Not bad but not good either just bleh. It shouldn't offend anyone so it is good for weekend wear or the office. No aspect of this juice is offensive to my nose but nothing about it makes me want to keep smelling it either.
Tested from a 5 ml splash-on EDT sample with plastic stopper.
I get the orange at the start, and then mostly leather. Not much wood unfortunately. I was hoping for some of the listed sandalwood, moss, cedar and vetiver, but got none of these, so it's not for me. It's not offensive - though I don't really picture a fast-living, crazy bad guy here.....
Quite light and was gone from my skin in less than 2 hours - stayed a bit longer on my shirt collar.
On the plus side, it's cheap, and the bottle in the picture looks cool.
Worst spray I ever owned. Bought it online had no idea what I smelt like. Couldn't even spray myself with it to try for a day. Anyway was soon given away to a family member.
Excellent value scent. I'm surprised how much vetiver I'm getting in the notes. It reminded me of my Encre Noire Sport so I had to check the notes to confirm. Unlike EN Sport, it has sweetness and booze to make it a much more agreeable and crowd pleasing fragrance.
An unholy mess of dozens of notes. Mostly woody, mostly sweet, nothing distinct.
It's competent. It isn't horrible. It isn't even difficult to wear. It's dry and sweet and a little leathery and a little spicy. But by being everything, it becomes worse than nothing.
Dirty English is like trying to climb a featureless wall of vaguely sweet, cheap wood paneling. It's remarkably unremarkable, offensively inoffensive.