Tested today this great fragrance in Vienna (at a Douglas Cosmetics store as well as done by Marcuslaughter).
Mozart for men by Hanusch is an hyper classic aromatic-leathery fougere for man. This fragrance epitomizes several of the main masculine aromatic "toiletries-like" 80's (powerhouse) amazing stereotypes with high quality raw materials, a virile recipe and forbidding restraint. The aromatic opening is familiar and floral resinous, a bracing classy whiff conjuring me quite remarkably something ideally in the middle between the classic Borsalino by Borsalino and the woody-herbal Basile Uomo (especially due an immediately perceived presence of melancholic sharp floral notes -muguet, carnation, geranium- fir resin, bergamot, sandalwood and fresh lavender). Progressively the juice evolves in a fresher kind of bracing-herbal way and it seems you are finally wearing scents as Drakkar Noir, Caesars Man by Caesars World, vintage Trussardi Uomo or Lomani for Men by Lomani (plenty of verbena, pine needles, rosemary and balsamic "stuffs"). Along the way amber, moss, patchouli and leather jump on the stage with a final role of protagonists. The juice in this phase is still fresh but almost musky-balmy, creamy spicy, mossy and softly leathery. The amazing dry down is quite mossy, balsamic, woody and classically virile. You can't go wrong with such classic masculine olfactory statements. Thumbs up.
16th November, 2015 (last edited: 17th November, 2015)