Criminally underrated. A splendid tonka based fragrance that garners unsolicited compliments second to none. Buy this with confidence and ignore the unwarranted criticism- you'll be glad you did.
This smells almost exactly the same as L'Homme by Yves Saint Laurent. If you own one, you won't need the other. The one difference is that the Chanel product has that distinct ozone, fresh air note. If you don't like that, then go with the L'Homme.
Both are very wonderful fragrances for the same reason. That being a comfy, sweet and warm fragrance that I generally classify as "yummy" (without being gourmand).
First of all, this is NOT A SPORT FRAGRANCE!
When I think of sport fragrances, I think of a fresh, cologny and energetic fragrance that that puts you in an active mode.
This is more of a lay back, smooth scent that has class written all over it.
A powdery and a little sweet scent that frankly didin't blew me away. it has a very strange semell that really didin't remind me of anything; almost like smelling a rubber or something like that.
Don't get me wrong, is a nice smell, and a lot of people seems to enjoy it, but it didin't do anything to me.
The best part of this scent to me, is the vanillish dry down that is very nice. but nothing growndbreaking.
I really like this. First spray it smells crisp, like a minty orange. 10-20 minutes later it deepens with a woodsy note. An hour or so later I get a very slight powdery citrus smell, with the woodsy base still intact. Very deep and well constructed.
Generic, redundant and bordering on the obnoxious.
A tonka bean overload ruins the otherwise little appeal.
Easily the worst masculine offering from Chanel.
Stick to the original Allure Homme Sport.