Okay, the bottle looks interesting, and since it's an Antonio Banderas cologne, I decide to give it a try. I automatically get hyped up with the sweet and spicy smell. Then, the spiciness subsides, leaving me with an aroma reminiscent of a Hershey bar. I don't like smelling like chocolate, and this makes me both nauseous and let-down. Then, the chocolate smell absorbs into my skin, leaving me susceptible to bee stings. See, even the bees are let-down, and feel betrayed for having to smell something so sweet, alas, not a flower. If you want to squander $15 on a bottle of this, be my guest. Just don't expect the ladies to maul you. If anything, you'll smell like a woman.
Not bad. It's a clean, fresh smell with a hint of sweetness. The only downside is that it has to be applied liberally every hour, because it fades into nothingness.
I tried the cheap knock-off oil version about a year ago, and since I liked it so much, I decided to spend $40 on a bottle of it. The smell made me a little queasy at first with the overwhelming sweet, musky smell, but as soon as it absorbed into my skin, it actually smelled pretty nice. So, it's a good cologne, but only use it every two or three days MAXIMUM. And, use ONLY one spray, unless you want to forfeit all of your chances of a love-life.
Good Lordy!! If twenty old ladies put on different perfumes, it would be reminiscent to this stink juice. BLECH!
If you want to smell like cheap perfume and cat-pee, this is the fragrance for you. Otherwise, DANGER! DANGER WILL ROBINSON!!
My mother, bless her heart, chose to give this to my girlfriend for Christmas last year. The sickly-sweet fruit smell just about put me into a diabetic coma. It made my girlfriend smell like an adolescent brothel.