Perfume Reviews

Reviews by rain///man

Total Reviews: 4

Drakkar Noir by Guy Laroche

This stuff used to be really potent back in the day, nothing close to the juice of today.
I'm pretty sure most of my ex-girlfriends smell of Drakkar this to this day, as does the back seat of my Toyota from that era.

Fragrance is still refreshing and masculine as it was back then.

Opinions may vary, mostly being that scent is tied so close to memory.

If this is what the jerk in a university jacket smelt like when he dunked your head in a toiled, or the whiff you got from your girlfriend some evenings and neither one of you wore Drakkar, you are probably going to hate it.

My memories were all good, as is this scent. Enjoy Gentlemen!
16th June, 2011

Tabac Original by Mäurer & Wirtz

Crisp, clean and Masculine. What men should smell like at the breakfast table.

EDIT: Review was for the EDC, EDT has a very coppery tone that does not smell anything like the EDC.
03rd June, 2011 (last edited: 12th June, 2011)

Azzaro pour Homme by Azzaro

Rain or shine, hot or cold, young or old. This is one scent that fits it all. Simply a marvellous fragrance that can be worn by absolutely anyone at anytime. Fresh, complex, Masculine and invigorating. Classic but never a hint of being dated, and will never be, just as relevant in these times as it was in the 70's.
25th May, 2011
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Vetiver by Guerlain

A very complex fragrance that is definitely not for everyone. Especially, not for the fresh water crowd.

It is intended for very mature individuals, and that does not mean maturity as in age, the two are mutually exclusive. To me, it is exuberant of confidence, someone who has their head screwed on right, could be anyone from 15 to 50.

Most people say they get Tobacco in the background, I get it almost as much as the vetiver it self, it adds a dense smoky and warm blend to the freshness of the Vetiver Just an incredible blend, at least on my skin.
16th March, 2011 (last edited: 18th May, 2011)