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One of the few fragrances I get a good myrtle note with, with sage and patchouli giving is a green but creative note. The drydown with wood, moss and vetiver is very smartly blended and develops a bit of a leather note. It smells good and I always get heaps of compliments. This has been a staple of mine over the years, and although chosen much less these days, I always come back to it occasionally. Longevity about two hours. An icon in the history of fragrance that was the first serious opening up of the male EdT market beyond the old barbershop-based scents. Estee Lauder's first big success with men.
29th August, 2012