There are 10 reviews of La Nuit de L'Homme Le Parfum .
This frag is totally deeper, richer, denser and better made then it's Predecessor la nuit del homme EDT, for starters this scent is more concentrated and not partly synthetic Ethanol filled as it's predecessor but I did enjoy the predecessor till I met this one and saw how much better made Le parfum is. The start is spicy but not and offensive spicy but very attractive and enchanting, felt very mysterious and confident as it reaches middle notes it gets woodier in a great way with vanilla in top and that spicy fella in the background and that fruitiness is so discreet in there: it's enchanting to have him over and an invitee mr fruity that is .. nevertheless it is a different take from La nuit delhomme Edt but more refine in all facets. Yes projection and longevity is a bit lacking but problem can be solved with travel atomizer, well worth a FBW in my honest regards towards this scent.????
Pros: Spiciness, fruity vanilla,slight woodiness with a touch of mystery.
Cons: Longevity issues but Pocket atomizer can solve issue."
It's been a while since I tried it, years in fact, but I remember clearly. So, you want a more refined version of La Nuit, fine - there you have it. But it's also more intimate so if you're a party/clubbing animal or dating a lot - EDP won't cut it. EDT simply projects way more and that's that - I know because when I wear it (EDT), I reek of it and I don't even put too much. So, when to wear EDP you wonder? In the office simply to enjoy the scent without suffocating others with it, at home in privacy or if you have a close quarters/dinner at home date in your place or the place of that other person. In such conditions EDP will be ideal whilst EDT will be too brash, too loud, too "look at me", or even too "hair spray"like (I know, naughty) - in other words for the streets, for the clubs. All in all I think there'll be or already are people who appreciate the EDP version, however it's been a while and I'm noticing very few reviews and I do know that La Nuit EDT is still more or less a hype. With that I also notice that on the forums the EDP is seldom mentioned, if mentioned at all. I will agree that there's nothing spectacular about the EDP version, however I do think it is a very nice, refined, intimate scent that should not be so much under the radar.
Pros: deeper, more refined
Cons: less projection"
This is very similar to tom ford noir but a lighter version...very baby powdery and does not last very long.