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D600 (2010)
by Carner Barcelona


D600 information

Year of Launch2010
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 36 votes)

People and companies

HouseCarner Barcelona

About D600

D600 is a shared / unisex perfume by Carner Barcelona. The scent was launched in 2010

D600 fragrance notes

  1. Top Notes
  2. Heart Notes
  3. Base notes

Reviews of D600

Gourmand but not sickly sweet. Vanilla and cardamom with a spicy kick. Dries down to linear vanilla that isn't too sweet. A dry vanilla. Cinnamon would have ruined it but they refrained from that cliche'.
14th July, 2017
Stardate 20170502:

A lightly spiced gourmandy cologne.
This is a style that was introduced to me by Yohji Homme and then APOM by MFK. D600 lies somewhere between these two but is not better than either.
Worth as sniff but not FBW for me.
02nd May, 2017
This has the feel of a classically French, vintage-style perfume. It opens with vanilla & musk, lightly spiced with cardamom & pepper, & accented with subtle citrus notes. As it develops, there's incense, woods & a salty vetiver, & I swear I detect almonds or heliotrope, although these are not listed. At this point it reminds me of Alien Essence Absolue. There's a lot more going on here, but in amongst it, there's a very similarly incensy, almondy, oriental vibe. Ninety minutes in, this impression fades & I find it increasingly animalic & ambery, like a mix of castoreum & labdanum, two notes that I adore. The projection is excellent for several hours, only beginning to fade after ten hours.
I don't get iris here, & I've never smelled Dior Homme, so I can't make the comparison that others have. But I'm pleasantly surprised to find that this is just the kind of warm, sensual, animalic comfort scent that's right up my street. I'd still like to know what "D600" means, though.
27th January, 2016
Well done semi-fresh, semi-powdery, semi-sweet structure. The iris turned down to an acceptable level. I love this one.
21st January, 2016
Slight dischord

This smells to me like when I try to combine a vanilla or tonka type oil with a nice sharp fresh citrus.

I think to myself, yes! It's going to be great...

But no!

There appears to be an olfactory gap between creamy and sharp, like the 'Fresh' has been muted way down.

After a short while all I get is a sort of 'slack' vanilla that doesn't hold my interest.

A touch of wood. Also creamed by the vanilla though.

I do not Tally Dior Homme or Intense one bit.

Tardes for me is Carner's best.

My opionions of course

25th October, 2013
Spicy/vanillic and woody.
The resemblance with DHI is undeniable as well as the differences are easy to be here underlined: first of all there is no trace of cocoa in the Carner one and this is not a forgettable stuff, the peppery presence is notable by soon in the D600's composition (as well as the eathy vetiver/citrus evolution) and this element gives the initial deceptive impression about a more stressed powdery vibe around. While the DHI's dry down is stronger on iris, is musky/ambery (ambrette with the cocoa standout effect) under my nose and with an absolutely detectable pear presence, the base in D600 is more properly vanillic (a woody/spicy brown vanilla). This juice posseses a clear vetiver influence and a more determined humid fruity feel along the trip (especially on the top). D600 is a nice scent (probably more complex than Dior Homme Intense) but is one of those too much "immediately tasty and appealing" juices i use to be skeptical about. I have to anyway say that there is a certain level of texture and radiant sophistication to be it evalued as a "centered" modern fragrance for the crowd.
Pros: Modern and well combined.
Cons: Common in its floral/vanillic "easy" appeal."</p>
14th September, 2013 (last edited: 28th May, 2014)

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