Cool - let me know how you make out.
Hi nucker -- thanks! I've seen those at Mark's and wondered about them. I'll definitely check it out! Cheers,
Hi - I was reading one of your reviews and saw that you specialize in pine/woody frags. I'd encourage you to go to Mark's Work Wear and check out the Wind River colognes. The Woodland version is a powerful Polo-esque frag for a fraction of the price,
Another nice message! So wonderful, thanks ubu. Wavyface back to you!
Odysseusm!:wave: Very Happy Birthday wishes coming your way from the Great Lakes Midwest Region! May your year be filled with good health, wealth and much happiness.
Well, this is so nice!! Thanks Dimitri and lizzie j, I appreciate this very much, it is very thoughtful of you. Cheers!
Many congrats on your big day Odysseusm!
Happy Birthday and many happy returns to you!
I sufficiently appreciate your commentaries and tips.
Hi again, I tried Calvin this morning. I found more to appreciate in it. I don't know why I was so down on it. That review was more than a year ago, and I have learned a lot since then. I'll revise my review once the editing option is open again. I think the scent is similar to Polo Black, both have armoise which is a type of artemesia with tarragon/herbal/spicy character. I find that armoise gives a shimmering, silvery-cool tone. For a while I like it, then my nose gets tired of it. I think that Calvin is much, much better than Polo Black but I'm still not big on either of them.
Knize Two is a powerful scent, it has a similar character in that it is clean and somewhat cool-piercing. As I remember, that is due to violet leaves. I'm not a big fan of that tone either, but I like it once in a while.
So it is partly a question of personal taste.
But I do find more to appreciate in Calvin on this go-round.
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