Wow, spicy, definate male feeling at first application. This so makes me think Jersey Shore men due to the slight hairspray note combined with the musk and civet. Not quite as cheesey though but definately macho. You better like the dirty feel because this fragrance reminds me of someone pretty cocksure. Drydown brings a bit of softness and smoothness to temper the macho opening.
Like in every other scents I have tried from this house, I get this strong feeling of this being very unfinished, and to be blunt, very badly made overall. It smells everything but rich and full-bodied. Sharp and thin cheap smelling woody soap is all I can get.
I hate to bring this down, but I really think its god damn awful fragrance.
I only wish the new EdP concentrations are working way much better, since there is so much room for improvements, imho.
Wow, overly spicy and potently musky. The only redeeming quality is the woody notes. Becomes light immediately, evaporating quickly into a linear musky wood. Just a little too much quirkiness.
I had really expected more from my first Storer fragrance. Perhaps I'll get some Monk and try that, as this stuff really does nothing for me. I kept getting synthetic fruity notes, which is odd as (to the best of my knowledge) Storer claims to use only natural ingredients. Dunno -- weird.
As a woman, Djin is not something I'd choose to wear, but could carpool with a gentleman who wore it. I'm not sophisticated in reviewing male-specific scents, but this strikes me as an okay frag for men. I thought I got a whiff of rhubarb(?) along the line.