another of the very few now[and that was years ago] i bought on ebay.same as o.g. but definitely "classier" and citrus/sparklier? very nice if you can find it.cool frosted glass as well.
Multi-Platinum is essentially a middle ground between Millesime Imperial and the original Sean John Unforgivable. It has that same Unforgivable DNA but with a more fresher quality. The green birch leaf and florals are tuned down and the grapefruit and other citrus notes are amped up. Imagine the saltiness and bright, fresh watermelon/citrus vibe from MI and mix that with the rum, amber, and spiciness of the original Unforgivable, and there you have it. There really isn't much else going on aside from what I've already stated. Surprisingly, it also lasts a lot longer and has better sillage than the original. I also find this really similar to Love and Luck by Ed Hardy, just with an added booziness. If you can find this fairly priced, get it! Otherwise, for the price that people are selling this bad boy for, you can probably get MI, which is a obviously better but not by much. It's perfect for summer, warmer weather, and can be used by anyone and any age in casual attire or formal. There's great versatility with this one and I received a lot of positive attention! It's too bad I had to sell my bottle but I look forward to finding this again someday! My final rating B+
longer lasting, and a bit more citrus than the original.this should not be a limited edition. great stuff here,but mt buddy at work bathes in it so i can barely wear it.
Whereas the original unforgivable smells like a nice copy of Millesime Imperial, using orange soda and lacking the floral and salt notes.
THis version drastically improves the quality of the citrus notes, making them very near the creed. Plus it has an added floral elelment, which agaian, makes it one step closer to it's inspiration. It still lacks the salt and overarching quality of the creed, and the base is too sweet when it dries, but this is remarkably better and longer lasting thean the original Sean John Unforgivable. Just not as profitable, due to superior oils.
This stuff deserves to replace the original, or at least not be limited.
More citrusy opening, longer lasting, slightly spicier-intense drydown.