Woody leathery chypre. It smells very, very familiar. It's also feels like and unfinished oriental. Very conflicting and way too harsh for me.
Tonino Lamborghini is sharp, cologny, and it has been done before. It has rough notes, unbalanced accords and awkward movements. This is a very good example of an unoriginal, thrown together ‘80s drugstore fragrance, but it doesn’t even have that “it’s what people want” excuse: it was created in 1999. Unfortunately, this is pretty much what many of the automobile fragrances turn out to be: uninspired, synthetic, out of date. Sometimes I think the automobile companies should stick to making automobiles.
22nd August, 2008 (last edited: 09th December, 2010)
Wood and spice. Outdoorsy and masculine.
Great men's scent.
18th February, 2005 (last edited: 16th June, 2005)
Dynamic sharp, oriental-chypre scent. Moschino Uomo?'s follower with some sweet spice and nutmeg notes. Very young and maybe even stylish to someone but far from harmony and a good quality. Not worth the money they want for it. Just a summer club or open-air scent.