Quite a simple idea, to combine a lovely basil with cardamom and a bit of bergamot to freshen it up - simple but rarely done, and very convincing. The drydown sports a rather generic floral mix, but then the licorice with a touch of musk is much better on my skin. Overall not the strongest Armani fragrance by far, but nice and pleasant for most of its duration. Moderate sillage, limited projection and about three hours of longevity on me. Just barely a positive score by the skin of its teeth.
Perfect for Spring/Summer and very reasonably priced. A good one for the younger crowd. Longevity is fairly decent so to get the most out of it i wear it in the heat. Certainly worth a try.
I choose this one whenever I want to be formal and inoffensive. Bought half price on sale, probably wouldn't bother for normal price...
Licorice and Basil are most dominant notes for me. Not bad but not great, still it does deserve thumbs up.
Not many people wear this fragrance, which makes it very unique. I think this could be one of my all time "most complimented" cologne, and I don't typically like Armani fragrances. What a unique idea to use a liquorish as the heart note, very attractive!
Starts out lemonesque, with a tinge of herbs most likely basil. (This section is directly dependant on temperature) It's now about 31 degrees outside and it smells rather feminine, the licorice being the shining star. However, with a little heat the licorice subsides and allows a little spice to bleed through to toughen it up. By no means does this now have leather like skin, but for me, this is a bit too feminine for my liking. Funny because smelling it from the bottle gives a different feel. This is clearly unisex, and I won't be wearing it again.