This fixes most of what was damaged by the reformulation of Drakkar Noir. The return of the oakmoss...
Interestingly, it is also a pretty good substitute for the sadly discontinued Punjab by Capucci. There is a stirring frankincense note under the juniper, and a plausible deer musk.
Go easy. This stuff is very, very strong.
Picture perfect recreation of Drakkar Noir
If you love the old Drakkar Noir with the full dosage of oakmoss, you will love al Rehab's Dakar.
Pros: outstanding projection and sillage; complex drydown
Very similar to Drakkar Noir, but even more similar to Caesars Man. Very 'green' smelling, slightly leathery and spicy
An outstanding fragrance.
I've tried several Al Rehab scents so far and I have not bee dissapointed with none of them, and Dakar is one of the best.
Hard to describe, it has some resemblance with Drakkar Noir, but is not Drakkar Noirby any means, reminds me other dark powerhouses like Jacomo de Jacomo, Tsar, Van Cleef and Arpels, and even Giogio of Beverly Hills. Believe me, you will not go wrong with this gem. Strong sillage and lasts all day, it could be classified as a true powerhouse.
And the cherry of this perfume is its low price.