Face it , it is quite rare, when fragrance upgrades your mood to higher definition. To the cool water defenders- flex your senses, make money.
If You look deeper into this fragrance and smell decent amount of other ones, it will appear single dimensional, constructed from a low quality parts and it is noticeable before i even get the "scent story" it self. That does not makes me want to be a snob, just makes me sad. Plus it is very nineties, which could of being awesome, but combined with the poor execution makes it miles short of being iconic or even classic. It is not exiting in any way, not well done at all, how ever i will always have the bottle of Burberry's, Burberry London, Burberry Classic or Burberry for Men, rename it how ever. Sentimental value! You see how scent is indeed very personal matter.
Synthetic mess. And that's on a good warm night, when the berries are pronounced. In colder weather exceptionally nasty vanilla dominates. I used to like it. But after trying some Serge Lutens's can't stand Opium anymore. Nice name do.
29th December, 2011 (last edited: 10th March, 2013)
To me it is ALL about divine Tar. Everything else, including the sharp green note and obvious chocolate/caramel is just a perfect entourage.
Pure passion in a bottle. Viva Mr. Manfred.
29th December, 2011 (last edited: 04th February, 2012)