A good and worthy, representable copy of Fahrenheit
Dior Fahrenheit is the first scent this scent reminded me of. Here it is quite bashed which I find surprising and also quite unfair. Fahrenheit is tad bit more sharp, aggressive and Ferrari Uomo is milder in character, not in potency. There is a creamy notion about it, such as those creamy leather seats in a red car. There is elegance here, manliness, determination, all those character marks that Fahrenheit also contains.
Bottle and box are cool.
Pros: smell, bottle, box, longevity, projection, style
garbage , smells horrible , enough said , shame .
This perfume is sexy but Alberto Morillas ,you could have made it little more projecting and long lasting,rest everything is wounderful.No doubt..
Not great, not terrible. Mildly acceptable and certainly pleasant - but in a world of extraordinary scents, why would you waste your time and money on this nondescript nonentity?
04th September, 2012 (last edited: 06th September, 2012)
I agree with the previous 2 reviewers, this is one obnoxious pile of chemical crapola. I'd be truly ashamed to step out smelling like this. The night after I tested it, I had a vivid nightmare about sores erupting on my forearms where I'd sprayed it. You might as well make your own fragrance from assorted dribs and drabs of garage chemicals. It can't be any worse. Two thumbs down.