I really enjoy this one. A more crowd-pleasing version of DH or DHI, well, at least the crowd outside of Basenotes. More fresh and clean at the beginning and then sweet and woodsy in the drydown. Performance is above average as it seems to last for hours without choking the room. Should be versatile for day or night in cooler weather.
Tried this on yesterday for the first time,
Extremely pleasant and appealing..
Cant see why the negative/non positive reviews here, I would easily wear this as a signature cologne.
Cant really go wrong with anything from GA, apart from Code (not a big fan).
I tend to like this as its not powerful or soft, sits just about right, ingredients are perfectly balancing in harmony together to give a nice clean scent.
Halfway Paul Smith Man and Dior Homme, a sort of spicy-dusty “grey” iris-tonka fragrance loaded with synthetic amber nuances, a ton of cheap soapy musk (you’ll get it all on the drydown) and a hint of smoke. Clearly similar to Dior Homme – the kind of “similar” connecting a counterfeit PU leather replica of a Hermès Birkin bag to the original one. A strong will to be content with very little, a bit of imagination and really low pretenses can make the purchase worthy. The same here; Eau de Nuit smells heavily and almost annoyingly cheap and not exactly “inspired” from the point of view of the creativity... but well, it works somehow, especially since the prices seem quite low. It’s warm, slightly sweet, dark but gentle, a resemblance with the drydown of Body Kouros pops out on the drydown. *Indifferent shrug*.
In my opinion two new fragrances by GA in 2013 both are without innovator. first Eau Pour homme that is like old version and this one Eau de Nuit is so familiar for me.Not a bad quality a product,not a bad scent,very Nice and well-balanced composition. Soft, Charming,Cute,Wrm,Comfortable and Sweet.
Blending top notes of bergamot and pink pepper with a sensual and masculine heart of nutmeg,cardamom and iris. amber.cedar and tonka bean make up Eau de Nuit base.In fact it is calm and elegant with lovely notes in the base for a touch of warm sensuality.
This EDT is not overpowering cloying or heavy as some orientals can be and this is the best characterestic it for me so if you like orintals but find some of them to be overwhelming,check this one out. Suitable for cold weather.Perfect for Intimate occasions.Totally if you are starting to make a collection this may be a great choice.
Longevity?Good on my skin.
Delight in the iconic Armani bottle(rendered super cool by the inky glass), but don't expect much after the atomiser has been deployed.
It is in essence a more expensive and muscular version of Cavalli Black. They share the same monochromatic early and middle phases, and it's as bleak and featureless an olfactory landscape as you will find anywhere. It is dry, peppery, and slightly spicy, but it lacks nuance, creativity and is rather predictable.
The light at the end of a seemingly interminable tunnel is the endearing dry down. It may be familiar, but the sweet tonka and amber finish is surprisingly robust, and plays well against the pinched dryness of the cedar.
The final couple of hours almost compensate for the preceding dreariness, but not quite.
24th June, 2014 (last edited: 28th August, 2014)