Knowing it's sold at EdC concentration, I'm not disappointed in English Leather Musk's longevity or projection. What I do get is a warm leather that soon enough gives way to a warm, somewhat sweet and balsamic scent that I assume is the referenced "musk". If you do find some (I scored a 1/2-oz. bottle for $1 on a closeout,) it's worth buying as a casual scent for home or office.
I hardly smell this one at all right after I put it on. As it dries down, it develops into a sweet, stale, musky talcum powder, that makes me smell like a well-groomed but stuffy old lady. Fortunately it's not very strong, so I don't get people asking me if I've been getting intimate with Mrs. Doubtfire, but it just smells horribly out of place to me. I haven't smelled many other 70s and 80s "musk" scents, but I'd certainly hope that others are better and more masculine like Monsieur Musk. I'm glad they discontinued it...I can't imagine what man would be taken seriously wearing it.
A wonderful musk - subtle, sweet and spicy. I've kept the same bottle in my glovebox for years as my on-the-go emergency frag. perfect to splash on and refresh yourself after a long drive.
Light subtle, soft 'skin scent' musk that is surprisingly unisex and sexy. I expected it to be more heavy and cloying but this appears to be another warm weather fragrance. I find it a bit 'airy and elusive' at the moment, again probably because of the cold weather, but think it is very similar to and will work well layered with my favourite musk perfume oil - TBS Mostly Musk.