The photo here is of an aftershave, and that is what I am reviewing. This is a very pleasant, light scent, containing mild green herbs, woods and moss. It is Aqua di Selva's nice younger brother. It is a very classy aftershave... doesn't last long but one wouldn't expect it to do that.
The Baron de Charlus once told me: "It was on the South Coast of England that I first encountered Victor Club, Victor's more elevated and distinguished brother. I found myself by chance in a seaside resort - perhaps it was Bournemouth, perhaps it was Torquay - the haunt of that brigade of retired bank managers and elderly small businessmen who invariably dress in symphonies of grey or beige whilst perambulating between the golf club, the Rotary Club and regimental reunions.
As one of their number passed me by, the smell of Victor Club wafted towards my nostrils, lemony fresh, decent and kindly, yet with a distinct air of quiet woody authority.
It put me in mind of more innocent times, certainly vanished and possibly purely imaginary: when bicycles had no gears, television sets were hardly invented, it rained often but always respectably, family picnics were held on the South Downs, and the English middle classes pursued eccentric but sober hobbies in their garden sheds."