There are 4 reviews of Potion Blue Cadet.
Aquatic "traces", fruity tart elements, woodsy resins, musk, tonka, ambergris, patchouli, cedarwood...namely an useless descented by many previous (and just slightly different) spicy/woody/musky/ozonic concoctions as Lanvin L'homme (and l'Homme Sport), Chrome Legend, Gentlemen Only, Zen for men and others, all rolling around the same banal olfactory concept. Go further.
Cons: Useless, common and synthetic "
Weak and cheap. You've heard it right, but the thing is - it's not the price that's cheap but it's a description of the fragrance itself. You know those drugstore frags such as St. Oliver, New Yorker, those cheap ones that smell nice? That's Potion Blue Cadet, albeit for a "nice" price to pay. Citrusy, barely woody and completely without character. It does last in fact but it's projection is low, actually there hardly is any. If it was any of the prior mentioned, you know, St. Oliver for instance or Bruno Banani, I would have said - FINE, really not bad - for the price, however Dsquared - this frag - that price - NOT FINE!
Cons: weak, unoriginal
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