I'm mostly interested in drydowns, so I won't speak to the top notes (which aren't very strong anyway). I knew the drydown smelled like something familiar but it took me quite a while to place it. The tonko, spice, and fruit seem to be creating a cannoli-like quality for me. However, there is also a "synthetic" woody thing going on that is not nice at all. These different accords waft in and out, and I don't find it an especially pleasant experience. The cannnoli accord on its own would be pleasant but probably get boring within the first hour or so, but when the other accord is added, it's just not worth wearing to me. If you like it, it's a great bargain, but I have to give it a negative rating because I just don't like it, though it's definitely not a horrible scent.
A fruity-citrus opening with a mild woody, slightly sweet drydown. Not remarkable, but at its price point a good value for a younger man.
Another fragrance from a million other. Simple, common, cheap, very cheap smelling. I'm pretty sure that Ungaro will never release anything nearly as good as their fabulous trilogy of the early 90's. That's a pity.
A pleasant, inoffensive vetiver frag for very little money. If you like L'Homme by Lanvin, you won't be disappointed. (Very like L'Homme, only with fruitier notes and a woodier "heart.") If you're looking for something with some serious verve, though, look elsewhere -- this is office frag personified.
It's nothing like the other Ungaro scents at all. It's a fresh green fruity scent with a semi-sweet woody base. Cheap and fine.