For about a minute, this smells like Lalique White. I gawked up the notes on here, and they each have black pepper, amber, musk, cardamom, so that makes sense. Still, it's not a wow smell...and doesn't excite much. I got it as a gift, and just wear it around the house. If you smell this, ok, but if you don't, you're not gonna lose sleep over it.
The first time I smelled this was several years back... and it smelled wonderful. It still does... sporty fresh fragrance, but unfortunately it barely lasts.
It's notes are nothing out of the ordinary and since it doesn't last long... thumbs down.
It's so boring that it made me fall asleep after opening tester vial.
I tested this today. What can I say?
Generally, I do not like synthetical designer scents, and this is another one, just as one should expect from this brand. The main ingredient that stands out seems to be a chemical musk. But is is quite bodily an attractive, it might even provide the wearer with a certain feeling of physical or sexual presence. Far from being something different, it seems to be just a magical hint better than many other similar scents.
Maybe after years of practise, at Boss, they might have developed some Know How in making attractive perfumes out of inexpensive ingredients.
Not bad, but nothing special. Very generic. Looked and seemed promising.