A fleeting citric opening that turns into a sweet woody note that is delightful.
The vanilla/honey combo may turn out too sweet for many, but honestly, it never becomes cloying. The wood note is mildly spicy and very pleasant. This is a very good fragrance that shows the high quality of the ingredients that went into it.
Of the three Molinard Homme fragrances, this is properly number 2, not as good as Molinard Homme I but a littlemore to my liking than Molinard Homme III (all three of very high ingredients quality indeed).
Longevity is just average while sillage is a tad over average.
It gets my thumbs up.
Powerful and unusual. I like it - it's good. It reminds me a little bit of Diesel Plus Plus.
Sweet yet very weak. A musky kind of sweet/ Almost doesn't even register even in the heat. I'd go with Body Kouros or something else even.
This seems to last well enough on me, but what lasts is a sweet, powdery bit of nothing interesting. I get a bit of mandarin at the opening, but no juniper or cedar. And quickly everything goes pretty much in the direction of baby powder. Not necessarily -cheap- baby powder, but still not particularly interesting.
Not very long lasting ,althiugh pleasant and sweet.I detct a hint of orange blossom.
To me it's a weaker version of Joop the original for men.
Dont think this is one of the best fragrances from Molinard.
I prefer Ambre and Habanita
A dispirited extra-sugar take on the Body Kouros theme. Pass.
If only the mandarin or the cedar were a bit more prominent, this could be an interesting, perhaps even outstanding cologne. As it is, the sum of the notes though not unpleasant initially (the juniper is very prominent on the top then disappears), dries down into something like cheap baby powder. Great I suppose if you like baby powder.