Type: woody incense
Interlude Man is a woody incense fragrance. The opening and heart are a powerful whack of smokey incense that is extremely dry. It nearly clears the sinuses like horse radish.
There is very little development until the base is reached. The base is woods, musk, and touch of powder.
Strength, sillage, and longevity are quite remarkable in my opinion. Not worth $300+ though.
A balsamic smoky ambery sweet powdery fragrance with an amazing drydown.
At first sniff it was ok. it smelled unique and different.a little bit harsh from the oregano. then in the drydown the smell became so nice and appealing. sweet powdery smoky leathery ambery vanillic drydown. its perfect for the cold weather. less is more with interlude man as it is a beast.
Felt the need to review this as I have never smelled anything like it.
Had a tester, sprayed it, and though that it was the worst scent I have ever smelled. Couldn't put my finger on the smell, but thanks to a couple of other reviewers, I now know that it's turmeric.
It honesty smells like someone was walking along with a big bag of turmeric and tripped over onto a big bonfire.
I know it's subjective, but this is horrible. Get a tester first.
I get exactly the same Turmeric vibe from this as the reviewer CAKE-LOVE gets.
The opening is kind of sweet & i like it for the 1st hour after spraying. But after the 1st hour all i get is Turmeric.
This is the only fragrance that has made me to scrub off.
Fascinating - all I get from this is the exact same sensation I get from sticking my nose in a bag of turmeric.