Am I the only to notice that this smells almost exactly like T for Him by Tommy Hilfiger? They are both good, but no need to fork out cash for the Boadicea when you can have T for Him that does the same job.
Energizer is a bracing citric-aromatic fragrance that strikes over a tart chord of minty conifer's resins, aqueous hesperides and angular grapefruit. The smell is pleasant, a bit eau de cologne kind and basically aromatic-lemony. The background is woodsy and musky with undertones of fluidy vetiver and grapefruit. Distinguished, conservative and summery. Lasting power and projection are good.
An explosion of citruses (the whole range) lead by a prominent, kinda aromatic, grapefruit note. Bitter green hints trhoguhout appearing on a clean musky/vetiver base. Definitely an unisex summer scent that while it's not particularly outstanding (Hermes Eau D'Orange Verte is a much cheaper alternative), it's well crafted and refined. Good lasting power.
28th June, 2011 (last edited: 05th August, 2011)
Energizer starts with a nice refreshing blast of grapefruit and eventually fills out to a more 'complete' citrus bouquet. The heart contains some less sour notes, probably cedrat and bergamot in addition to lemon because there are hints of green in the heart. Energizer stays close to the skin but get good longevity for a citrus fragrance.
Pleasant? Sure. But then again, so is Hermes Eau d'Orange Verte, Eau de Guerlain, and even Chanel Allure Homme Sport. There's absolutely nothing that makes this fragrance stand out among the hundreds of other citrus fragrances out there, and in fact Energizer is among the more bland of citrus scents. I'd take the Allure Homme Sport over Energizer any day.
Yet another average entry from Boadicea.