisticated' scent, but it is also not a 'cheap drugstore' bottle of chemically smelling cologne. Certainly, a Parisian made fragrance. I recommend it, particularly for the price.