Dudes, don't let the name fool you. This isn't like spraying on Kool-Aid. The name belies its quality and the fragrance tradition it emulates.
Think of an interesting interplay of Acqua di Parma Colonia and Penhaligon's Castile. At a significantly lower price! The quality is something to be admired. It is every bit as good as a niche house, and the price cannot be beat. There's even a little quinine bitterness in there that evokes an Eau de Portugal of sorts.
Looking to experience a "barber shop" eau de cologne aroma? You might consider this one! I can't wait to try it in summer in the heat.