A very surprisingly nice fragrance, very pleasant to the nose, very cheap to buy and a bargain price for the quality of the fragrance. Also quit long lasting. Smells like more expensive fragrances
If there ever was a ”cosy” fragrance, this is it. It will place you in front of a warm fireplace, feeling good and having a wonderful time with your family or friends. Christmas in a bottle!
At some point I read some reviewer claim that Santa wears Fever pour Homme, and I’m sure he or she is right. After a slightly anonymous opening (very similar to Zirh Ikon) you will be greeted by a wonderful combination of incense and fir resin, spiced with a touch of rose. This smells exactly like Santa’s workshop, in my fantasy at least. An absolute joy, and if you wear it under your clothes, the enjoyment will last for a long time.
Fever is one of my winter favorites and is great on a rainy day, too. It is very unobtrusive and with moderate sillage, so it can easily be worn at the office. If you like incense fragrances you should not miss this. Especially not when it is sold unbelievably cheap at online stores. Strongly recommended – and infinitely better than its cloying sibling Celine pour Homme.
29th January, 2011 (last edited: 09th June, 2011)
I have several fragrances that fall under either the dry, spiced woods or incense category but Fever is my favorite of them, edging out Gucci Pour Homme, Dirty English, Ikon, Envy, and Lalique Equus (but only because it performs better). It stays fairly close, but from all those who have wandered into that small radius I have had nothing but compliments.
Fever is very dry, spicy and lightly resinous, and instead of slowly dwindling into matchsticks and kindling it smolders evenly and maintains its warm but subtly biting character throughout. The effect is very welcoming and it's a great scent for movie dates or similarly close arrangements.
Fantastically well done incense, and abnormally cheap - I actually paid more for overseas shipping than I did for the bottle.
This is a dry, spicy/incense/woody, quite similar to Azzaro's Visit, but Visit isn't this dry. I can also see the similarity to Tumulte Pour Homme, but that's a bit too strong and one-dimensional. This is a bit softer and less "synthetic," and thus for me more wearable. Don't expect much in the way of patchouli, though it's listed as a base note. If this is what you seek, I can understand buying this rather than an expensive "niche" fragrance that is very similar (such as the CdG Incense series). Sillage and longevity are at least very good.
Very interesting. I smell a very spicy cinnamon-y scent with cedar. Must be cardamom and incense. This is definitely spicy and woody. Fresh, too. Yet feels somewhat chemical to me. (All fragrances are chemicals! HAHA). Much better than Celine pour Homme.