A good option for a low / mid priced fragrance.
You might regard this as a contemporary interpretation of citric scents, in that its top notes are acquatic, making of MbyAB a fairly common, far from original, fragrance. On some occasions I can perceive the presence of vetiver, while base notes are quite traditonal though, reminding me of such classics like Signoricci 2.
One more thing that comes to mind is the fact that sillage and longevity are not in line with those one finds in low / mid priced scents, making out of this option a good value for money in the case you are looking for attributes most people identify with quality scents.
Pleasant scent, light and casual - nothing special. I give it an Eh!
I think it's a good scent. I heard from girls that it's very interesting and sexy... My girlfriend liked it very much on me!
Another failure of the Banderas- Puig collaboration. First i loved this scent, as the first impressions reminded me of Roma Uomo and Boss Bottled due to the strange, understated, powdery, almost baroque sweetness, the fruity spicy, rich warmth, but once these elusive notes faded away, another, more nasty and intoxicating sweetness remained. Like in Diavolo, overdone synthtetic vetyver imitation with and excessive piney touch, however that dissimillar to piney smell, that a pine-smelling
car-freshner seems more natural. Among the Mediterranean notes there is nothing reminding of the Meditteranean, no aquatic, chypre or citrus notes, reminding at best of the sandy beaches on a day of undearable heat and sweat, sand, so much sand and such hot air, that one might choke on it- the same happpens if one uses
this scent. The commercial starring Banderas in person is equally a failure full of empty promises.
All the Banderas scents are made by Puig and feature very cheesy and cliché -latin lover ads with the great thespian himself. I don't have to tell you the scents are average at best and I honestly never understood this type of marketing. Wouldn't these slick guys be better to use in selling stuff to women? Maybe the wives and girlfriends are the target here? Whatever, to summarize - these suck. Bad.