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It might not have the distinction or the high price-high quality ratio of a leather scent by Creed, Lutens, Trumper or Knize, but guess it's still good value for money for a postmodern all-rounder, with more experimental rather than old-school macho leathery style. Surprisingly enough, it's far less synthetic than most mass-market scents and has a discreet opening of edible notes, completed by a spicy drydown, reminding more of sweet woody notes rather than just the typical leather scent. And it' s in this very drydown, where this scent develops an edgy, partly soapy, partly exotic edge.
06 April, 2008 (Last Edited: 27 March, 2011)