Starts off promising enough, with some citrus and a touch of spice. It quickly dries down to the Brut deoderant spray I recall from the early/mid 80's. Very uninspired, but not entirely offensive.
smelled like tequila first sniff then became very dry and harsh dosent work with my skin chem
28th August, 2009 (last edited: 29th September, 2009)
I'm just going to lay it out in the open: I love bergamot. To me, this scent has just the right amount of my favorite fragrance note. It also lasts for quite a long time, about as long as Drakkar Noir. However, it smells too generic for me. Others may not enjoy it as much as I have, especially those who are not fond of aquatic scents. It isn't a particularly high quality cologne, but for the $7 per bottle clearance price I paid, I was sold. I'm not sure what the normal price is, but I wouldn't pay much for it.
I closed my eyes at the brand name and surprisingly found a pleasant amber fougere that might feel diluted to some.
I am not suprised by the reviews for this. Phat Farm is a predominantly African-American brand, most of whom probably are not into fragrances as heavily as other races. Yes, I know... but I am black and I know what I am talking about.
Now to the scent...Drakkar Noir is all I get. Common Russell, at least FUBU had a unique scent in FUBU PLUSH. This is nothing but a dissapointment. I was expecting some kinda urban sumthin, since that's the catch-phrase for the brand. And if you are going to copy something at least copy a scent that's delectable, even if you don't go above and beyond like P. Diddy whose Sean John UNFORGIVEABLE won an award. It is a copy as well, but a copy of CREED SILVER MOUNTAIN WATER, an expensive colgne, plus he had the decensy to change it up a bit.
Russell, I wish and hope you get to read this, because if it is any wonder why ATMAN did not sell, well, read above.