Wonderful in the winter with many warm notes -- amber, vanilla, booze. Great sillage but not cloying and lasts a good eight hours. Full bottle worthy and one that I will repurchase.
Not as strong a leather note in this for me as I would like. The composition is overpowered by notes that remain fruity-floral and cherry candy in the drydown.
I'll stick with Daim Blond and on to Chanel Cuir de Russie
This is true chocolate with out being sickeningly sweet or artificial smelling.
Like sniffing a steaming mug of hot chocolate on a cold winter's night. Would be great for evenings out, curling up with someone special, or during the holidays.
This is like a watered down Piper Nigrum on my skin. I get mostly pepper and something a little sweet underneath. None of the other notes surface. Lasting power
also seems poor given what seems from the description to be an intense pyramid of essences.
Saw this in T.J. Max today and sampled it.
The opening was just like Rochas Man for me. It dried down to a sweeter but fainter version of Bvlgari Black -- with similiar hints of black tea smokiness. Not bad but not very original. Done better in other fragrances.