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Paul Smith Extreme Men (2002)
by Paul Smith

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Paul Smith Extreme Men information

Year of Launch2002
GenderMasculine
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 132 votes)

People and companies

HousePaul Smith
PerfumerMarie-Aude Couture
PerfumerOlivier Pescheux
PackagingSophie Hicks
Parent CompanyInter Parfums

About Paul Smith Extreme Men

Paul Smith Extreme Men is a masculine fragrance by Paul Smith. The scent was launched in 2002 and the fragrance was created by perfumers Olivier Pescheux and Marie-Aude Couture. The bottle was designed by Sophie Hicks

Paul Smith Extreme Men fragrance notes

Reviews of Paul Smith Extreme Men

Here’s another “kind of” winner among Paul Smith range. Nothing extreme here, rather the opposite: Extreme is in fact to me a really mellow, smooth, quite unexpectedly classy and mature sort of citrus-floral-herbal fragrance with cedar, something soapy and slightly fruity, maybe a hint of orange blossoms, and something like cardamom. I also get rosemary quite clearly, bringing this a bit close to Rochas Aquaman and Lanvin Oxygene – they just both develop the herbal-aquatic Mediterranean theme, here it is just more a touch of herb among more classic woods and floral-citrus notes. Which is basically what makes Extreme slightly different from similar fragrances, as it smells basically like a “bridge” between old-school citrus-woody-floral “barbershop” aftershaves, and more modern spicy Oriental ones. Overall a really bright and pleasant scent, quite “synthetic” but I don’t mind that – the smell is incredibly fine and rich, and that is what counts for me. It is a sort of really modern, kind of youngster but really refined sort of classic “eau de cologne”, with its flowers-infused citrus and woody-spicy blend. Shortly a sort of barbershop scent for “downtown lads”, less old-school and a bit more contemporary. Nothing juvenile though, just simply crisp, versatile and lively, perfectly suitable for mature men as well. Longevity is really poor, soon leaving on skin just a faint soapy-musky drydown (still nice, just barely perceivable), but it works fine on clothes.

7/10
12th June, 2015
loving the original one, when i tried this i got mixed up! this one doesnt remind me dior's farenheit at all; first notes brings me too many essences, a lot peppery, considering woud be probably a 'warm' one, a messy nice surprise to nose, while there's something sweet and quite fresh at the same time.. pepper is still visible almost all the time
Base notes are kinda woody, always surprising with some flashes of the original scent now and then, and a feel of a pleasant smell.
Dry out is pretty soft and clean makes u think its a quite reasonable perfume. Pepery yet really original and quirky, also loving its colory design on bottle :)
04th March, 2013 (last edited: 06th March, 2013)
subtle and elegant, somewhat old style..9/10
22nd December, 2012
There's nothing extreme indeed. Average fragrance, boring and generic. Projection, sillage and lasting power are WEAK, around two hours. Definetely thumbs down.
20th November, 2012
KSG Show all reviews
United Kingdom
Smells like a mess to me. Not my cup of tea.
07th September, 2012
chet31 Show all reviews
United States
Interesting top note that gave way to an unpleasant base note for me.
16th April, 2011

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