I suppose the juice has been "tweaked" a bit but it still has amazing sillage; that it, you will leave a trail of it. It also still has that amazing drydown.
I have to say I receive a lot of compliment on it. It's more grown up than most of the newer things but not an old-man smell.
I hope this helps, and by the way- I think your English is fine.
I've noticed you're an enthusiast of Giorgio by Giorgio Beverly Hills.
Could you please kindly tell me if the re-launched fragrance is still as strong as it was back in the 1990s when I used to wear it? I recall it would leave a gorgeous trail and I got many compliments on it.
Would you say it works the same today? Is it true that the formula was altered?
I'm also considering an A*Men purchase but something tells me Giorgio holds on for much longer. Let alone, I think its formula is more original than that of A*Men.
I'm curious to read your opinion.
Do pardon my strangled English. I work as a translator but, busy as I've been, I don't get many opportunities to actually TALK to people.
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