A pleasant lemon fragrance in the same vein as Dior's Eau Sauvage and Eau De Rochas. Great for warmer weather and can be worn for almost any occasion. Has a bit of a gentlemanly aspect to it but not too stuffy. Nothing groundbreaking, but can be a workhorse for work or play.
Spicy, herbal lemon. The citrus goes throughout the drydown and fades into the base which is woods and vetiver, but a citrus/tobacco vetiver like Guerlain's. Though it doesn't really smell like vetiver.
I will remain neutral on this one. I smelled the heaviest Lemon scent I've ever smelled before, like Pledge!
I could not even let it go to drydown, the lemon was TOO overpowering. Perhaps I can get my hands on a smaple and try it to see the drydown but it seems to Lemony Pledge for my tastes.
Well, I don't think this is similar to GIT at all. This reminds me of Acqua di Parma - Colonia so much I can't tell the difference.
This one can be effortlessly compared to the most subtle and inoffensive citrus fragrances around. A solid, unduobtable sensation of conservative class, refined chypre and herbal notes, but, quite similar to Acqua di Parma and Eau Sauvage, the omnipresent high-end citrus note. The bottle is also classicaly elegant being perfectly matched with the sophisticated and costly ( tough less costly if compared to its lasting power) content. A worthy, but less known example of high-end classic style.