Sexy, clean and masculine. Lots of Fahrenheit in this but softer and more subtle. Very good for the price but doesn't project as much as I would like. Also, longevity is an issue, so use reckless abandon when spraying.
Not a fragrance I enjoy. I purchased a small 1 oz of Ferrari Uomo EDT for cheap and I regret it. I would say it's a soft, less floral, more synthetic version of Dior Fahrenheit. Probably won't be wearing this one much, but I do recognize it as a value play. Good longevity but never projects that far from the skin.
18th March, 2016 (last edited: 01st April, 2016)
I see the Fahrenheit comparison, but it also reminds me of Jazz Prestige for some reason.
Nice stuff nevertheless. (at least for its price, it's a keeper!)
For the price this can be bought for, created by Alberto Morillas - I am pleasantly surprised.
Didn't have high expectations for this one, however the price, size and perfumer sparked interest.
Ive been needing a versatile scent to save some niche fragrances from regular use.
This can be worn in all seasons and versatile it is.
Combination of citrus and woods are extremely well done here for the bargain this can be bought for.
It is a professional scent, good staying power, masculine and has some depth to it.
Highly recommended for everyday use, formal and non formal.
Like others have said...this is Alberto Morillas doing Fahrenheit.