I dislike this house and its SAs. Pretentious and stretching truth - more so than the others.
But this one is a good fragrance. Kinda like Ormonde Jayne man.
Does not last long but it is good while it lasts. The pepper and cardamom play very well together.
Pretty linear and expensive.
X for Men is my favorite of the Clive Christian perfumes from testing at their fragrance counters. The overall accord strikes me as just ok, a little sour, but up close the individual ingredients smell interesting.
I must note, that the "Costume National Homme" which has similar fragrance, has caused me some red points in the spraid place after using on of my both wrist.It must be very synthetical, and therefore can be must more cheaper.May be than it is similar fragrance, as Clive Christian X , but CCH X may be avoid the synthetic ingridients, because of after using
it I haven't any skin problem.
Great for Winter, cooler days, and nights.Great longevity, and sillage.
a very poor performer, notes mixed together resulting in a "wall of scent" type concoction, so expensive for what?
Off the top I get sweet lemony citrus blast with wood and what smells like pineapple with cinnamon.
As time moves forward the wood notes become stronger though surrounded in a haze of cinnamon and that pineapple like note. Jasmine also rears it's head briefly before the wood aspect takes over.
I have to this scent smells exactly like Costume National Homme which is the fraction of what this costs.